The Boston Public Library Fine Arts Department holds the archives of the Connick Studio. The collection includes records and descriptions of almost all of the firm’s commissions, correspondence, the studio’s library on stained glass and medieval symbolism, and most of the preparatory drawings and photographs for the windows. They may be contacted at 617-859-2275, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Rotch Library of Architecture and Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology holds digital images of The Connick Foundation Collection of stained glass and paper art, and searchable images of the studio’s job files, which are available for viewing via the MIT libraries’ DOME digital collection.
Each fall, the Foundation sponsors the Orin E Skinner Lecture.
For the past few years, the Foundation has organized tours of locations that feature significant work by the Connick Studio. In 2014 we spent two days looking at churches in Pittsburgh PA. Previous tours have visited the Boston area, Princeton NJ, Chicago IL, Columbus OH, Kenyon College OH.