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Window

Building Name: Pilgrim Congregational Church

Artist Name: Edith Hazzard Wright

City: Lansing

Window Shape: 2 (rectangle)

Date of Window: 1976

Subject/Title of Window: Plymouth

Brief Description of Subject: Pilgrims Settling At Plymouth Plantation
Figures in the Window.
Pilgrim Husband: Sowing Seed
Pilgrim Wife: Wife at Spinning Wheel

Four Corners of Window: Flowers and Food.
Upper left: Fringed Gentian, Wild flower of Eastern U.S.
Lower left: Sunflower, Symbol of God
Upper right: Squash Blossoms, Developed into Food for Pilgrims
Lower right: Lobelia, Wild flower in Eastern U.S., “Indian Tobacco”

Condition of Window: Good

Height: 45"

Width: 37"

Type of Glass and Technique: Antique or Cathedral Glass

Plymouth
Plymouth

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