Circa: Salvaged from a 1912 High school with a late 1950â€™s renovation
Condition: Age Consistent
Material: Yellow Stained glass
Origin: Fostoria, OH
1950's Dimensions: 87" height x 41 1/2" width x 1 1/2" frame depth
1910's Dimensions: 88" height x 40" width x 1" frame depth
The windows have the same color glass and roughly the same size. The difference is in how they are constructed. The windows made for the renovation are built of a single frame. The original circa 1910 windows are built with a separate piece for the arched top and are held together by overlap and a middle T shaped piece. See very bottom of page for other differences.
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Windows salvaged from St. Wendelin High School in Fostoria Ohio. Image on left from the original salvage company, page on right is from a 1962 yearbook for the High School. Many of their yearbooks can be found uploaded online or for sale. The school was founded in 1873 and the first graduating class was from 1910. The building that served this school for over 100 years began construction in 1912.