• Stained Glass Window

    Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959 (designer), Giannini & Hilgart (manufacturer)

    A casement, or hinged, window made mostly of clear glass with a geometric border of lines and rectangles made of opaque and gold mirrored glass. Set in an oak frame. RELATED: 1985.423b Window by Frank…

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  • Door light from the office of Adler & Sullivan Architects

    Sullivan, Louis H., 1856-1924 (designer), Western Sandblast Mfg. Co. (manufacturer)

    Rectangular window from a door light made of clear glass, decorated with geometric and floral patterns created with opaque, sandblasted sections. Large semi-circle in middle contains text, Adler & Sul…

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  • Stained Glass Window

    Maher, George Washington, 1864-1926 (designer)

    Window of clear, leaded glass with a central, stylized poppy made of blue and white opalescent glass; a smaller, unopened poppy is on either side. Poppies are framed by a border of clear and lavender…

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  • Stained glass lunette depicting Star of David

    Stained Glass. Yellow Star of David is in the center of the window. Light beams of transparent, painted yellow glass radiate from the star. Background is blue painted glass. Border is two thick strips…

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  • Elevator screen ornament medallion

    Sullivan, Louis H., 1856-1924 (designer), Winslow Brothers Company (manufacturer)

    Flat circular ornament medallion made of copper-plated cast iron. Circle is made of four quarter-sections with lacy pattern of arcs and fern shapes.

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  • Stained Glass Window

    Maher, George Washington, 1864-1926 (designer), Millet, Louis J. (designer)

    Lunette (semi-circular) stained glass window in wooden frame. Features large thistle plant in green glass within a large blue diamond. The background is formed of of blue and green marbled glass and i…

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