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EAMES & YOUNG, Architects,
Columbia Building, Eighth and Locust.
St. Louis, June 9, 1897.
    Luxfer Prism Co., City.

Dear Sirs:
    We beg to congratulate you upon the exhibit of the Luxfer Prism glass installed in the building 409 North Fourth street, which was inspected by many of our local architects and business men last week. The building selected for your exhibit is one peculiarly adapted to show the value of the lighting afforded by this recent invention, being very narrow and deep, and lighted only from the front and rear.
    The profession will surely welcome the invention as a satisfactory solution for the successful lighting of courts, areas, etc., in large buildings, as well as for increasing illumination in retail and jobbing houses.
    It is apparent that for the best results it is necessary to have Luxfer Prisms so selected and applied as to be adapted to each special case, and we heartily commend the action of your company in so conducting their sales that special attention is given to the method of application.
Very truly yours,
EARNEST YOUNG.

GEO. E. MARSHALL & CO.,
Stationers and Printers,
144-146 Monroe Street.
Chicago, December 8, 1897.
    American Luxfer Prism Co.,
    The Rookery Building, City.


Gentlemen:
    We are pleased to inform you that the Prisms placed in the rear of our store some months ago have done all that you claimed for them, that is, they have given us daylight where formerly we were obliged to rely upon gas. Our bills for the latter are thereby very much reduced. Although the price seemed to us high when we placed this order, we are altogether satisfied with the results.
Very truly yours,
GEO. E. MARSHALL & CO.

HOLABIRD & ROCHE, Architects.
The Monadnock Block.
Chicago, June 12, 1897.
    Luxfer Prism Co., Chicago.

Gentlemen:
    We have used the Luxfer Prisms in several of our buildings, and have found them perfectly satisfactory and fulfilling all that is claimed for them. We also contemplate making extensive use of them in the future, especially in basement, as they render a basement as light as any floor of a building.
Very truly yours,
HOLABIRD & ROCHE.
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