Butler’s First Reader [line letter]


Accession Number: 2011.2

Summary/Description: Raised letter book in 1 volume. "Butler's First Reader. Printed and Stereotyped BY THE AMERICAN PRINTING HOUSE FOR THE BLIND By Permission of John P. Morton & Co., Owners of the Copyright. Third Edition. Louisville, Kentucky. 1877." --t.p.

Author: American Printing House for the Blind

Collection: APH Collection

Credit Line: Museum Purchase, 2011.2.

Publisher: [reproduced from] John P. Morton and Company

Publisher Place: Louisville, KY

Publish Date: 1877

Subjects: Blind children. Instructional aids, tools, and supplies. Readers (Books)

Physical Description: Flexible brown imitation leather cloth bound boards with dark brown leather on spine. Title embossed in raised letters on paper tape affixed to spine. Bound in six page signatures, each divided by eight thickness of cheap paper and a linen scrap, stitched at spine. Cover lined with white paper. 60 single sided pages. Height: 7.25 in. Width: 12.5 in. Depth 1.5 in.