Congregation Poale Zedeck, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member sherpes
N 40° 25.920 W 079° 55.074
17T E 591783 N 4476268
Inside a synagoge in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh
Waymark Code: WM7J2G
Location: Pennsylvania, United States
Date Posted: 10/30/2009
Published By:Groundspeak Regular Member GT.US
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Bronze plaque located next to an emergency exit in a ground floor alley. The alley can be accessed from a door in the front of the building, on the right side, at street level.

The memorial is dedicated to Daniel Coltin, who perished in November 16, 1944, and the memorial was placed by his parents.

"Daniel Coltin Memorial
Died in Service World War II - Nov. 16 1944
Erected by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Louis Coltin"

The synagoge is located in a old urban residential neighborhood in the city of Pittsburgh

The memorial is indoors, and the public is allowed to enter.

Property Permission: Private

Access instructions: open the door at ground level on the right end of the front facade, and 20 feet forward, the memorial can be seen

Access times: From: 10:00 AM To: 3:00 PM

Website for Waymark: [Web Link]

Location of waymark:
6318 Phillips Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA USA

Commemoration: those that perished and served in WW II

Date of Dedication: Not listed

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