14-04-1862: St Paul’s Church, Humfray St, Bakery Hill, Ballarat, Victoria.

The Star, Ballarat, Monday 14th April 1862, page 2.

“[…] The window consists of three lights, with top tracery, all produced in the colony, save the clear light portions. The two side lights were presented by the committee of the church, and the centre one by Mr Robson, of Sturt-street, agent for Messrs Ferguson & Urie, glass stainers, of Melbourne, which later firm gave the tracery at the top.”

Photo taken: 17th March 2011.

St Pauls Bakery Hill Ballarat

The Ferguson & Urie chancel window at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Humfray Street Ballarat. Photo: Ray Brown 17 Mar 2011.


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