March 1940: Transparent Face Mask Doesn’t Interfere With Vision

The Optical Journal - Optical News With Independent Views

This Transparent face mask from 1940  of course wouldn’t interfere with vision, you would be dead!

Transparent Face Mask
Slipped over the head, a bag of cellulose tissue designed for use in skiing and other outdoor sports offers protection for the face without interfering with vision. The transparent mask can also be used as a shower cap, an apron, a tray cover, and a turban, the makers say.