Some time ago, we chronicled the first Tibetan temple in America: the so called Bendix Temple, built in China, in 1930 for Chicago's Century of Progress.
Now, we have new information about this unusual temple. It seems that it has left our shores, and traveled to Sweden, where they hope to erect it near Stockholm. The man behind this is Max Woeler, and there is a site detailing his efforts.
I am so very pleased that this temple, which languished in storage at Oberlin College for 50 years, and Sweden for 20 years, will now see its 20,000 pieces reassembled. According to the Woeler site, noted above, it has now been largely restored. You know, when you read the story, you are left with the unmistakable impression that Oberlin really screwed this up.
See also here for more information.