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Newest issue of TRADITIONAL BUILDING  -  this was their annual "guidebook" which, for a fee, has ads/information about companies that do all types of repair/restoration of buildings....this issue included repairs/restoration of the Minnesota state capitol and the House/Senate building in Denver, Colorado.....both structures have leaded windows, as well as stained glass.....

I am not sure if TRADITIONAL BUILDING is available at bookstores, but it would be worth your while to find a couple of issues to see the extent of their advertising, and the repair/restoration articles featured in each publication.  When asked to examine st. glass in Michigan churches/buildings, I always look UP to see if there are signs of water leaks.....if so, that begins a major discussion of "care" for older buildings!!

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