Tiffany Memorial Windows: How They Unified a Region and a Nation through Women's Associations from the North and South at the Turn of the Twentieth Century Open Access
Through the analysis of memorial stained glass windows commissioned by women's associations established after the Civil War from Louis Comfort Tiffany's Tiffany Studios, a new avenue of scholarship will be created that reflects a deeper understanding of the material culture in which they were made. A specific study of the windows within Old Blandford Church in Petersburg, Virginia and the triptych in the Assembly Hall of the National American Red Cross Building will be conducted in regards to the unification of a region and a nation that they portray.
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