MEMORIAL TO: Caroline Felthousen Dudley Pratt (1835–1902)
GIVEN BY: Her husband, William Wallace Pratt, Sr. (1831–1907), and daughter, Jennie Turner Dudley Eidlitz (1854–1935)
DESIGNED BY: Frederick Stymetz Lamb (1862–1928)
FABRICATED BY: J. & R. Lamb Studios, Midland Park, New Jersey
INSTALLED: April 7, 1903
DEDICATED: April 8, 1903
- Christ stands barefoot on Solomon’s portico at the temple in Jerusalem, and He wears a white robe, symbolic of purity, and a red cloak, symbolic of divine love.
- His halo is of double thickness.
- A serene Jerusalem landscape appears in the upper left edge of the window. In this moment, Christ is free from the shadow of the cross.