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Object Name Window, Leaded
Catalog Number 0985.12.00078
Date 1902
Description Stained glass window, consisting of painted glass panels set with lead cames within a steel frame; steel support bars are attached with copper wire. Central image paint is enamel. This stained-glass window is a memorial to Hood's Texas Brigade, representing the infantry. Central figure holds a musket or long rifle in one hand, with a sword lying to one side in front of a campfire. The side panels list the names of various battles in which the brigade was engaged. The top center panel, left side, reads, "HOODS TEXAS / BRIGADE". The top center panel, right side, reads, "ARMY OF NORTHERN / VA". The bottom panel reads, "TRIBUTE FROM CITIZENS AND DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY -- TEXAS 1902". [For a full description of the text that appears on the window, see document under "Media".]
Material Glass/Metal/Lead/Steel/Copper
Dimensions H-70.25 W-47 inches
Owned Confederate Memorial Literary Society
Owner Regiment Hood's Texas Brigade
Made Charles F. Hogeman Company, New York City, New York
Provenance The stained glass window was made as a memorial to John Bell Hood's Texas Brigade, representative of the infantry. Believed presented and installed in 1902 (date on window). It was presented by the citizens of Texas and the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
People Hood, John Bell
Search Terms United Daughters of the Confederacy
Confederate Memorial Literary Society
White House of the Confederacy
Confederate Museum
Subjects Infantry
Stained glass