- Glasgow, St. Andrew’s Square. St. Andrew’s Parish Church. Three-light chancel window.
- Paisley. Abbey. Two-light memorial window, Sin and Redemption (Date given by Donnelly, Glasgow Stained Glass. A.R. Howell, Paisley Abbey: Its History, Architecture and Art [Paisley: Alexander Gardiner, 1929], p. 118, gives the date of 1889; see below )
- Alloway, Ayrshire. Parish Church. Nave, S. wall. Three-light Nativity. Memorial to James Baird (image)
- Glasgow, Maryhill. Burgh Halls Panels. (images)
- Glasgow. 1-2 Devonshire Gdns. Now Hotel du Vin. Decorative windows.
- Glasgow Dowanhill. Belhaven U.P. Church (Now St. Luke’s Greek Orthodox Cathedral).
- Glasgow, Pollokshields. Pollokshields Church of Scotland (built 1878). W. Wall, Woman tending an Invalid (also Glasgow Royal Infirmary Chapel), Woman Tending a Child, Prisoner Receiving a Blessing, The Good Samaritan, The Holy Family in the Stable, Adoration of the Magi.
- Kettins, Perthshire. Parish Church. S. wall. Four windows, Hope and Faith, The Annunciation to the shepherds, Baptism of the Lord, Resurrection and Ascension (perhaps by Stephen Adam, improved by him in 1908 ‘by putting in better glass and touching up the figures and borders.’ (John Gifford, Buildings of Scotland: Perth and Kinross, p. 447)
- Glasgow. Royal Infirmary. Chapel (image)
- Port of Menteith, Stirlingshire. Parish Church. E. Window. Trefoil window depicting Faith, Hope, and Charity.
- Tadcaster , Yorkshire. St. Mary’s, Kirkgate. N. aisle. The Three Ages of Womanhood, memorial window by Adam & Small for Adelaide, wife of Archibald Ramsden. (image)
- Bonhill, Dunbartonshire. Parish Church. Smollett window in W. nave. (See Appendix II for illustration)
- Perth. North Church, Mill St (formerly North U.P. Church). Abstract patterned stained glass by Adam & Small.
- Stirling Church. of the Holy Rude. S. choir, E. bay, Scenes from The Life of Christ
- Dunlop, Ayrshire. Parish Church. S. Wall window (?). Abraham and Moses.
- Kirkcaldy, Fife. St. Bryce Kirk. Rose window. Bright ornamentation surrounding open Bible.
- Crieff, Perthshire. Parish Church. Christ with Mary Magdalene and Saints Mary and Anne (image)
- Dumbarton. Riverside Parish Church. S. wall, Blessed are they that mourn by Stephen Adam & Thomson (?)
- Glasgow. City Chambers. “Wylie and Lochhead were responsible for much interior work, Stephen Adam for the glass” (Historic Scotland)
- Glasgow, Pollokshields. St. Ninian’s Episcopal Church. S. chancel aisle. Baptism of Christ and The Good Samaritan
- Paisley. Abbey [attributed] . Sin and Redemption (See A.R. Howell, Paisley Abbey: Its History, Architecture and Art [Paisley: Alexander Gardiner, 1929], p. 1
- Airth, Stirlingshire. Parish Church. 5-light window. Oh come let us walk in the light of the Lord.
- Glasgow, Pollokshields. Villa known as The Knowe. Cleopatra. (image).
- Kilwinning, Ayrshire. Abbey Parish Church. Circular E. window. Suffer the Little Children...
- Glasgow, St. Andrew’s Square. St. Andrew’s Parish Church. Memorial window to Anderson family.
- Largs, Ayrshire. Clark Memorial Church, Bath St. Five-light W. window, Christ in Majesty; transept gallery, The Centurion and The Good and Virtuous Woman.
- Ayr. Carnegie Public Library. Nine-panel staircase window; lower central panel represents Knowledge. (See illustrations in main text)
- Inverness. Old High Church. E. window of S. wall. Our Lord with the Doctors in the Temple and St Paul on Mars Hill (inscription reads “Stephen Adam & Co.”).
- Largs, Ayrshire. Clark Memorial Church, Bath
- Dalrymple, Ayrshire. Parish Church. Chancel. Abide with us. In center panel, Christ, with a single disciple in the outer lights.
- Glasgow, Partick. Partick Old Parish Church. Charity window.
