Art: Saint's Saints

A worldly, 18th Century Episcopalian named George Washington first conceived the idea of a great cathedral in the U. S. capital. Late in the materialistic 19th Century The Cathedral Church of Saints Peter & Paul was begun on Washington's Mount St. Alban. Last week a stanch Presbyterian displayed two stained glass windows, designed for the National Cathedral, and executed with the simple, wholehearted reverence of the Gothic 13th Century. Already the author of 13 National Cathedral windows, Lawrence Bradford Saint made his— latest pair to flank the stairway to the crypt in the...

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