The Cross House

More Colorful Windows

The library in the Cross House has three stained-glass transom windows. The image is from 2014 when the room was being restored.


The large panel was in particularly poor condition. When the carriage house was a boys home, the boys threw rocks at the window. And many other windows. Duct tape is covering the holes.


But the panel has been reborn!


As have the two side windows! This work is part of the Heritage Trust grant.Thank you!






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