Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window
Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window
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Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window

DETAILS
An antique, tall leaded and stained glass window with neoclassical decoration with textured, leaded and stained glass panes from the historic Brooklyn Hall of Records.
MAKER
Possibly by Tidden & Arnold (later Arnold & Locke Studio) (Brooklyn, NY, 1880-93)
PROVENANCE
Brooklyn Hall of Records (Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY, 1885-87, demolished 1961) |  Architect: William A. Mundell (American, 1844-1903)
PERIOD
Late 19th century
DATE
Circa 1885
DIMENSIONS
Width 35.75 Depth 2 Height 100 inches
CONDITION
Note: some cracks.
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