SPAHR & GLENN,|
Ohio State Journal Job Rooms.
American Luxfer Prism Co., Chicago, Ill.
Columbus, O., December 30, 1897.
Enclosed find voucher, Coulson's bill and
check to balance account. I want to say that while the Prisms are
away and beyond the most expensive item in our building, and my
friends think I've been awfully extravagant in lighting up for a
morning newspaper, I am perfectly satisfied that the expenditure
will more than pay. Our basement is the brightest, purest-atmosphered
and sweetest-scented in the town, and the men (over fifty work here)
have had a better average health than for five years past. We have
just succeeded in getting some photos of the building, one of which
I'll send you next week.
Wishing you a continuance of your success,
and a Happy New Year. Yours,
Old Colony Building.
American Luxfer Prism Co., Rookery Building, Chicago.
Chicago, September 9, 1897.
In response to your inquiry, we take pleasure
in saying that we have found that the Luxfer Prism windows, which you
have installed in the Old Colony, Caxton and Harvey buildings, have
increased the light in a surprising manner, and, as a practical fact,
we have found that this improved light is of great assistance in securing
tenants for vacant premises. Very truly yours,
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.
American Luxfer Prism Co., 24 Beekman Street, City.
New York, November 8, 1897.
The installation of your Prisms in the various
parts of our building, No. 120 Broadway, New York City, gives the most
complete satisfaction. I selected some of the darkest rooms and most
difficult places to light, and the results have been in every way
The additional order that we have given you for
the building is sufficient proof of our appreciation of your product.
Very truly yours,
J. F. WILSON, Superintendent and Engr.