DescriptionAn Arthur E. Arling Viewing Glass, Circa 1930s. Silver metal frame stamped "Spectra Color Contrast Viewing Glass" on one side and "Photo Research Corp. Burbank Calif" on the other, attached to a black string; used by the cinematographer when he worked on "Gone With The Wind" as an uncredited camera operator; he later went on to win an Academy Award for 'Best Cinematography, Color' for the 1946 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film, "The Yearling."
2 1/2" x 1"
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