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Molly Brown House’s historic stained glass window removed for restoration – The Denver Post

As part of a $1 million restoration underway at the Molly Brown House Museum, a Denver landmark built in 1889 by architect William Lang, the historic stained glass window in the entry staircase was removed on Monday morning, Jan. 8, 2018. The glass will be restored by Colorado artists Phil and Jane Watkins.

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