GEORGE A. FULLER COMPANY,|
Semi-Prism Glass Co.,
Chicago, December 29, 1896.
1129 Rookery, City.
Our attention has been called to the system of
increasing the natural light in buildings by the use of your Prismatic
glass, and we take pleasure in stating that after having seen its
application in both windows and sidewalk, believe that even the best
conditions in our commercial buildings will be greatly benefited by
its use. In buildings where there are dark spaces, its use will be
The fact that natural light can be projected
into stores and offices we regard as a great improvement over any systems
of artificial lighting, and believe that the renting values of property
will be increased very much wherever your glass is put in.
It is altogether a remarkable product. Yours
GEORGE A. FULLER CO.|
H. S. Black, Vice-president.
FRED T. CAMP, Architect and Superintendent.
Luxfer Prism Co.
New York, November 9, 1897.
Having installed your system of refracting Prism
glass in three places in this city, I am in a position to say, emphatically,
that I know of no method except yours that will so surely effect the object
of increasing the light of day in places where artificial light has been
In one instance the Prism canopies are in an interior
shaft, and in all the instances, all the improvement of the light that was
aimed at, has been secured to the satisfaction of all concerned. Very truly
HILL & WOLTERSDORF.
The American Luxfer Prism Co.,
Chicago, December 20, 1897.
1127 The Rookery, Chicago.
Luxfer Prisms, we believe, have solved the problem
of lighting deep and otherwise dark stores.
We should recommend them wherever the distance
between walls pierced with windows is too considerable to light the interior
well, and, where practicable, substitute Luxfer Prism transoms for light
shafts. Truly yours,
HILL & WOLTERSDORF, Architects,|
70 La Salle St.