My problem is with the role of "Connecticut" in its name. So I am right that "Connecticut" is simply referring to the place where this group originated in.The sole purpose of the association was to raise money for this sculpture. The sculpture was a momento of the admission of women to Yale.
No. The name has very little meaning. A person reading the name has no idea what "Keepsake" means here, or why there would be a huge (giant, collosal, gigantic, immense) "keepsake". I would never read "keepsake" and think it means "memorial"."Colossal Keepsake Corporation of Connecticut" is the name of a group composed of architecture students and faculty members of Yale university dating back to 70's. Does the name of this group mean "a memorial corporation located in Connecticut"?