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  1. Letter of January 10, 1927.
  2. Color temperatures between 8000° and 9000°K correspond to light from a hazy pale blue sky. Cf. J.O.S.A. & R.S.I., 7, p. 1184; Dec. 1923.
  3. Trans. I. E. S., 17, pp. 71, 80, 82, and 85; 1922.
  4. Trans. I. E. S., 17, p. 85.
  5. Letter of May 22, 1927.
  6. Trans. I. E. S., 21, pp. 594–597; July, 1926.
  7. Letter of May 22, 1927.
  8. Luckiesh: Trans. I. E. S., 19, p. 448; 1924. Commery: Trans. I. E. S., 21, p. 612; 1926.
  9. Letter of May 22, 1927.
  10. Oral statement, April 6, 1927.
  11. Trans. I. E. S., 21, p. 621.
  12. Trans. I. E. S., 17, pp. 87–89.
  13. Luckiesh and Moss: "Visual Acuity with Shortened Spectrum," J.O.S.A. & R.S.I., 10, pp. 275–281; 1925.
  14. This is the opinion advanced by Mr. Norman Macbeth in conversation and correspondence with the writer.

1925 (1)

Luckiesh and Moss: "Visual Acuity with Shortened Spectrum," J.O.S.A. & R.S.I., 10, pp. 275–281; 1925.

J.O.S.A. & R.S.I. (1)

Luckiesh and Moss: "Visual Acuity with Shortened Spectrum," J.O.S.A. & R.S.I., 10, pp. 275–281; 1925.

Other (13)

This is the opinion advanced by Mr. Norman Macbeth in conversation and correspondence with the writer.

Letter of January 10, 1927.

Color temperatures between 8000° and 9000°K correspond to light from a hazy pale blue sky. Cf. J.O.S.A. & R.S.I., 7, p. 1184; Dec. 1923.

Trans. I. E. S., 17, pp. 71, 80, 82, and 85; 1922.

Trans. I. E. S., 17, p. 85.

Letter of May 22, 1927.

Trans. I. E. S., 21, pp. 594–597; July, 1926.

Letter of May 22, 1927.

Luckiesh: Trans. I. E. S., 19, p. 448; 1924. Commery: Trans. I. E. S., 21, p. 612; 1926.

Letter of May 22, 1927.

Oral statement, April 6, 1927.

Trans. I. E. S., 21, p. 621.

Trans. I. E. S., 17, pp. 87–89.

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