On April 5, 2016, H-Net Council voted to de-commission H-Stained-Glass. The network was abandoned by its editor and ensuing efforts to revive it have not panned out. H-Net will continue to make its capability to create and host rich content available to the field of Stained Glass Studies and will be open to working with folks interested in reviving this network. 

Feel free to contact me with any questions about this decommissioning.


All the best,

Patrick Cox

H-Net Vice-President for Networks


Recent Content

World Cup on H-Net

We are happy to introduce the Commons Crossroads, a new kind of network for content delivered from all H-Net Networks around a single topic, representing the intersection of scholarship and thinking from across our many fields. Our first multi-network topic: The World Cup!

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.

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