Kneass’ Philadelphia Magazine for the Blind [Kneass combined letter]


Accession Number: 2000.146

Summary/Description: The magazine was established in 1867 by Napoleon Kneass and was probably the first U.S. magazine for the blind. Kneass combined letter was characterized by concave capital letters. "Published Semi-Monthly by N.B. Kneass, Jr., No. 1126 Market St., Philadelphia, PA, Terms: $3.50 Per Annum, in advance, Post free." --cover. Single-sided embossing.

Credit Line: Museum Purchase, 2000.146

Publisher: N.B. Kneass, Jr.

Publisher Place: Philadelphia, PA

Publish Date: December 1883

Subjects: Periodicals for the blind and visually impaired

Physical Description: 1 v. (1 issue) in raised type ; 9 x 11.5 x .25 in. Volume 17, no. 23