Stained Glass Windows

According to a 2017 article in Items of Interest, the newsletter of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd Province of Mid-North America,  the Chapel included at least 140 stained glass windows, which were likely made in Munich, Germany sometime between 1910 and 1923.  Most of the windows were removed to unrecorded destinations when Girls' Town closed.  The Sisters of the Good Shepherd retained two of the windows, one depicting Jesus, the Good Shepherd, the other Mary, the Shepherdess for Christ,  These windows were installed in the chapel of a new retirement home, Pelletier Hall, in Fort Thomas, Kentucky, which opened in March, 1982 and closed in 2016.  The windows were subsequently moved  to Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Montgomery, OH, in 2017.

These photographs were taken in the Pelletier Hall chapel in December 2015.  Photos of additional statues, portraits, and memorabilia from the Pelletier Hall chapel are available in the University of Dayton eCommons.