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Building Today, Volume 1 Number 2 (January 1937)

Prevention of Glare

page 43

Prevention of Glare

All lamps used in the home should be adequately shaded or completely concealed from view. The use of the brilliant, clear gas-filled lamp unshaded, or in conjunction with glass shades, which do not shield the filament from view, can only result in discomfort, due to glare, and a decidedly detrimental effect on the decorative scheme of a room.