From: oral interview with Ladies Aid - Helen Kopp, Rose Hunter, Irma Schaper, and Emma Johnston on October 21, 1980. "In 1915, St. Luke's moved from the original building to the new one on Maple Street. Anna, Anna Schimpff, and I (not identified) were visiting Mary Lyon and saw them tearing down the old building. We walked over and in the yard, Mrs. Stiles, who owned the corner property, had the keystone on the ground with a flower, an urn on it. Anna and I saw it and thought we should rescue that and so we called, I think it was... Bob Eby or someone on the council, Bob and Carl Kurtzman, and... Clutch Kluski called the men, the rehab people who were taking care of that, asking if we could have it and they said they would be glad for us to come and get it and they were even so nice as to, I think they furnished conveyance or something for us to bring it up to St. Luke's and put it in front of the building, and that's what they did, and we still have the keystone in front of the building."