In 1983 I walked in to a store at 15 Elm street, right on court square in springfield, Ma 01105. The store was called "The phone booth botique" 15 Elm street in springfield, Ma 01105. I walked in and introduced myself and said I was going into the stained glass business and would like to hang some of my work in his windows and help him draw in more customers and help me promote and sell my work. His question was, How are we going to put a phone store? his store, and stained glass together? My response was, I guess I'm going to make stained glass telephones. I copywrote the first stained glass telephones in the world in 1983. There are only 2 that exist, 1 of which is a desk model and is done with glass and mirror with etched roses and queen ann style legs. My mother has thnat one, and the secod one was a wall model that was designed like a house. one of the windows on the left side was the keypad for dialing the number. the door had a note pad and the phone hung on the side of the house. This one is still unsigned, but the owner could bring it to me and I would sign it. I sold it to John Quill, who used to be the weatherman on channel 22 in springfield and I believe he willed it to his son when he passed.