Television receiver, Sylvania Halolight, Model No. 21C626W, 1958
The television set features a white fluorescent mask which surrounds the picture tube.
Throughout the 1950s Sylvania sold a line of Halolight televisions, touted as having an "eye comfort" feature, which used a lighted frame to minimize the contrast between the bright screen and the surrounding cabinetry.
Artist(s) / maker(s)
Glass, metal, plastic, wood
36 x 33 x 12
Gift of Andrea Ioannou, in memory of Michael and Maria Frank
On view in Behind the Screen
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