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Location:

  • 102 Superior, Cleveland, Ohio.

Timeline:

  • ?-1898-1901-?

History:

Stained Glass:

  • Central Congregational Church, Galesburg, Illinois
    • Galesburg, Knox County Scenic Drive: "Built in 1898 of Michigan red sandstone in the Richardson Romanesque style, Central Congregational Church, located one block north of Standish Park, was placed on the National Register on Sept. 30, 1976. The church covers nearly a quarter of the block and its bell tower rises to 137 feet. It has 75 stained glass windows ranging in size from 3 square feet to 1,080 square feet, made by the Luminous Prism Co. of Chicago. The largest window has three sections and fills the north wall of the auditorium."
    • The Construction of Central Congregational Church
  • St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Rome, GA
    • The Guardian Angel Window / Located in the Church / Given in 1898 by Mr. W. A. Knowles, in memory of Mrs. May H. Knowles / Made by Luminous Prism Co., Chicago, IL at a cost of $225 / Twice partially destroyed by storms / Present window made entirely new in 1910
    • The Perkins Window / Located in the Church / Given in 1898 by Mrs. John N. Perkins family / Made by Luminous Prism Co., Chicago, IL at a cost of $52 / Inscriptions on windows - John N. Perkins & Mary E. Perkins
    • The Resurrection Window / Located in the Church / Given in 1898 by the congregation and others in memory of Rev. W. C. Williams, D.D. / Made by Luminous Prism Co., Chicago, IL at a cost of $52
    • The Underwood Window / Located in the Church / Given in 1899 by Mrs. M. A. Nevin and sisters / Made by Luminous Prism Co., Chicago, IL at a cost of $65 / Inscriptions on windows - John W. H. Underwood, Mary W. Underwood, William H. Underwood
    • Windows by Geo. E. Androvette:
    • Other windows are mostly by:
      • Lyn Hovey Studio, Inc., Boston, MA; also Quaker City Stained Glass Co., Philadelphia, PA, Empire Art Glass Co., Atlanta, GA, H. M. Hooker Co., Chicago, IL, Agnew Myers Studio, Menlo, Georgia, Otto Jungk

Paper:

  • None.

Gallery:

  • None.