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Museum of Overbeck Art Pottery (United States)

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Museum of Overbeck Art Pottery – United States

Overbeck Pottery, produced between 1911 and 1955, is recognized as an important part of our national art history. The museum preserves the creative art of the six Overbeck sisters who lived and worked in Cambridge City, Indiana. - Hosed in the restored Overbeck home.

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Address: 520 East Church Street, Cambridge City, IN, 47327

State: Indiana

Phone 1: 765-478-5993

Official site: http://www.waynet.org/nonprofit/overbeck.htm

Main theme(s): folk art, art, ceramics

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Museum of Overbeck Art Pottery – United States

Overbeck Pottery, produced between 1911 and 1955, is recognized as an important part of our national art history. The museum preserves the creative art of the six Overbeck sisters who lived and worked in Cambridge City, Indiana. - Hosed in the restored Overbeck home.

Museum of Overbeck Art Pottery – United States

Overbeck Pottery, produced between 1911 and 1955, is recognized as an important part of our national art history. The museum preserves the creative art of the six Overbeck sisters who lived and worked in Cambridge City, Indiana. - Hosed in the restored Overbeck home.

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