A piece of history has found its way home after a long, strange journey.

This stained glass window, roughly a century old, was discovered right before the old Salvation Army building in Watertown was torn down in the early 1980s.

It then spent time at a camp in the Finger Lakes before it went missing...again.

But former Watertown Mayor Tom Walker and some officials found it, helped bring it back to life and brought it back home to Watertown.

“The army has a history here in Watertown and it’s mission has been carried out throughout this time,” said Lieutenant Summer Hough of the Salvation Army.

The plan is to add a shadow-box to the window and hang it for display at the location off State Street.