JENNY & MUNDIE.
American Luxfer Prism Co.,
Chicago, December 15, 1897.
Complying with your request for a letter for your
new circular, I cannot do better than to recommend to everyone owning a
building where there are certain rooms or halls not sufficiently lighted
naturally, to visit this, the Home Insurance Building, where they can
study the almost astonishing effects of your Luxfer Prisms, in the Union
National Bank and in the Armour offices on main floor, and in the several
The saving in artificial lights must pay a large
interest on the investment for the Luxfer Prism work. The additional light
obtained is not only very material and effective, but is produced in an
attractive way. The lights in their handsome bronze frames suggest
ornamental glass work. They are highly satisfactory from an artistic as
well as from a scientific point of view.
Very respectfully yours,
JENNY & MUNDIE,|
Home Insurance Bldg.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
Montreal, December 7, 1897.
In the new Canadian Pacific Railway terminal
station, now being completed in this city, the Luxfer Prisms placed by
you in the roof over the portico, makes up the best exhibit of sidewalk
lights I have yet seen. Your design of frames and glass is particularly
pleasing, giving, as it does, a maximum of Prisms, and therefore light
with a minimum of the available lighting surface taken up with framing,
making the whole effective in lighting and ornamental in appearance.
Wishing you equal success with future work, I remain,
F. B. MARVIN, Supervising Architect.
THE BECKLEY-RALSTON CO.
American Luxfer Prism Co., City.
Chicago, December 20, 1897.
Replying to your inquiry as to what we think of
your Prism light in our office, would say that we are more than satisfied
with our investment. In fact, from an economical standpoint we have every
reason to be satisfied, as we have done away with one-half of our artificial
lights, and the light we obtain from the Prisms is much more satisfactory
than the artificial. You have made a daylight store for us, which we had
before considered out of the question.
We are highly pleased, and, as before stated,
entirely satisfied with the results.
Very truly yours,
THE BECKLEY-RALSTON CO.,|
W. L. Beckley, President,
161 Lake St.