Finding photographs of the People Of The Windows is proving to be a task that will take years to complete, if ever. That is why, whenever a new photo surfaces, I can be heard whooping with joy clear down to Broadkill Beach.
A couple of days ago, David Partridge provided me with a photographic portrait of John Hammond Burton Mustard (1835 – 1898). John H. B. Mustard was a trustee of the Milton Methodist Protestant Church; in 1906, his widow, Martha Hickman, dedicated a stained glass window to his memory, and that window can still be seen today in the Lydia B. Cannon Museum. For more on John H. B. Mustard, Milton’s preeminent white collar worker, see the article at this link.