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1 Luckiesh, Matthew Light, Vision and Seeing. a Simplified Presentation of Their Relationships and Their Importance in Human Efficiency and Welfare.
New York D. Van Nostrand Company 1944 Second Printing Hardcover Very Good 
Xiv, 323 pages, 16 plates, text diagrams, cloth, very good. Second printing. From the foreword: "In an age which has witnessed great strides in making life better and work easier, the burdens upon eyes and the responsibilities of seeing have greatly increased. In this same period, progress in the production and control of artificial light has been truly enormous. Since Gutenberg laid the foundation for printing, the efficiency of light-production has increased a hundredfold and more. However, knowledge of the relationship of light and vision, and of these to the countless tasks of seeing, did not keep pace with the increase in the demands upon eyesight and upon seeing. " M1175; 323 pages 
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