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Woodbury Universalist Church, Hornell, New York

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Site Id: 3.55.4
Rating: Nothing
Address: Corner of Church Street and Genesee Street
Location: Hornell, New York 14843, USA
Lat/Lng: 42.32856, -77.65881
Tiffany 1910: Page 26
Duncan 1980: Page 205
Tiffany 1897: Not listed
Tiffany 1893: Not listed
Tiffany 1886: Not listed
Tiffany/Duncan comment: Tiffany 1910 lists the site under Hornellsville, which contains Hornell [TIFF1910, DUNC1980]
Completeness: High
Building status: No more
Building date: 1905 [HET1905F]
Also of interest:

Site Items Stephens' Crossing Disaster Memorial Window: Angel of Peace and Mercy (1905) (Removed)


Glossary (of terms) and References (as found in square brackets [...])

Status: Removed [SC2014, ORG_NEW]
Confidence: High
Memorial name: Stephens' Crossing Disaster Memorial Window (Greenhow Memorial Window)
Theme: Angel(s) of Peace and Mercy [TIFF1910, DUNC1980]
Tiffany 1910: Page 26
Duncan 1980: Page 205
Tiffany 1897: Not listed
Other documentation: [ET1905B, HET1905B, HET1905D, HET1905E]
Record type: Window
Designer: Frederick Wilson [HET1905D]
Memorial details: Mrs. Eugene Shaw, Mrs. John Coats, Mrs. Fred Broughton, Mrs. Fred L. Green, Mrs. Jane Graves, Mrs. Mary Gillett, Mrs. Joseph A. Hallett, Mrs. Ruth Patchen, Mrs. Elbert J. Moore, Mrs. Charles L. Thomas [ET1905A]
Donor: public subscription, organised by Hornellsville Evening Tribune [HET1905A]
Date: Installed Jul 1905 [HET1905C, HET1905D]
Size: side panels 83" high x 25.375" wide, middle panel 85.75" high x 38.75" wide [ORG_NEW]
Lancets: 3 [PHOTO, HET1905D]
Inscription: In Memory of Ten Faithful // Workers of this Church whose names appear // on the tablet in the entry [PHOTO, HET1905D]
Category: Angel of Peace; Angel of Mercy
Location: middle of the eastern side of the auditorium [HET1905D]
Cost: $645 (including tablet) [ET1905B, HET1905B, HET1905E]
History: Removed from church by 1987 [SC2014]
Purchased by Driehaus Collection at Great Gatsby's, Atlanta, GA, in 1996 [ORG_NEW]
Installed in Driehaus Collection on Navy Pier, Chicago, IL (SITE:13.1.27) in 2001 [ORG_NEW]
Tiffany/Duncan comment: Tiffany 1910 calls this the Greenbough Memorial Window but it should have said the Greenhow Memorial Window, because W.H. Greenhow, the publisher of the Hornellsville Evening Tribune, organised the window with the Tiffany company [TIFF1910, DUNC1980, DEDUCED]
Comment: Window commemorates death of ten women whose sleigh was hit by a train on 1 Feb 1905 [ET1905A]
Window sold for $11111 at Southern Tier Antiquities in Oct 1987 [SC2014]
Same as item:


DEDUCED: Deduced from other information
DUNC1980: Tiffany Windows, Alastair Duncan (1980)
ET1905A: Elmira Telegram (5 Feb 1905, p. 1-2)
ET1905B: Elmira Telegram (7 May 1905, p. 2)
HET1905A: Hornellsville Evening Tribune (3 Feb 1905, p. 1)
HET1905B: Hornellsville Evening Tribune (4 May 1905, p. 5)
HET1905C: Hornellsville Evening Tribune (1 Jul 1905, p. 3)
HET1905D: Hornellsville Evening Tribune (7 Jul 1905, p. 8)
HET1905E: Hornellsville Evening Tribune (26 Jul 1905, p. 5)
HET1905F: Hornellsville Evening Tribune (14 Jan 1905, p. 8)
ORG_NEW: Organization that is new owner
PHOTO: Photo of item
SC2014: Steve Cotton, personal communication (4 Aug 2014)
TIFF1886: Announcement in American Architect and Building News, Tiffany Glass Company (1886)
TIFF1893: Chicago Exposition booklet, Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company (1893)
TIFF1897: A List of Windows: And Extracts from Letters & Newspapers, Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company (1897)
TIFF1910: A Partial List of Tiffany Windows, Tiffany Studios (1910)

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