- 473 West Broadway, New York
- "Manufacturers of ACME 4" by 4" PRESSED PRISMS, ACME SKYLIGHT
PRISMS, ACME VAULT LIGHT PRISMS, ACME SHEET PRISM GLASS, ACME VAULT LIGHTS,
ACME IRON CANOPY FRAMES."
- "The "Luminous Prisms." — Another firm which has begun
to do some work in the way of school installations is the New
York Prism Company, of 473 West Broadway, New York. Their business
thus far has been principally with private schools, tho they have
had some orders from the boards of education of Philadelphia,
Cleveland, and Chicago. In New York city they have supplied
prismatic glass to the following institutions: The Normal college;
the Brearley school; the Berkley school; the Cornell medical college;
the Chapin Collegiate school. This prism company has recently printed
"Natural Light for School-Rooms," an essay addressed to
the National Educational Association, at Charleston. In this essay the
facts about prismatic lighting are very succinctly and forcibly stated.
It should be in the hands of every student of school hygiene in the
country. This firms employs a lucical engineer who makes scientific
studies preparatory to each installation." —The School Journal, December 1, 1900
- "George E. Androvette. Pres.; J. Franklin Blanchard, Sec. Capital,
$10,000. Directors: George E. Androvette, J. Franklin & Emma
Blanchard" —The Trow (formerly Wilson's) Copartnership and Corporation Directory of New York City, Volume 49, 1901
- "N. Y. Prism Co. (N. Y.) (George E. Androvette. Pres.; J. Frederick
Wordworth, Sec.; William E. Cash, Treas. Capital. $10,000. Directors:
George E. Androvette, William E. Cash, J. Frederick Wordworth)
473 W. B'way" —Polk's (Trow's) New York Copartnership and Corporation Directory, Boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx, Volume 52, 1904
- "Mr. Geo. E. Androvette, the president of the New York Prism Company,
of 473 West Broadway, has been striving to convince property owners
and tenants, as well as architects and the world generally, that
prisms solve a problem which nothing else can, for many years.
"The day dawns at last," said Mr. Androvette, "and prisms are no
longer an experiment with the public, but tenants and owners are
demanding their installation." Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, Volume 77, 1906
- "Mechanics' Liens. ... 125TH ST. 543 West; New York Prism Co. against
Cataline de Vere Potter, owner; Octave D. Potter, contractor, $146"
—New York Times, December 15, 1908
- "Recorded Mechanics' Liens. ... 125TH ST, 161 East; New York Prism Co
agt Emma L Harris and Sarah C Mitchell, owners; Joseph Wielar &
Co, lessees; F Siegel & Co, contractors ... $410"
—New-York Tribune, October 26, 1909
- "Mechanics' Liens. ... 34TH ST. 142 East; New York Prism Co. against
Carl Damschinsky, owner; D. J. Comyns & Co., contractor, $800"
—New York Times, August 18, 1910
- "Judgments. ... Schoenberger, William—New York Prism Co., $115"
—New York Times, September 29, 1911
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