The original stained glass inside
St. Mary's Home...
which is the local castle...
has an interesting history!
To learn more about the Lindenwold Castle,
see this post.
The Victorian ladies
are featured in the stained glass windows
adorning the dining room.
The 'official' statement
is that the ladies were copied off of dinner plates
the Richard V. Mattison
But the guide
had a much more interesting
He believed one photo to be
the first wife of Richard V. Mattison
and the others to be his mistresses!
In the absence of dinner plates as proof
I am believing the second theory!
St. Mary's acquired the castle and has since added some
additional stained glass.
But nothing as interesting
as Richard's ladies.