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October 15, 2021

Iconic windows fixed at Stimson-Green Mansion

Photo by Kristy Conrad/ Washington Trust for Historic Preservation [enlarge]
The window repairs involved sourcing ochre-colored rondels from Germany.

The nonprofit Washington Trust for Historic Preservation has conducted a major restoration project at its headquarters, the National Register-listed landmark Stimson-Green Mansion on First Hill. Thanks to funding from the National Trust for Historic Preservation's Cynthia Woods Mitchell Fund for Historic Interiors and 4Culture, Washington Trust was able to undertake much-needed repairs to many of the mansion's historic stained glass and leaded glass windows — some of which had not been treated or repaired for decades and had fallen victim to weather damage, cracks and warping.

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