|Object Name||Windowpane, Leaded|
|Description||Stained glass window, half-moon shaped, with six glass bands of color; bottom center semicircle of pink, petal shaped band of green, band of pink, band of blue, band of brown, band of yellow; wood frame; probably topped larger window or a door.|
|Provenance||According to the OCHS newsletter of September 1984, Foster bought the windows with the intentions of incorporating them into a house. He never did and donate them to the museum. Charles Pigford of Amazinglass.Inc. restored them before they were put on display.|
|Dimensions||H-16.75 W-34 inches|
One side: paint crazed; caulking dry; traces of white mold or paint; hairline crack top to bottom in second red square, and buckling and scratches in next red square; four red squares have "bubbly" appearance.
Opposite side: 50% paint worn off, few white patches.