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Charles J. Connick and MIT

Charles J. Connick (1875-1945) was a preeminent American stained glass artist whose work may be found in cities all across the United States. In 2008 the Charles J. Connick Stained Glass Foundation generously donated its collection to the MIT Libraries. This tells the story of Charles J. Connick the artist, his work, and his connection to MIT.

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