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Cranbrook

Cranbrook. The Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI, was founded in the 1920s under the influence of the Arts-and-Crafts movement. Buildings for its campus were designed by the Saarinens. Its importance lies in its promotion of modern design, many practitioners having been associated with it over the years.

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Gaidos (ed.) (1972)

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Cranbrook

Cranbrook, city (1991 pop. 16,447), SE British Columbia, Canada. It is a lumbering, tourism, and lead-zinc mining center.

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