Morris Frank and Buddy cross street in Vevay, Switzerland

Print, Photographic

Accession Number: 2007.33.1.283

Description: Morris Frank, in dark suit, tie, and white shirt, steps off stone curb onto cobbled street, led by his dog guide, a dark German Shepherd named buddy; a group of uniformed men and one woman in a trench coat outside a doorway watch with bemused looks on their faces; a car fender can barely be seen in the right foreground. Caption: THIS WAY--Morris Frank follows buddy as she leads him through the traffic of Vevay, Switzerland, during his indoctrination period in 1928. It was all new to the Swiss villagers, also. (Seeing Eye Photo)

Print Size: 8 x 10"

Date: 1928

Photographer: unknown

History/Provenance: Photo was taken for The Seeing Eye, Morristown, NJ. Print was in the Bledsoe O&M Archives collection.

Credit Line: Gift of Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired

Subjects: Dog guides Orientation and mobility