Permanent Home


On August 1, 2008 the new address for The Stained Glass Association of America, the Stained Glass School and The Stained Glass Quarterly became:

SGAA Headquarters
9313 E. 63rd Street
Raytown, MO 64133

This location is now the home of The Stained Glass Quarterly and the Stained Glass Association of America. Over the next several years, we will be working on fundraising efforts to raise money to build a new building that will house a permanent stained glass school and research center, plus headquarters and magazine offices on the two-and-a-half acres of land attached to this site.

All phone numbers, email addresses and website addresses remain unchanged during this move.

The Architectural Art Glass Library and Research Center
home of

The Stained Glass Association of America
The Stained Glass School
Stained Glass Quarterly

The Dream
To create a center devoted to the preservation, exploration, development and training of the Craft.

The Stained Glass School is developing a business plan and actively seeking a building to house the center which will become a permanent home for the Stained Glass Association of America. As the plan develops, titles and scope will evolve. We welcome your suggestions and your generous donations, please email

The Stained Glass Association of America holds in archive the Jacoby Studio Collection, The Milwaukee Art Glass Collection, and now the Henry Lee Cook Photography Collection.

Through the years, members have donated books,  reference materials and thousands of slides to the association. The Stained Glass Quarterly has its own archive of magazines, microfilm and collections of other glass journals.

Hands-on workshops by professionals are vital to the growth and preservation of the traditions and proper training in the new architectural glass techniques. Designing and training for individuals as well as apprentices and craftsmen is a key goal to the future of the craft.
Yes! I want to help bring The Dream into Reality by donating to the building effort! I understand that my name will be included in the list of donors who have worked to support the creation of The Architectural Art Glass Research Center & Library.

Please make your payment to the Stained Glass School. As a 501 (c) (3) your donation is tax deductible. Please keep a copy for your income tax files. All funds raised in this drive will go to the purchase of and maintenance of a building for The Architectural Art Glass Research Center & Library.

Share in the Reality!