We are sad to note the death, on 29 January, of Harry Harvey, aged 88. He was a leading figure in contemporary stained glass design and completed more than two hundred windows in a career lasting forty years. He trained with Harry Stammers in York, before opening his own studio in 1956. His best known work is probably that carried out for the Guildhall in York, but he also made windows for over seventy churches in Yorkshire alone. More recently he collaborated with Keith Barley at St Mary’s, Fairford (Gloucestershire). Harry was elected a Fellow of the British Society of Master Glass Painters in 1962.