Foundation for the Junior Blind annual report

Report, Annual

Accession Number: AnnRep3.12

Scope & Content: Printed report of the Foundation for the Junior Blind, documenting the programs and services of the organization for the 1985/1986 fiscal year. Report includes financial data and black-and-white photo illustrations. A color photo illustration is on the front cover.

Creator: Foundation for the Junior Blind

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Administrative History: The Foundation for the Junior Blind (today known as Junior Blind of America) was founded in 1953 as a non-profit organization to provide recreational services to children who were blind or visually impaired. Based in Los Angeles, California, the Foundation opened a summer recreation camp in 1958 in Malibu, California. In the 1960s, it acquired a campus located in Los Angeles, California. Services would expand to include rehabilitation and educational programs for blind, visually impaired, and multi-disabled children and adults.

Subjects: Services for the blind and visually impaired -- California Annual reports

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