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Central Congregational Church, Bangor, Maine

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Site Id: 19.3.2
Rating: Nothing
Address: 183 French Street
Location: Bangor, Maine 04401, USA
Lat/Lng: 44.80358, -68.76846
Tiffany 1910: Page 58
Duncan 1980: Page 212
Tiffany 1897: Not listed
Tiffany 1893: Not listed
Tiffany 1886: Not listed
Completeness: Medium
Building status: Destroyed
Building date: 1902 [CONG1903, ORG_NEW]
Architect: Frank A. Bourne [CONG1903]
Comment: Building destroyed in the Great Fire of 30 Apr 1911 [NYT1911, ORG]
Congregation then joined with First Congregational Church to form All Souls Congregational Church with a new building on the First Congregational site [ORG]
Also of interest: Nine 1902/1903 windows designed by Harry Goodhue and made by Horace J. Phipps Co. [CONG1903]

Site Items

19.3.2.1: Johnson Memorial Window: Christ Washing Disciples Feet (1903) (Destroyed)
19.3.2.2: Dennett Memorial Window: Christ and Charity (1903) (Destroyed)

Item 19.3.2.1

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

Status: Destroyed [ORG]
Confidence: High
Memorial name: Johnson Memorial Window (Steinbach Memorial Window)
Theme: Christ Washing Disciples Feet [TIFF1910, DUNC1980]
Tiffany 1910: Page 58
Duncan 1980: Page 212
Tiffany 1897: Not listed
Signature:
Other documentation:
Record type: window
Designer:
Memorial details: Isaac Samuel Johnson (18 Mar 1821 - Sep 1900) [CONG1903, FINDAGRAVE]
Donor:
Date: In place when building dedicated 11 Jan 1903 [CONG1903]
Inscription:
Category: Christ; Disciples
Location: second window from front on north side [CONG1903]
After design: painting by Fra Angelico [CONG1903]
Tiffany/Duncan comment: Tiffany 1910 calls this the Steinbach Memorial Window, so likely a daughter of Mr. Johnson, Harriet Sargent Johnson Steinbach, was one of the donors and was the person who organised the window with the Tiffany company [TIFF1910, DUNC1980, DEDUCED]

Item 19.3.2.2

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

Status: Destroyed [ORG]
Confidence: High
Memorial name: Dennett Memorial Window
Theme: Christ and Charity [TIFF1910, DUNC1980]
Tiffany 1910: Page 58
Duncan 1980: Page 212
Tiffany 1897: Not listed
Signature:
Other documentation:
Record type: window
Designer:
Memorial details:
Donor:
Date: In place when building dedicated 11 Jan 1903 [CONG1903]
Inscription:
Category: Christ; Charity
Comment: The 1903 Congregationalist and Christian World article says there was a second Tiffany window, presumably this one, although none of the themes of any of the windows matches what Tiffany 1910 says [CONG1903, TIFF1910, DUNC1980]

References

CONG1903: The Congregationalist and Christian World (17 Jan 1903, p. 100)
DEDUCED: Deduced from other information
DUNC1980: Tiffany Windows, Alastair Duncan (1980)
FINDAGRAVE: Findagrave.com, for deducing biographical or genealogical information
NYT1911: New York Times (2 May 1911, p. 2)
ORG: Organization
ORG_NEW: Organization that is new owner
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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