Third from Right or Center, West Side: May

            This was a double spaced window in honor of Samuel Joseph May, matching in size to its opposite window honoring Rev. Storer. Simple in appearance, it portrayed with traditional stained glass construction and glass placement a subtle beauty and solidarity matching the characteristics representative of Rev. May. The central motif of multicolored glass pieces, white rectangles, and green or pink circles is surrounded by rectangles or trapezoids of white, pink and aqua colors. At the bottom was a placard with this inscription: “Samuel J. May, born in Boston, September 12, 1797, and died in Syracuse, July 1, 1871. Underneath the window was the large marble tablet that honored Dr. May and his legacy. Check here for more information on Sam May.