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Stain Glass Review
The Fireman window.
The circular picture of Rockland's
new "Fire Pumper", a hand pushed cart with a upright
tank that the water was pumped through by pushing up and
down on the level, was damaged within the last 5 years.
It is currently being reproduced from the exsisting fragments.
This window above all the others, stresses the need for
improvements in the care of these irreplacable treasures.
The Hastings window.
Positioned half-way on your way up the stairwell, is the
Hastings window so named for for the person that donated it
to the Building. Hastings was a prominent buisnessman of
Rockland during the 19th - 20th century.
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| Great Hall - West wall
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| Great Hall - East wall
All photographs (C) 1998 by Tim Woodward.
All rights reserved
Timothy J Woodward
Date Last Modified: 12/16/98