WindowBuilding Name: Scott Club of South Haven
Studio Name: Tyrolese Art Glass Company
City: South Haven
Window Shape: 3 (arched)
Date of Window: 1893
Subject/Title of Window: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Brief Description of Subject: A cherub is in the upper semicircle- a decorative frame surrounds Longfellow. In the lower portion an eagle stands with wings spread over swords crossed over a flag. Behind the eagle are weapons of the Indian: tomahawk bow, arrow,etc. At base the names given in the inscription follow.
Inscriptions: Liberty-in God we Trust, Literary, and Antiquarian Societies
Presented by Prudence Dykman Hale, Charles J. Monroe, W.C.Ranso, R.T. Pierce, George D. Carnes, George H. Mayhan, George L. Seaver, Joseph Lannin, A. Voorhees, O.A. Dean, H.M. Avery, W.H. Hurlbut, A.S. Dykman
Condition of Window: Good
Type of Glass and Technique: Antique or Cathedral Glass, Lead Came, Jewels or Cast Glass
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