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Hamster; Blind Rat.

New York Institution for the Blind

State Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, and Blind; Berkeley, looking north.

The Perkins Insitiution and Mass. School for the Blind.

Interior of the McGraw-Fiske Mansion, Ithaca, N.Y. Blind Man's Buff, from a painting in art gallery.

Blind Asylum.

Interior of the McGraw-Fiske Mansion, Ithaca, N.Y. Blind Man's Buff, from a painting in art gallery.

Interior of the McGraw-Fiske Mansion, Ithaca, N.Y. Blind Man's Buff, from a painting in art gallery.

The Perkins Insitiution and Mass. School for the Blind.

Blind Asylum.

State Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, and Blind; Berkeley, looking north.

State Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, and Blind; Berkeley, looking north.

The Perkins Insitiution and Mass. School for the Blind.

Blind Asylum.

Blind Asylum B.

Blind Asylum B.

Blind Asylum B.

[Blind man's buff. (Italian statue.).]

Sculpture "Blind man's buff."

Blind man's buff.

[Sculpture] "Blind man's buff."

Blind man's buff. (Italian statue.)

[Sculpture] "Blind man's buff."

Blind man's buff.

Sculpture "Blind man's buff."

New York State Institution for the Blind. Batavia, N.Y.

[Blind man's buff. (Italian statue.).]

[Sculpture] "Blind man's buff."

[Sculpture] "Blind man's buff."

Blind man's buff.

Virginia Institution for the Deaf and Dumb & the Blind.

Thomas Bethune (Blind Tom)

[Blind page.]

Blind beggar, Morgantown, West Virginia

Blind street musician, West Memphis, Arkansas

Blind street musician, West Memphis, Arkansas

Blind street musician, West Memphis, Arkansas

Blind beggar, Morgantown, West Virginia

Blind street musician, West Memphis, Arkansas

Blind street musician, West Memphis, Arkansas

Blind street musician, West Memphis, Arkansas

Blind street musician, West Memphis, Arkansas

Blind street musician, West Memphis, Arkansas

Blind street musician, West Memphis, Arkansas

Blind street musician, West Memphis, Arkansas

Blind street musician, West Memphis, Arkansas

Blind street musician, West Memphis, Arkansas

Blind beggar, Morgantown, West Virginia

Blind beggar, Washington, D.C.

Library for the Blind, Dedication: Mr. Morris Hadley, President, the New York Public Library

Library for the Blind, Dedication: Honorable Frederick H. Zurmuhlen, Commissioner of Public Works

Library for the Blind, Dedication: Mr. Ralph A. Beals, Miss Allessios (at left below flag)

Library for the Blind, Dedication, Ribbon Cutting: (front row left-right) Raymond A. Harris, Librarian; Ralp A. Beals, Director, The New York Public Library; Honorable Frederick H. Zurmuhlen, Commissioner of Public Works; Mr. Morris Hadley, President, the New York Public Library. (rear row, at left) Peter B. Putnam, Author and Assistant Instructor, princeton University; (2nd from right) Mr. John M. Cory, Chief, Circulation Department, the New York Public Library

Library for the Blind, Dedication [audience]

Library for the Blind, Dedication: Honorable Robert F. Wagner, President, Borough of Manhattan

A blind man adjusts the volume on a "talking book" at the New York Public Library's Library for the Blind.

Library for the Blind, Exhibit Booth, American Libraries Association, San Francisco, CA. Left to right are: Mr. Charles Gallozzi, Assistant Chief, Division for the blind; Mr. Robert S. Bray, Chief, Division for the Blind; Miss Helga Leude, Librarian, American Foundation for the Blind

Governor Cuomo signing the bill in Albany that authorized financing of a new $16 million Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, operated by the New York Public Library. Assemblyman Mark Siegel, Library President Vartan Gregorian (left), and blind users stand by.

[Library for the Blind, interior.]

A troop of blind Boy Scouts visiting the Library for the Blind, 42nd Street

The children's reading room (above) and the adult reading room (below) at the new Andrew Heiskell Library for the Blind and Physicall Handicapped, include recorded, large-print and braille book collections, accessible for browsing.

State senator Roy M. Goodman (center) and Assemblyman Mark Alan Siegel (right) receive resolutions of appreciation for their leadership efforts in securing funding for a new Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. Presenting the resolutions at the annual meeting of the Board of Trustees are Vartan Gregorian, Senator Abraham A. Ribicoff, and Chairman Andrew Heiskell.

[Library for the Blind, Braille readers.]

The Library for the Blind has a complete set of the Reader's Digest in braille and on talking records

[Library for the Blind, Braille reading.]

[Library for the Blind, Braille reading.]

N.Y. Institution for the Blind

Thomas Greene Bethune [Blind Tom]

Library for the Blind, Wrapping Books

[Exterior] Library for the Blind, 166 Avenue of the Americas, N.Y.C.

Blind street musicians, West Memphis, Arkansas, Sept. 1935.

Interior of the McGraw-Fiske Mansion, Ithaca, N.Y. Blind Man's Buff, from a painting in art gallery.

Blind Asylum.

State Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, and Blind; Berkeley, looking north.

The Perkins Insitiution and Mass. School for the Blind.

Blind Asylum B.

Sculpture "Blind man's buff."

Blind man's buff.

Blind man's buff. (Italian statue.)

Sculpture "Blind man's buff."

Blind beggar, Morgantown, West Virginia

Blind street musician, West Memphis, Arkansas

Blind street musician, West Memphis, Arkansas

Blind street musician, West Memphis, Arkansas

Blind street musician, West Memphis, Arkansas

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