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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Stones forming part of corners or angles in walls, especially when lying at the foundation of a principal angle. These may also incorporate the date of or inscription about the structure's construction. Source: AAT. Not in LCNAF, 12/7/2009

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Box 32: Copper Cornerstone Box

 File — Box M192.0032: [Barcode: U186023290446]
Identifier: M192.0032

Box contains one (1) copper box specifically built to hold the cornerstone for the Margery Reed Building in Colorado Springs. As of 2019 this building has been razed.

Dates: Other: 1900-2014

Cornerstone, 1919

 Series — Object B212.00001: Series B212.00001 [Barcode: U186023259000]
Identifier: B212.00001

Granite cornerstone Oheb Zadek Congregation engraved with "Organized 1909 Oheb Zadek Congregation Erected 1919."

Dates: 1919

Oheb Zedek Congregation Cornerstone

Identifier: B212

Oheb Zadek congregation was founded by a group which broke away from the Beth HaMedrosh Hagadol Congregation (BMH)in 1910. During 1920's it had become the second largest congregation in Denver. The congregation met in various local halls until 1919, when it built a brick structure at 22nd and Marion. The cornerstone is from the "Marion Street Shul." By the 1940s the splinter congregation had returned to BMH and building was sold because of financial problems.

Dates: Other: 1919