TALES OF BROKEN GLASS AND DEMOLITION
Starting in 1965, through several years, David Wilson, while working for the Rambusch Decorating Company, designed a series of stained glass windows for Little Sisters of the Assumption Convent Chapel on Lexington Avenue in New York City.
Robert E. Rambusch was the design consultant and Fred Christian was the interior designer. About a decade later the Convent was sold to a developer and demolished.
Passing by on Lexington Avenue at the time, and conversing with an almost guilt ridden construction worker, the said construction worker confessed that virtually all the stained glass was trashed.