Tax Return Spelunking (Jul, 1952)

Cap Lights Illuminate Warehouse
Office employees at a Government warehouse in Chicago look more like miners than clerks. The warehouse is used to store Government records. Instead of going to the expense of installing a new lighting system which would have cost an estimated $20,000, officials have provided cap lights for the clerks who search through the records. The lights are operated by rechargeable batteries and provide more than adequate illumination.

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  1. ganmerlad says: March 21, 20098:43 am

    You couldn’t do this now, this is a lawsuit waiting to happen! Light goes out, all that bumping and stumbling, not to mention the mental anguish of being stuck in the blackness (etc)…shoulder problems from the weight of the battery, job discrimination against people who are afraid of the dark…

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