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South Reformed Dutch Church, Manhattan, New York City, New York

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Site Id: 1.1.20
Rating: Nothing
Address: Madison Avenue and East 38th Street
Location: Manhattan, New York City, New York 10016, USA
Lat/Lng: 40.75027, -73.98114 (approx)
Tiffany 1910: Page 7
Duncan 1980: Page 201
Tiffany 1897: Page 7
Tiffany 1893: Listed
Tiffany 1886: Not listed
Completeness: High
Building status: Demolished
Building date: 1854 [A2Z2004]
Architect:
Comment: Demolished 1917 [NYT1917]
Also of interest:

Site Items

1.1.20.1: Matthews Memorial Window: Adoration of the Kings, Baptism and Resurrection of Our Lord (1891) (Removed)

Item 1.1.20.1

Glossary (of terms) and References (as found in square brackets [...])

Status: Removed [NYEP1910]
Confidence: High
Memorial name: Matthews Memorial Window
Theme: Adoration of the Kings, Baptism and Resurrection of Our Lord [TIFF1897, TIFF1910, DUNC1980, NYP1891, NYEP1891]
Tiffany 1910: Page 7
Duncan 1980: Page 201
Tiffany 1897: Page 7
Signature:
Other documentation: [NYP1891, NYEP1891, NYTR1891, NYE1891, NYEP1910]
Record type: Window
Designer:
Memorial details: Rev. James McFarland Matthews [NYP1891, NYEP1891, NYTR1891, NYE1891]
Donor:
Date: Unveiled 25 Oct 1891 [NYP1891, NYEP1891, NYTR1891, NYE1891]
Size: 25' high x 13' wide [NYP1891, NYEP1891, NYE1891]
Lancets: 6 [PHOTO]
Inscription: On bronze tablet: In Memory of the Rev. James McFarland Matthews, D.D., LL.D., the First Minister of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, in Garden Street. Installed Pastor of the Church, July 4th, 1813, in which Office He Continued Until 1840. He was the Founder and First Chancellor of the University of the City of New York. A Preacher of Dignity and Force. A Scholar of Eminence. [NYE1891]
Category: Nativity; Baptism; Resurrection
Location: west end of nave [NYP1891, NYTR1891]
History: In ca. 1910, installed in new South Reformed Church building on Park Avenue, now Park Avenue Christian Church (SITE:1.1.98) [NYEP1910]
Tiffany/Duncan comment: Tiffany 1910 just calls this a Memorial Window (without a name) [TIFF1910, DUNC1980]
Comment: Taken out from church temporarily in order to be shown at Chicago 1893 Columbian Exposition [NYP1894]
Same as item: 1.1.98.1

References

A2Z2004: From Abyssinian to Zion, A Guide to Manhattan's Houses of Worship, David W. Dunlap (2004, p. 264)
DUNC1980: Tiffany Windows, Alastair Duncan (1980)
NYE1891: The New York Evangelist (22 Oct 1891, p. 5)
NYEP1891: New York Evening Post (23 Oct 1891, p. 10)
NYEP1910: New York Evening Post (31 Dec 1910, Saturday Supplement, p. 7)
NYP1891: New York Press (26 Oct 1891, p. 2)
NYP1894: New York Press (28 Jan 1894, Part IV, p. 5)
NYT1917: New York Times (29 May 1917)
NYTR1891: New York Daily Tribune (26 Oct 1891, p. 5)
PHOTO: Photo of item
TIFF1886: Announcement in American Architect and Building News, Tiffany Glass Company (6 Feb 1886)
TIFF1893: Chicago Exposition booklet, Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company (1893)
TIFF1897: A List of Windows: And Extracts from Letters & Newspapers, Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company (1897)
TIFF1910: A Partial List of Tiffany Windows, Tiffany Studios (1910)

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