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[Letter from Peter Stewart to John Hutton, September 14, 1972]

Description: Letter from Peter Stewart to John Hutton discussing artwork of a dove that will be displayed at entrance of the Chapel of Thanksgiving. He briefly talks about the materials that could be used for the roof, the direction the door faces, and the need to calculate sun angles. He also includes a theological adviser's observations about the symbol of the dove. The observations talk about what the dove represents as a religious symbol and mention that the dove appears in many places, such as the Old Testament, the Jewish Pentecost, and the story of Noah.
Date: September 14, 1972
Creator: Stewart, Peter
Partner: Thanks Giving Foundation

[Letter from John Hutton to Peter Stewart, September 18, 1973]

Description: Letter from John Hutton to Peter Stewart discussing a sketch he designed based on the Tree of Life and the cost estimate for a glass panel he is designing for Stewart. Hutton talks about the cost of the project and mentions that certain amounts amounts have not been included in the estimate. He also explains his understanding of what the Tree of Life symbolizes and describes how he has interpreted those ideas in a sketch.
Date: September 18, 1973
Creator: Hutton, John
Partner: Thanks Giving Foundation

[Letter from John Hutton to Peter Stewart, September 18, 1973]

Description: Letter from John Hutton to Peter Stewart discussing the cost estimate for a glass panel he is designing for Stewart and his sketch of a design based on the Tree of Life. Hutton talks about the cost of the project and mentions that certain amounts amounts have not been included in the estimate. He also explains his understanding of what the Tree of Life symbolizes and describes how he has interpreted those ideas in a sketch.
Date: September 18, 1973
Creator: Hutton, John
Partner: Thanks Giving Foundation

[Memo: Visit with John Hutton, September 29, 1972]

Description: Memorandum discussing a visit with John Hutton in which he presented several sketches of doves, one of which will be engraved on a glass panel and displayed in the Chapel of Thanks-Giving. The memo explains how the dove relates to various religious themes. It also discusses characteristics of glass and provides recommendations for choosing the glass that best suits the project.
Date: September 29, 1972
Partner: Thanks Giving Foundation

[Letter from Gabriel Loire to Peter Stewart, September 29, 1975]

Description: Letter from Gabriel Loire to Peter Stewart discussing past letters Stewart sent him about the stained glass windows of the Chapel of Thanksgiving and how he will be using those ideas in a model he is designing. Loire says he would like to have another meeting in New York to talk more about the project and mentions an article Stewart sent him about the nature and mysticism of the spiral.
Date: September 29, 1975
Creator: Loire, Gabriel
Partner: Thanks Giving Foundation

[Letter from John Hutton to Peter Stewart, September 16, 1974]

Description: Letter from John Hutton to Peter Stewart discussing a stained glass project he is working on for the Chapel of Thanksgiving. Hutton says he will be sending a small-scale sample of the project but emphasizes that it will not have the same effect as the full-scale one. He asks Stewart to let him know in advance if he would like to visit him because he has projects he also is working on for other organizations and might be busy or traveling during that time.
Date: September 16, 1974
Creator: Hutton, John
Partner: Thanks Giving Foundation

[Letter from Peter Stewart to Gabriel Loire, September 12, 1975]

Description: Letter from Peter Stewart to Gabriel Loire discussing a recent meeting they had in New York. Stewart mentions their discussion about the purpose of the stained glass ceiling in the Chapel of Thanksgiving. The notes from that discussion are attached and contain information about the theme of the stained glass ceiling and passages from the Bible.
Date: September 12, 1975
Creator: Stewart, Peter
Partner: Thanks Giving Foundation