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H-Stained-Glass is a moderated network whose purpose is to provide a world-wide exchange of information for individuals engaged in historic research, documentation, creation, restoration and preservation of architectural stained glass.

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Missing Tiffany window?

I am seeking information on the current location of a Tiffany window, Angels of Peace and Mercy, formerly in the Hornellsville Universalist Church (in New York State)

The window was installed shortly after 1905, to commemorate a sleigh/train accident which involved 8 church members, and measured approximately 8’ x 7 ½ ‘.  In October or November 1987, it was sold by a small auction house in the southern tier of New York.  The auction house, although still in existence, has no record of who purchased the window.

Our library is fortunate to have slides of the window, but we have no more information, and a local historian is pursuing the topic.

Gail P. Bardhan

Reference and Research Librarian

Rakow Library

The Corning Museum of Glass

Blog: Step-by-Step photos of cleaning Attingham Park dome

This blog does a nice job of showing the process of removing, cleaning, and re-installing the stained glass panels over the Nash staircase in the dome of Attingham Park mansion in Shropshire, England.



Vicki Ingham, Des Moines

Church windows in Hollister, California

A blog, Take 25 to Hollister, has photos of windows in several churches in or near town, two of which seem to have ordered the same window of Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane--from the same company, that is.

The one at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church outside Hollister is a single window:


And the one at the United Methodist Church in Hollister is part of a large window:

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