St. Luke's Episcopal Baltimore The windows were created by a number of English artists and studios including William Butterfield, Alexander, Walter Gibbs and Sons, and NHJ Westlake of Lavers, Barraud and Westlake. The windows were mostly created before the American Civil War and shipped from England just as the war began. The church elders felt that it was better for the windows to remain in crates in a warehouse during the war, so the windows were not installed until after the war ended.

St. Luke's Episcopal Baltimore The windows were created by a number of English artists and studios including William Butterfield, Alexander, Walter Gibbs and Sons, and NHJ Westlake of Lavers, Barraud and Westlake. The windows were mostly created before the American Civil War and shipped from England just as the war began. The church elders felt that it was better for the windows to remain in crates in a warehouse during the war, so the windows were not installed until after the war ended.

St. Luke's Episcopal Baltimore The windows were created by a number of English artists and studios including William Butterfield, Alexander, Walter Gibbs and Sons, and NHJ Westlake of Lavers, Barraud and Westlake. The windows were mostly created before the American Civil War and shipped from England just as the war began. The church elders felt that it was better for the windows to remain in crates in a warehouse during the war, so the windows were not installed until after the war ended.

St. Luke's Episcopal Baltimore The windows were created by a number of English artists and studios including William Butterfield, Alexander, Walter Gibbs and Sons, and NHJ Westlake of Lavers, Barraud and Westlake. The windows were mostly created before the American Civil War and shipped from England just as the war began. The church elders felt that it was better for the windows to remain in crates in a warehouse during the war, so the windows were not installed until after the war ended.

feed the hungry - Alexander Gibbs | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

feed the hungry - Alexander Gibbs | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The stained glass windows in the Egyptian Hall were designed by Alexander Gibbs and were installed in 1868. Mansion House, residence of the Lord Mayor of the City of London

The stained glass windows in the Egyptian Hall were designed by Alexander Gibbs and were installed in Mansion House, residence of the Lord Mayor of the City of London

Gibbs stained glass -Alexander Gibbs was the name of a British firm of several generations of the Gibbs family, who commenced business in 1813 and in 1848 began producing stained glass windows.[

Gibbs stained glass -Alexander Gibbs was the name of a British firm of several generations of the Gibbs family, who commenced business in 1813 and in 1848 began producing stained glass windows.

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