Despite doomed patrician attempts to shut it out, noise can never entirely be avoided — and a level of ‘social noise’ is part of convivial life.

Hugo Gernsbach is pictured wearing what he called his ‘isolator’, an invention that
kills noise, in July 1925.
(Photo by Bettmann / Contributor)

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