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Stained Glass Association of America
The SGAA is a professional trade association, founded in 1903, whose membership consists of the finest architectural stained and decorative art glass artists and studios in the United States and around the world. The SGAA actively works for the betterment of the craft of stained glass and architectural art glass through various programs that are designed to benefit the members of the SGAA and the clients whom they serve.

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