My Friend Flicka [Sound recording]

Book, Audio

Accession Number: 2017.8.10

Summary/Description: Original two piece telescoping cardboard shipping carton with rivet contruction and metal reinforced corners, labeled, "Sight Saving & Braille Dept/Minneapolis." Catalog number 429 from the American Printing House for the Blind. Black paper label in print on side B and black label in braille on side A, legend reads in gold ink "Isabelle Archer Dyer Memorial Record/Talking Book/Solely For The Use Of The Blind/Recorded and Manufactured by/American Printing House for the Blind/Licensed under Dyer Patents/In 20 Records/APH 6751/My Friend Flicka/By Mary O'Hara/Copyright, 1941, by Mary O'Hara//Read by Kate Egan/Recorded With Permission/1944/American Printing House for the Blind/Louisville, Kentucky." (Note blacked out text below "Solely for the ..." reads "Provided by the U.S. Government Through the Library of Congress.) [Narrator] Egan, Kate Records are numbered APH 6751 through APH 6770.

Narrator: Egan, Kate

History/Provenance: Donor found these in his Minnesota high school while gathering props for a play as a student, took them home, and kept them through several moves. Other books in the set are stamped Minneapolis Braille and Sightsaving Class.

Credit Line: Gift of Michael P. Lucas, 2017.8.

Publish Date: 1944

Printer: American Printing House for the Blind

Place Printed: Louisville, KY

Date Printed: 1944

Subjects: Recreational reading (use for children's lit, novels, short stories, "popular" books.) Literature (use for classics, including plays.) Talking books

Physical Description: 20 sound discs : rigid vinyl, 11 13/16 in. diameter; telescoping cardboard shipping carton, 13.375 x 13.375 x 2.375 in.