Interior, St. John’s Cathedral. All of the stained glass windows date from the 1920s, except for the window directly behind the high altar that was added later during a restoration in the late 1970s. Its style is distinctly different.
Interior, St. John’s Cathedral. All of the stained glass windows date from the 1920s, except for the window directly behind the high altar that was added later during a restoration in the late 1970s. Its style is distinctly different. Anna Webb awebb@idahostatesman.com
Interior, St. John’s Cathedral. All of the stained glass windows date from the 1920s, except for the window directly behind the high altar that was added later during a restoration in the late 1970s. Its style is distinctly different. Anna Webb awebb@idahostatesman.com

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