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Stained Glass Windows
Transcript of Stained Glass Windows
Bottom half of window that goes with window in Ms. Landi's office (according to photographs) To your left is the Pitts Room Memorial to Dr. James C. Furman Memorial to Dr. James C. Furman
"He walked with God and served mankind" Memorial to Joseph A. Lawton
"One of the founders of the University" Memorial to John Belton O'Neall
"The Apostle of Temperance
in S.C." Memorial to Judge B. C. Pressley
"The ermine of his judicial office was not more pure than his character as a man." Memorial to John Stout
"Honored as trustee, beloved as pastor and friend." Memorial to William Thayer
"Faithful unto death." Memorial to Rev. James P. Boyce
"Non sibi sed toto genitum se credere mundo." ...in the Simms Research Room you find... Top of Alex J. Lawton's memorial window according to the Furman 1905 catalog ...in the Special Collections work room you find... Memorial to Col. Alex R. J. Lawton
"One of the generous founders of the university and a life long supporter" In the Director's office you will find... Top of Rev. Charles Manly's memorial window according to the Furman 1905 catalog James B. Duke Library Top of Judge B. C. Pressley's memorial window according to the Furman 1905 catalog Fleur-de-lis design
In memory of Elsie Hinton Lynch
In recognition of Thomas H. Lynch '61 and Patricia Lynch McDaniel '91 Judson Alumni Hall Sponsored by members of
the Class of 1956 Sponsored by members of the
Class of 1956 Sponsored by members of the
Class of 1956 Sponsored by Marian E. Strobel
In memory of her beloved mother Marian Morton Strobel
"Admirer of All Things Beautiful" Sponsored by members of the
Class of 1956 Top of Joseph A. Lawton's memorial window according to the Furman 1905 catalog Sponsored by Leignan Roberts Rinker
In memory of her beloved parents, Howard S. and Margaret Roberts "One generation plants the trees and future generations enjoy the shade."
In recognition of exceptional parents, Robert C. and Melinda Lou Landi
Sponsored by DebbieLee Landi sponsored by members of the
Class of 1957 Sponsored by members of the
Class of 1957 Sponsored by William B. Fitzpatrick and Janis M. Bandelin
In memory of Rosemary Forsythe Bandelin,
Avid reader, Mother and Friend If you would like more information, please
contact Special Collections and Archives by
emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or visiting us on the 2nd floor of the Library Sponsored by Bet Fant
In memory of her father, Georga A. Fant, Class of '33 to your left is the Education Department and inside you will find... Sponsored by Herbert E. Riddle, Jr., D.M.D.
In honor of J. Todd White '88
M.A. Education/School Leadership, 1994
Outstanding Young Alumni Award, 2002
"Teacher of Teachers
Inspiring Leader" on the left side of Patrick Lecture Hall you will find...
Picturesque, graceful, and striking . . . . these words aptly describe the former campus of Furman University in downtown Greenville. Yet, the old campus is gone and very little remains from its historic buildings. The Stained Glass Windows of
In 2004 during the construction and renovation of the James B. Duke Library on the current campus, the Special Collections and Archives staff rediscovered twenty-eight stained glass windows which had originally been a part of Judson Alumni Hall, constructed on the downtown campus in 1900. Today the stained glass windows are on display throughout the Furman campus. We will start with a campus map to show you where to find them. All the windows were made of stained glass. Some of the windows had a top and bottom half so they could be opened. Some of these windows were called Memorial windows because they were given in honor of a person that was important to Furman University or to the S.C. Baptists. Some of the Memorial windows have a dedication on the bottom window.