On the second floor of the American Red Cross headquarters (430 17th St. NW), three glass windows offer a rainbow of hues. Depicting men and women in the midst of good deeds, the windows are symbolic of the Red Cross’s mission. — Kris Coronado
The 32.5-by-22-foot panel of windows is in the Board of Governors Hall, which is still used for meetings. The windows, commissioned from the Tiffany Studios in 1917 and dedicated in 1923, are accessible to the public two days a week (free 45-minute tours of the building are Wednesdays and Fridays at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., 202-303-4233 or firstname.lastname@example.org). Benjamin C. Tankersley/FOR THE WASHINGTON POST
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