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CityLincolnStateNE

Historical NameTemple of Congregation B'nai Jeshurun

Year Built1924
Building TypeSynagogue

Address20th and South Streets

Current NameSouth St. Temple

Name of Builder 1Davis & WilsonCompany

Name of Builder 2

Name of Builder 3

ListingNRHP, 6/25/82

State Historic Landmark, 5/13/82

DescriptionDesigned and colored in the favored Byzantine/Moorish style. Although altered it is in

excellent condition, and remains on the original site.

Style

BibliographyRaglin, Jim. (1978). "Jews Found a Home, Better Life, in Lincoln," Sunday Hournal-Star;

May 21, 1978. [South Street Temple]

SignificanceAn excellent example of early 20th century eclectic architecture.

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