After I got them home and took a better look here is what I have.
Door1 36" wide. Veneered (~3/16") in either oak or chestnut with a little lifting and a few small splits that could be fixed with a little glue and some filler. All the molding is in place but a few pieces are very dry and warped slightly but nothing an extra brad or two couldn't fix. All 15 panes of glass are good. Mortised latch with one knob missing.
Door2 30" wide. Stained dark so I'm not sure but is probably solid fir because it is very straight and the grain looks like pine. Three panes of glass and some molding missing. (I could cut a few panes from door 1 to the size needed for this door) One of the horizontal divders is damaged and would need to be replaced. Mortised latch with one knob missing.
Either door will work for what I have in mind, a door off the foyer that leads to a hallway. The door will be open 96% percent of the time and will be visible as you enter the front door. The foyer has oak floors that are that golden poly color.
I've never made or worked on a divided light door so a few questions.
If I go with door 1 should I remove all the glass before stripping, sanding and finishing? The door may end up just getting poly like the floor. The side with the few splits would be on the hallway side so the repair isn't an issue. What would be an issue is the glass, If I break a pane I'd have to replace them all because I doubt I could find a piece of wavy glass to match.
If I go with door 2 do I need to dissasemble the enitre door to replace the broken piece? (I also took and old piece of flooring that might work for the replacement parts. are router bits available to make the parts for a 1.5" divided light door? (I don't have a 45 or 55 stanley so I would need router bits)
Go with door 3 and just buy a new door that will have gnarly grain and will warp about a week after I hange it?