The Glossary

Parts of a Gothic Lancet:



Bradner, John. Symbols of Church Seasons & Days. Witton, Connecticut:  Morehous-Barlow Co., Inc., 1977.

Griffith, Helen Stuart.The Sign Language of Our Faith. Baltimore: Thomsen-Ellis-Hutton Co., 1939.

Hempley, Sara Justice.The Windows of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral. Columbia, South Carolina: Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 1999.

Krueger, Barbara. “Belcher Mosaic Stained Glass.” Stained Glass Quarterly 89,1 (Spring 1994) 20-30.

Mears, Henrietta C. What the Bible is All About. Ventura, California: Regal Books, 1966.

The Reader’s Digest Great Encyclopedic Dictionary, Pleasantville, New York: The Readers’ Digest  Association, Inc. 1975.

Rest, Friedrich. Our Christian Symbols, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: The Christian Education Press, 1954.

Trinity Church, 1937:One Hundred Twenty-fifth Anniversary. Columbia, SC.:The State Company, 1937.

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Memorials Book  (Memorials taken from this book have been corrected when necessary.)

Waggoner, Shawn. “Crosby Willet and Willet Stained Glass Studios:Three Generations of Glass for the Ages.”Glass Art (Jan.-Feb. 2003) 55.

Whittemore, Carroll E. Symbols of the Church, Nashville:Abingdon, 1959.

Wilson, H. Weber. Great Glass in American Architecture:Decorative Windows and Doors before 1920 New York: Dutton, 1986.


Bayliss, John Hocking, “Jewels of Light.” Washington, D.C.:The Cathedral Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul Mount Saint Alban, 1975.

Doborganes, Mary S. “The Stained Glass Windows of the Cathedral Church of St. Peter,” St. Petersburg, Fla.:Pinch Penny Press, 1989.

Hart, Georgia Herbert.“Trinity Cathedral: A Thoughtful Study and Pocket Guide,” Columbia, S. C.  1978.

Miller, Marie and Sara Hempley, “Our History in Stone,” Trinity Cathedral, Columbia, S.C. 1988.

Montgomery, Nancy S. and Marcia P. Johnson, eds. “Jewels of Light.” Washington, D.C.:The Cathedral Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul Mount Saint Alban, 1984.

Morris, J. Kenneth, “The Windows of St. John’s Episcopal Church,” Columbia, S.C.: Kohn Printing  Company, 1972.

Thomas, Charles E. “Know Your Church,” Christ Church (Episcopal), Greenville, S.C. 1968

“The Cathedral Church of Saint John The Divine New York City,” Charlotte, N.C.:Harrison Conroy Co., n.d.

“The Memorial Windows of the Church of the Holy Trinity,” Jackson, Miss.:Premier Printing Company, 1991.

“The Tidings of Trinity Cathedral,” 1962-1981.

“The Trinity Herald,” Communications Committee of Trinity Cathedral Parish, Columbia, S.C., July, 1990; October, 1990; December, 1994.



“Stained Glass Windows to be Dedicated Today,”The State Newspaper, Sunday, Feb. 28, 1960.

Powell, Jenkyn: Internet Correspondence, 4 August 1997.

Training papers written for docents for the Trinity Tours Program (1976-1978):

“Trinity Cathedral History,” Walter B. Edgar.

“Trinity Cathedral Parish,” A. T. Graydon.

“Trinity Cathedral Building,” A. T. Graydon.

“Trinity Episcopal Cathedral,” A. T. Graydon.

“Interiors of the Cathedral,” Henry Lumpkin.

“Description of the Great West Window,” Willet Stained Glass Studios.

“Chapel Windows,” Sherri Stoppleworth.

“Description of the Motherhood Window, the Mary and Martha Window, and the

Saint Stephen Window,” Willet Stained Glass Studios.



1956:22 September and 22 October.



1956:  16 February, 12 September, 10 October, 22 October, 14 November, and 12 December.

1957:  13 February, 13 March, 25 May, 22 June, 15 August, 11 September, and 20 October.

1958:  12 February and 27 April.

1960:  14 September and 6 October.

1962:  10 June.

1968:  7 July.

1969: 30 March.