More Pollard Library stained glass November 25, 2010 by DickH Posted in Lowell 3 Comments More images of stained glass windows at the Pollard Memorial Library. Photos by Tony Sampas. 3 Responses to More Pollard Library stained glass Marie says: November 25, 2010 at 8:52 am Just beautiful – Lowell and her treasures! PaulM says: November 25, 2010 at 9:06 am We need a gift book with photography of this quality that shows off the beauty in the city, from stained glass windows and sunset-lit brick-scapes to historical paintings and public monuments, parklands, and water views. On Thanksgiving, think of the project as a way of giving thanks for the natural resources and all the products of human good in this place. Steve says: November 25, 2010 at 9:25 am Agreed. Also, I was walking the pooch the other night-I passed by the old Pine Street School, now, I believe, the Health Department. I saw a beautiful stained glass window in the back that must have been illuminated because a custodian was working there. I had never noticed it because I’d never seen it back lit. So a lot of these little treasures are hidden or unnoticed, which is why I think Tony’s photos are great. You get to “see” things you’ve sort of looked past for so many years.