- Kilmun, Argyllshire. Parish Church (St. Munn). By the font. Small children’s window. (Gift by Adam)
- Longforgan, Perthshire. Parish Church. Nave, N. wall, E. window. Abraham and an Angel. (See Michael Donnelly, Scotland’s Stained Glass, pp. 38-39 on The Good Samaritan window in this church, made by Robert Burns for Stephen Adam, according to Donnelly.)
- Bearsden, Dunbartonshire. New Kilpatrick Parish Church. E. wall of nave. 3-light window. The Risen Lord, flanked by the Virtuous Woman in two guises by Stephen Adam. (Other windows 1912 by Alf Webster and Stephen Adam studio. In short passage between the church and the tower’s porch, single-light window. The First Fruits by Alf Webster - a memorial to Stephen Adam from his pupil, assistant, and friend.)
- Clydebank, Dunbartonshire. St Columba Episcopal Church (disused). S. window. Iona.
- Kinclaven, Perthshire. Kinclaven Church. Central N. window. Parable of the Good Samaritan by Stephen Adam & Co. (But see under Longforgan: Donnelly, Scotland’s Stained Glass, pp. 38-39 on The Good Samaritan made by Robert Burns for Stephen Adam)
- Auchinleck, Ayrshire. Parish Church. 3-light window in chancel, destroyed in fire in 1938.
- Dumbarton. St. Augustine (Episcopal). W. aisle at S. end, beside the font. Christ with children.
- Glasgow, Cambuslang. Trinity Parish Church (now Nurture Education and Multicultural Society) . W. gallery window.
- Cove, Dunbartonshire. Craigrownie Parish Church. E. nave. Te Deum. (See Appendix II for illustration )
- Dundee. Gate Church International (formerly St. Mark’s Church). Under W. gallery. David and Jonathan (memorial to George Arvis Bell-Belmont and his friend William Kidd) by Stephen Adam & Son.
- Stranraer, Wigtonshire. St. Andrew’s Parish Church. 3-light window, The Presentation of our Lord in the Temple.
- Kilmun, Argyllshire. Parish Church (St. Munn). Chancel. Three superiposed vesicas of The Magi, The Agony in Gesthemane, and Christ enthroned. From Wikipedia: “The church contains a number of stained glass windows, many by Stephen Adam, including life of Christ scenes and a portrait of George Miller of Invereck as St Matthew. Adam's successor, Alfred Webster, designed several later windows, including a war memorial window in the northern gable.” See also under 1908.
- Lochaline, Argyllshire. N.W. window. Abraham by Stephen Adam & Son.
- Patna, Ayrshire. Waterside Parish Church. Framing the pulpit: Jonathan and David (left), Charity and Faith (right) by Stephen Adam & Son.
- Falkirk. Erskine Parish Church. Stained glass in chancel.
- Glasgow, Pollokshields. Pollokshields Church of Scotland. E. Wall. Woman and Children. ‘Strength and Honour are her Clothing’,LINK Mary with Infant Jesus.
- Maybole, Ayrshire. Former Parish Church (interior largely dismantled), S.E. window by Stephen Adam & Son.
- Kirkconnel, Dumfriesshire. Parish Church. Apse, center light, Crucifixion. (Risen Lord and Nativity of Christ by Alf Webster 1914] in flanking lights.) Brechin Cathedral, Angus. Windows added at time of repair and alteration by Glasgow architects Honeyman and Keppie, with whom Adam appears to have collaborated often.
- Dundee. St. Mark’s Church (now Gate Church International. Four windows.
- Kilwinning, Ayrshire. Abbey Parish Church. Circular Window. St. Paul. N. gallery. Corona Vectrix.
- Alyth, Perthshire. Parish Church. Gallery window of the N. limb. Scenes from the Life of Christ.
- Dundee. Gate Church International (formerly St. Mark’s Church). Four- light window (memorial to James Muirhead). The Virtuous Woman.
- Muirkirk, Ayrshire. Parish Church. 3-light window. The Good Shepherd, flanked by St. John and St.Peter. Moved here from Kames Church, Muirkirk, demolished in 1955. (John Gifford: “Looks like the work of Stephen Adam” [Buildings of Scotland: Ayrshire and Arran, p. 548])
- Tullibody, Clackmannan. St. Serf’s Parish Church. “The church dates back from 1904. The nave and side aisles are separated by five pillared arches, apse and transepts and an open dressed-timber roof while the windows are decorated with stained glass by Stephen Adam and Norman M McDougall.”
