Anglican cathedral, James Powell, Liverpool, Britain.
The making of a stained glass window intended for Liverpool's Anglican cathedral. The window depicts the Holy Trinity, and was made by James Powell and Sons. The foundation stone for the cathedral was laid in July 1904, and it was consecrated in 1924, though regular services were not held until 1940. The cathedral is the largest in Britain. 17th April 1934
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