How Lip Reading is Taught

Print, Photographic

Accession Number: 2014.13.2.76

Description: Black and white print; a young woman sits in a wooden chair on the right; she wears a light knee-length dress with buttons on the short sleeves, a wide collar, and a dark band at the waist; with her right hand, she holds the hand of a young girl sitting to the left, guiding the young girl's thumb to the woman's lips, and the young girl's fingers under the woman's chin; the young girl, also in a wooden chair, wears a short sleeved print dress; her dark hair is curled and secured with a barette; the young girl holds her right hand to her own forehead; a window and radiator are immediately behind the pair; a linen fabric is glued to the back of the photo; under the fabric is stamped, "Egan Photo Service"; written in pencil on the lining, "How lip reading is taught blind/Deaf-Blind - Sign of Cross @ Perkins."

Print Size: 8" (h) x 10" (w)

Date: n.d.

Photographer: Egan Photo Service

Credit Line: Gift of the Carroll Center for the Blind, 2014.13