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Thursday, May 17, 2012

May-June 2012 Michigan Stained Glass Census features Detroit building and windows

The David Whitney House and The Whitney Restaurant, photo courtesy of Heather O'Hara.
The David Whitney House and The Whitney Restaurant

Windows, some by Louis Comfort Tiffany, are part of the The David Whitney House and The Whitney Restaurant in Detroit. The building and windows were photographed and registered in the Michigan Stained Glass Census by MSGC volunteer Heather O'Hara of Detroit, MI. The Window of the Month feature was written by MSU undergraduate Elizabeth Schreiner, Michigan Stained Glass Census, May, 2012 as part of an independent study class.

Go here to read the history and descriptions of the building and windows and to see images and details.