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Our Lady of Grace, Dearborn Heights, Michigan

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Building Name: First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth

Studio Name: Willet Hauser Architectural Glass

City: Plymouth

Window Shape: 6 (gothic arched, over 2 vertical sections)

Date of Window: 1937

Subject/Title of Window: Life of Christ - Three Scenes

Brief Description of Subject: Description of Window. Window consists of an overall Gothic arch which divides into 2 gothic arches which each divide into 2 panels. The left panel is the"Nativity". Joseph with flowering staff symbolizing he was chosen by God. Mary is holding Christ Child above manger. Above panel is a star shining its light down. Middle 2 panels is "Christ and the Children" as told in Matt 19 :13 -15. Right panel scene took place at the Last Supper. It is Luke 22: 17 -18. "Then he took a cup, and when he had given thanks, he gave it to them saying, 'Drink from this, all of you, for I tell you that I will not drink of the fruit of the vine from now on until the kingdom of God comes'."  Over the right panels is a descending dove which symbolizes the Holy Spirit. At very top of window is alpha and omega -- letters at the beginning and end of the Greek alphabet. From Rev 1:8 "I am the Alpha and the Omega", says the Lord, "who is, and was, and who is to come, the Almighty."

Inscriptions: In Memory Of My Forbears Ira Marshall Hough And Adeline Kingsley Hough Early Pioneers (1825) And Devout Members Of This Church
Edward C. Hough

Height: 124"

Width: 84"

Life of Christ - Three scenes
Life of Christ - Three scenes
Life of Christ - Three scenes close-up
Life of Christ - Three scenes close-up
Life of Christ - Three scenes canopy
Life of Christ - Three scenes canopy
Life of Christ - Three scenes tracery
Life of Christ - Three scenes tracery

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