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Group DescriptionThis spiffy group is a collection of photos of the awesome product "Vitrolite". The thick opaque structural glass that was adhered to the exteriors, (and sometimes interiors) of 1930s and 40s buildings.
But of course Vitrolite was not the only brand of structural glass. Carrara and Sani-Onyx were also big producers of this product, so any type of structural glass is welcome to the group!
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