|Object Name||Window, Leaded|
|Description||This a stained glass window that has an image of an angel with a male figure under one arm and a wreath in the other. ***IT IS IN 2 PIECES***|
|Dimensions||H-92 W-46 inches|
|Made||Tiffany and Company, New York City, New York|
A memorial window for the Maryland Room, commemorating "the glory of the Maryland soldier and sailor in the service of the Confederacy, as well as the love and veneration of the Maryland women who sent their best beloved to fight for principle and the cause held dearer than life itself." The image is a copy of a monument in Baltimore by Frederick W. Ruckstuhl.
Also possibly a memorial window to John Prentiss Poe. The idea was suggested by, and later presented to the Maryland Room by, Mrs. John P. Poe, Regent of the Maryland Room for the CMLS.
Poe, John Prentiss
Confederate Memorial Literary Society
White House of the Confederacy