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Temple Concord Synagogue, Binghamton

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9 Riverside Drive, Binghamton, NY 13905

Website: http://www.templeconcord.com/

Date of Construction: 1850-1899

Style: Romanesque Revival

Architect / Builder: Vosburg, C. Edward


This is a one floor synagogue connected to Jonas M. Kilmer mansion. Kilmer was a member of Binghamton’s business community whose patent medicine industry included the famed cure-all called Swamp Root. Tours of synagogue and mansion during open house.

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