Windows

60Nine windows made by Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company and Tiffany Studios span the years 1892-1918 and illustrate a diversity of motifs and glassmaking techniques offered by Louis Comfort Tiffany's firms.  Other important works of stained glass include two windows designed by Edward Burne-Jones for Morris & Co.; one by Louis J. Millet, a renowned Chicago designer; one by McCully & Miles of Chicago; and six windows designed by William Fair Kline and made by Calvert & Kimberly for the Church Glass & Decorating Company of New York.  In addition, a light screen and numerous ornamental windows designed by Howard Van Doren Shaw were manufactured by Giannini & Hilgart of Chicago.

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*All photos by Martin Cheung unless otherwise noted
*Interior sanctuary photo by James Caulfield