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Most of St. Anthony's stained glass survived blaze

Ray Legere of Legere Restoration, left, talks with  Father Richard Carlino of St. Anthony's Church about the restoration taking place in the sanctuary.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Ray Legere of Legere Restoration, left, talks with Father Richard Carlino of St. Anthony's Church about the restoration taking place in the sanctuary.
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The smell of smoke still lingers on the front steps of St. Anthony’s Church and throughout the 90-year-old Schenectady landmark next to Union College. The gloom and doom, however, seem to be dissipating. The fire that broke out in the furnace room of the basement early Friday night did considerable damage to the front end of the main sanctuary, but two of the stained-glass windows on the west wall are in good enough shape that ...


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