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Unveiling of the Wellesley Windows by Jeffrey Gibson

Saturday October 15, 2016 saw the official unveiling of Jeffrey Gibson’s stained windows, commissioned by Wellesley College. The final titles of the windows are (left to right): To Become Day | Mean Solar Day | Evening Civil Twilight

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