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This information is provided by the Census of Stained Glass Windows in America.
While we believe the data to be reasonably correct,
neither PAB nor the Census takes any responsibility for its accuracy.

Window Information

Building: Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church

Researcher: Walton, K.
Survey Date: 02/15/1993
Photo: Yes

Window Shape: 6 /
Number of Lights: 5
Tracery: Yes
Height: 17 ft. 6 in.
Width: 16 ft. 0 in.

Window Date: 1966 to 1974 (documented)
Studio: Willet Stained Glass Studios (documented)
Signature: none seen
Subject: New Testament / Ascension and Resurrection

Inscription:
STEPHEN/CORNELIUS//
THANKS BE TO GOD WHICH/GIVETH THE VICTORY THROUGH OUR LORD JESUS/CHRIST MALACHI/THIS JESUS HATH GOD RAISED UP/LORD/WHAT/ WILT/THOU/HAVE ME/DO/TO THE UNKNOWN GOD

Descriptive Features:

       Opalescent: No        Drapery: No        Vitreous Paint: Yes
       Antique: Yes        Mach. Textured: No        Silver Stain: Yes
       Plating: No        Jewels: No        Enamels: No
       Slab: No        Lead Came: Yes        Acid Etching: Yes
       Flashed: Yes        Copper Foil: No        Other:

Donor: Mr. & Mrs. Andrew M. E. Dunlap
Memorial to: Miss Helen J. Dunlap and Miss Sophie R. Dunlap
Age: Unknown
Gender: Female

Bibliography/Comments:
Willet files; Designer, Marguerite Gaudin. Also, church archives and publication, "Worship the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness". Note: originally, L102 and R102 were parts of the "Glory Window" on the south facade; remade for this location 1966-74.   

 

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