The glass age.

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St. Helens, Lancs., England : Pilkington Brothers Limited, [n.d., 1939?]
[26] p. (some folded) : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
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NA4140.G54p O
Reprinted from The Architectural Review, February 1939.
At head of first page: "The Architectural Review Supplement, February 1939".
Glass in construction & decoration; 6 reports of the Glass Age Town Planning Committee.
Good for illustrations of glass in architecture from the 1930s.