Store Lighting
37. Stair, J. L., Foulks, W. V. C, "What's New in Store Lighting," January, 1938.
38. Wolff, F. M., "A New Trend in Window Display Lighting," January, 1938.
39. Harrison, W., and Spaulding, H. T., "Overcoming Daylight Reflections in Show Windows," Decem-
ber, 1922.
40. Alexander, H. M., "Practical Aspects of Luminous Storefronts," March, 1939.
41. Gilleard, G., "Illumination Designed for Buying in Self-Service Food Stores," June, 1940.
42. "New Model Store at Chicago Lighting Institute," Lighting News, July, 1940.
43. Wolff, F. M., "The Illumination of Jewelry and Tableware," May, 1941.
44. Stair, J. L., and Foulks, W., "New Technique in Display Lighting," March, 1942.
45. Allison, R. C, "Merchandising with Light," September, 1944.
46. "Worcester Chain Store Lighting Attractive," November, 1944.
47. "Dress Shop Utilizes Combination Lighting," November, 1944.
48. Owings, N. A., "Comments on Lighting Layout and Design," December, 1944.
49. Chapin, R. J., "Post War Requirements of Department Store Lighting," December, 1944.
50. Welch, K. C, "Economics of Store Lighting," December, 1944.
51. Sturrock, W., and Shute, J. M., "Effect of Light on the Drawing Power of the Show Window," Decem-
ber, 1922.
52. "New 40-watt Reflector Showcase Lamp Announced," Lighting News, July, 1939.
School Lighting
53. Albert, F. C, "Scholarship Improved by Light," December, 1933.
54. Dearborn, R. L., "A Study of Brightness, Distribution and Control of Classroom Lighting," September,
55. Brown, L. H., "The Control of Natural Light in Classrooms," June, 1939.
56. Caverly, D. P., "An Analysis of Photoelectric Classroom Lighting Control," September, 1939.
57. "Recommendations for Classroom Lighting," Lighting News, June, 1940.
58. Brown, L. H., "The Design of Classrooms for High Level Daylight Illumination," March, 1941.
59. Luckiesh, M., and Moss, F. K., "Effects of Classroom Lighting upon Educational Progress and Visual
Welfare of School Children," December, 1940.
60. Slauer, R. G., "Brightness Limits of Wisconsin School Lighting Code," January, 1945.
61. Harmon, D. 6., "Lighting and Child Development," April, 1945.
62. Biesele, R. L., Jr., Folsom, W. E., and Graham, V. J., "Control of Natural Light in Classrooms," Sep-
tember, 1945.
Commercial and Public Buildings
63. Miehls, G. H., "Building for War Production," December, 1942.
64. Moodie, E. W., "Lighting for National Defense Buildings and Services," June, 1943.
65. Conway, C. B., "Relighting the Walters Art Gallery," February, 1938.
66. Logan, H. L., "Modeling with Light," February, 1941.
67. Steinhardt, L. R., "The Illumination of Statuary," April, 1941.
Industrial Lighting
68. "Report on Lighting in the Shoe Manufacturing Industry," March, 1937.
69. "Report on Lighting in the Candy Manufacturing Industry," May, 1937.
70. "Report on Lighting in the Textile Industry, Grey Goods and Denim," March, 1937.
71. "Progress Report on Lighting in the Printing Industry," March, 1936.
72. "Researches on Industrial Lighting—Lighting for Silk and Rayon Throwing and Wide Goods Weav-
ing," January, 1938.
73. "Studies in Lighting of Intricate Production, Assembly and Inspection Prooesses," December, 1937.
74. Sharp, H. M.,and Crouch, C. L., "The Influence of General Lighting on Machine Shop Tasks," March,
75. "Lighting for the Machining of Small Metal Parts," January, 1939.
76. "Lighting of Power Presses," February, 1939.
77. Ross, M. W., "Lighting for the Cleaning and Pressing Industry," June, 1937.
78. Sharp, H. M., "Light as an Ally of the Safety Engineer," June, 1939.
79. Diggs, D. M., "External Plant Lighting for Safety," April, 1940.
80. Smith, J. M., "Relighting a Large Industry," September, 1940.
81. Austin, W. J., "Operating Advantages of Controlled Conditions Plants," January, 1941.
82. Caverly, D. P., "Improved Illumination for Textile Operations with Fluorescent Lamps," April,
83. Tuck, D. H., "Protective Lighting for American Industry," July, 1941.
84. "Report on Lighting in the Fluid Milk Division of the Dairy Industry," November, 1942.
85. Dates, H. B., "Remarks Concerning Wartime Industrial Lighting in Connection with Conference
Presentation of Report of the Committee on Light in Wartime," December, 1942.
86. "Value of Good Lighting in War Production, A survey of Opinion from a Cross-Section of American
Industry," January, 1943.
87. Wittekind, J. R., "Industrial Vision," February, 1943.
88. Kohler, W., "Good Light—A Social Necessity," March, 1943.
89. Prideaux, C. F., "Engineering Twenty-Four Hour 'Daylight' to Master Manpower Problems," May,"
90. Fowler, E. W., "Lighting a Color Register Room," May, 1944.
91. Attaway, W. N., "Management Comments on Good Plant Lighting," July, 1944.
92. Trauernicht, H., and Kuenemann, W. A., "Swinging Fixture Mounting Designed for Large Lathe,"
July, 1944.
93. "Practical Solutions of Lighting Problems," September, 1944.
94. Darley, W. G., and Gaetjens, A. K., "What Price Industrial Eye Comfort?" December, 1944.
95. Tiffin, J., "Vision and Industrial Production, April, 1945.
96. Feinberg, R., "Illumination and Vision Conservation in Industry," May, 1945.
97. Wright, L. D., "Australian Experience of Nation-wide AppUcation of Industrial Lighting Standards,"
September, 1945.
98. Caverly, D. P., "Essential War Metals Saved by the Lighting Industry," March, 1943.
99. Nelson, J. H., "Lighting a Small Commutator," January, 1944.