A year ago I was given this image. This is the huge third-floor room of the Cross House, when it was used by a fraternity. What captured my special attention was the window, because it no longer had squares. And I had not heretofore known it ever had squares. Today though, after a very long absence…
…the window is squared again!!!!!!!!
This is how the high gable window looked for a very long time.
And this is how it looks today!
Oh, and I don’t think I have shown an image yet with both of the restored diamond-paned pantry windows shown together.
It is hard capturing the restored windows in an image but as one walks around the property they are highly evident, glittering in the light.