A lovely, antique, late 19th century, tall leaded and stained glass window with neoclassical decoration with textured, leaded and stained glass panes.
Possibly by Tidden & Arnold (later Arnold & Locke Studio) (Brooklyn, NY, 1880-93)
Brooklyn Hall of Records (Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY, 1885-87, demolished 1961). Architect: William A. Mundell (American, 1844-1903).
Width 35.75 Depth 2 Height 100 in.
Note: some cracks.
Two-Part American Brooklyn Hall of Records Leaded and Stained Glass Window
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