This window was given in memory of Antor Adolph Raven, a trustee
of the college from 1898-1918. The donor is not known.
(left) The Prophet Isaiah holds an open
scroll and is pointing to heaven, preaching and prophesying.
Isaiah is said to have declared all the world to be under
God's control, warning his people that their nation would
be destroyed if they turned from God.
(right) The Apostle James, son of Zebedee, has a scroll in his left hand and
a walking stick in his right. His clothing is more drab than others displayed
in our windows and his face suggests great solidity of character. James is
known as being one of the first disciples to join Jesus.
The symbols, from left to right, The Sheaf of Wheat, The Lily,
and the Anchor.