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Stained glass window in the dining hall of Gonville and Caius College, in Cambridge (UK), commemorating John Venn, who invented the concept of Venn diagram and was a fellow of the college. The text on the windows reads: JOHN VENN; FELLOW 1857–1923; PRESIDENT 1903–1923.


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28 April 2006


User:Schutz. The stained glass was designed by Maria McClafferty and installed in 1989.


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