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Building Name: St. John's Episcopal Church

City: Clinton

Window Shape: 3 (arched)

Subject/Title of Window: Clark Ornamental

Brief Description of Subject: Double hung window-multicolored glass with Celtic Cross in top panel.  The cross is pale blue with a peach circle and centered with a gold glass jewel and matchese the cross in the opposite window R4.

I feel that the Celtic Cross which appears in all 10 large windows was not a random choice of a traditional design but rather a planned tribute to the Rev. William N. Lyster, founder of St. John's, who was an Irish Anglican priest.

Inscriptions: Metal plate on frame bottom
John S. Clark and Louesa M. Clark

Condition of Window: Fair

Height: 107"

Width: 24"

Type of Glass and Technique: Opalescent Glass, Antique or Cathedral Glass, Lead Came, Jewels or Cast Glass

Clark Ornamental
Clark Ornamental

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