(2441W) Supper at Emmaus

Supper at Emmaus
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Date: 11/29/1949
Size: 0″H x 0″W
Medium: leaded-glass
Type: window
Published: Ward, Mary Sam. Our Spiritual Heritage. Newport, Del: Women of St. James, 1955: 19.
caption: Mr. Frank Schoonover designed the stained-glass window from Mr. Boyer’s idea of “Supper at Emmaus” taken from the 24th chapter of St. Luke.
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Comments: TP 6/07: index
See #2441s and #2441 for the cartoons Schoonover created for this window.
Commentary: This window, given by the parishoners of the parish in memory of deceased relatives, was constructed and installed in St. James Church by Willet Studios of Philadelphia on November 21, 1949.
Provenance: St. James Episcopal Church, Newport, Delaware (November 29, 1949)

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