- Alyth, Perth and Kinross. Parish Church, Kirk Brae. “Upstairs, in the North Gallery, the window depicting the life of Christ commemorates the Revd. Colin Symers (minister 1773-1817). Designed by Stephen Adam of Glasgow, it was unveiled by the Countess of Airlie in 1905.” (Official Church History, Wikipedia)
- Edinburgh. King’s Theatre, Leven Street. 2-leaf mahogany doors in foyer with oval panels of stained glass.
- Falkirk, Stirlingshire. Erskine Parish Church. Chancel. The Resurrection and The Ascension.
- Glasgow, Claremont Street.LINK Church (now Henry Wood Hall). Windows representing Buchanan, Erasmus, Zwingli, Melanchton, and other Reformation heroes.
- Glasgow, Broomielaw. Clyde Navigation Trust Building. Commerce, Shipbulding, (image). etc.
- Ochiltree, Ayrshire. Parish Church. Flanking pulpit. Two Resurrection scenes, brought from Free Church (demolished) in 1947.
- Alyth, Perthshire. Parish Church. W. window. A version of Holman Hunt’s The Light of the World.
- Culross, Fife. Culross Abbey Church. N. transept window, Presentation of Christ in the Temple, The Agony in the Garden.
- Dervaig, Isle of Mull, Argyllshire. Kilmore Church. A female saint (Elisabeth of Hungary) LINK
- Dumbarton. St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church. Baptismal window, N. nave. Angel and child.
- Innellan, Argyllshire. Matheson Church. Chancel. Christ at the door - based on Holman Hunt painting (see above Alyth Parish Church).
- Kilbirnie, Ayrshire. St. Columba. E. gable, stepped three-light window. Blessed are the Pure in Heart.
- Twynholm, Kirkudbrightshire. Parish Church. S. wall, left window. The Dawn of Heaven Breaks, signed by Stephen Adam (dated 1905 in www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk
- Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire. Lecropt Kirk. S. end of E. wall. Two of four two-light windows. Christ’s baptism. Over the door to the W. porch (converted to a vestry). Christ surrounded by children
- Glasgow. Bishopbriggs. St. James the Lesser Episcopal Church. S.W. wall. Christ blessing the children, Sermon on the Mount,Calling of Peter and Andrew. Transferred from Claremont Street Trinity Congregational Church, now Sir Henry Wood Hall. (Probably by Stephen Adam Jr.)
- Kilmarnock, Ayrshire. Henderson Parish Church. Chancel. Three lights by Adam. (In nave, two windows  by Alf Webster).
- Largs, Ayrshire. Clark Memorial Church, Bath St. Transept. Saints Mary and Elizabeth by the Stephen Adam studio
- Sydney, N.S.W, Australia. Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Eight single-panel heraldic windows with coats of arms of hospital directors.
- Carmyllie, Angus. Parish Church. Rose window over pulpit and, flanking pulpit, Ruth and Boaz and St. Paul as Preacher and Teacher. (image)
- Carnoustie, Angus. Carnoustie Panbride Church. E. transept. One-light window. Ruth and Boaz.
- Dervaig, Isle of Mull, Argyllshire.
- Kilmore Church. Christ and Mary Magdalen. LINK
- Gartmore, Stirlingshire. Parish Church. I am the way, figure of Christ, flanked by two mailed figures, l. by Adam, r. by Alf Webster.
- Kilmun, Argyllshire. Parish Church (St. Munn). S. wall, W. wing, St. Matthew, pen and book in hand (portrait of George Miller of Inveresk House); E. wing, St John. W. wall, Dorcas, full of good works holding children to a dark blue cloak.
- Strone, Argyllshire. St. Columba’s Church of Scotland. Lancet in chancel arch depicting Christ bearing the cross.
- Bearsden, Dunbartonshire. New Kilpatrick Parish Church. Scenes from the Life of Christ by Stephen Adam Jr.
- Kilmun, Argyllshire. Parish Church (St. Munn). W. wall. Dorcas, full of good works.
- Skelmorlie, Ayrshire. Skelmorlie and Wemyss Bay Parish Church. W. wall, from S. to N. Charity and Truth by Stephen Adam & Son.
Created 12 June 2016