The Sarah Elizabeth Corey memorial has for its principal features of design three heroines of Scripture. The Virgin Mary is in the central panel, holding up a scroll on which are written the first two verses of the Magnificat. At either side, in panels, are the figures of Mary Magdalene (left) and Saint Elizabeth (right).
Beneath the large figures are three smaller panels containing illustrations of Epiphany (center), Mary Magdalene anointing Christ's feet (left), and The Annunciation (right).
In the tracery are two Angels with censers.
The inscription under this window reads: "This window is given by her sons and daughters in loving memory of their Mother, Sarah Elizabeth Corey, born January 21, 1834, died November 22, 1904. 'Her children rise up and call her blessed.' "
DESIGNER: Harry Eldridge Goodhue
ARCHITECT: Cram, Goodhue and Ferguson
DEDICATED: April 23, 1905
DONOR: Her sons and daughters
HEIGHT FROM FLOOR: 9'10"
PRICE: Information no longer available
LOCATION: East Aisle
SIGHT SIZE: 14'2" X 8'2"
NOTES: Harry Eldridge Goodhue was the brother of Bertram Goodhue, a partner of Ralph Adams Cram, the Chief Architect of All Saints Church. The Corey Windows were one of Harry Goodhue's first commissions on this large scale. His studio was in Cambridge, Massachusetts where many future stained glass designers learned their craft. Walter G. Ball and Wilbur Burnham, who later made windows for All Saints, were two of them.