WindowBuilding Name: St. Thomas Lutheran Church
City: Ann Arbor
Window Shape: 4 (rounded or rose window)
Subject/Title of Window: Non-pictorial
Brief Description of Subject: The window was probably constructed about 1890. The window was donated by St. Thomas, a Presbyterian Church in Saline around 1920, the bottom clear-glass piece was a replacement hand-painted by Mrs. Kreuger in about 1975, the red pieces in the window are Ruby Glass that is now obsolete.
Inscriptions: St. Thomas Church, Est. 1842. This window restored in 2005 in Loving Memory of Dorothy Egeler.
Height: 56" diameter
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