Remembered Light HIstory Lecture at the SF Main Library

A reminder for members in the Bay Area of this exhibit that is continuing through to later this month.

Interfaith Center at the Presidio

Unleashing the Power of

Interreligious Cooperation

Remembered Light

The McDonald Windows

Remembering World War II

with Restored Glass Art History Lecture and Discussion

San Francisco Main Library, Saroyan Room, 6th Floor

100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

Saturday, November 12, 2022 11 to 12 pm, PST

Join San Francisco State University Department of History Chair, Dr. Laura Lisy-Wagner, the Interfaith Center at the Presidio, and Friends of the San Francisco Public Library to learn about the Remembered Light stained glass art collection currently on exhibit at the San Francisco War Memorial. The 25 stained glass pieces were crafted from shards of glass collected from bombed-out places of worship by the late Frederick McDonald while he served as a Chaplain in World War II. Each piece includes a transcript of the chaplain’s memory of the locations in England, France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany and events surrounding them. After the lecture you are invited to walk over to the exhibit at the:

Veterans Gallery, Veterans Building

401 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 102, San Francisco.

To learn more about Remembered Light, visit: and,html

For more information please email

P.O. Box 29055  • San Francisco, CA 94129 • 415-561-3930 (office)

415-515-5681 (cell)  •

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