William Morris Stained Glass Window

The Vanderpoel Window is said to represent the first stained glass window commission undertaken by the William Morris company for an American client.

It was part of a donation by the Vanderpoel family to the church in 1874 and The window includes designs by Edward Burne-Jones, Ford Madox Brown and William Morris.

Photo credit: Neil Ralley at Stained Glass Photography


The Stained Glass Windows in the Parish Hall

Mr and Mrs Richard F. Overbagh in 1922 donated three windows in the parish hall in memory of their late son, John C. Overbagh. At some later point this beautiful triptych in the L.C. Tiffany style became familiar to the parish as “The Tiffany Window.” In June 2019, with the help of the Town Historian, the windows are re-attributed to Rudolph Geissler of Lederle and Geissler, New York City. Louis Lederle had worked with L.C. Tiffany before joining with Geissler around 1915.

Photo credit: Neil Ralley at Stained Glass Photography