Religion: McCormick Window

The great east window of Chicago's Fourth Presbyterian Church has long needed proper furbishing in stained glass. Last week that glass was ready in the Boston studio of Designer Charles J. Connick, who made the east window of Princeton University's Chapel.

There is very little choice for church window themes. In the Fourth Presbyterian's case the near copying of Princeton's east window had the necessity of sentiment. The Chicago window is "in loving memory of Nettie Fowler McCormick, 1835-1923," wife of Cyrus Hall McCormick (1809-84), inventor of the reaping machine, and mother of Cyrus...

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