New Vista for the Blind

Article, Magazine

Accession Number: 2001.39

Summary/Description: Item is a disbound article published on pages 94-96. It describes the Raised Line Drawing Board, a writing and drawing device invented for blind people by Harry Sewall and patented in 1952. Device consists of a wood (Masonite) board covered with thin sheets of rubber and cellophane upon which the user creates raised lines using a ball-point pen. Some discoloration along edges of pages; some wear along spine of paper cover.

Author: Zeimer, Gregor

Publisher: from Coronet

Publish Date: Feb-55

Subjects: Boards (writing) Tactile graphics Tactile writing

Physical Description: 7 1/2 x 5 1/2 x 3/8 in. magazine