Displayed in the exhibition titled "Drawings for American stained glass" held at the Rakow Research Library from May 17-December 31, 2010.
Drawing depicts four English settlers arriving in Maryland while three Native Americans look on. The settlers plant a St. George's Cross flag in the ground, the national flag of England during the 16th century. Three ships, two of which are probably the Ark and the Dove, are in the background. Father Andrew White may be among the settlers, as he was among a group of 200 settlers that arrived to the colony in 1634.
"Peter Appleton, 256 Brookside Ave., Ridgewood, N. J." -- stamped in black ink on verso.
"PA" -- written in black crayon on bottom right corner.
This item is in the "Appleton-Rubec Stained Glass Studio" archive; it is located with Bib 111103 which depicts the celebration of the first mass in Maryland by Father White.