The Stained Glass in the Church of St James the Great, Radley
by Patrick Drysdale
Photographs by Les Hemsworth
Published July 2011
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The booklet, illustrated with colour photographs, describes the stained glass windows in the parish church of St James the Great, Radley. The glass was made by the noted British stained glass maker, Thomas Willement, and installed in the mid-19th century as the result of the generosity of Sir George Bowyer of Radley. The booklet is intended not for experts but for all those who know, attend or visit Radley Church, and having admired the windows, would like to know more about the windows and their history.
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Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: The Windows (Non-armorial and Armorial)
Chapter 3: The Windows in Detail