No. 3, Miss. Mary Rhee, Taegu School for the Blind and Deaf, Korea

Print, Photographic

Accession Number: 2009.24.16.147

Description: Front: black-and-white matte. Portrait from the waist up of a girl with short hair in a buttoned-up jacket. Background is an exterior wall with door or window. Reverse: marking in pencil which appears to say "48"; in pen, "No 3" From "Explanation of photo," attached, spelling and grammar preserved: " This is a Miss. Mary Rhee who lost her parent at Kanwondo and, [insertion] on the way [end insertion] to South with her brother, bombed, seperated from each other, lost her sight, and was cut off her feet. But she was sent to my school by the Christians kindness, and learning the braille now with belief of God. She has been a christian since an infant days."

Medium: Photographic Paper

Print Size: 3" (h) x 2.25" (w)

Date: 1953

History/Provenance: Received with John Milton Society for the Blind (JMS) records from the American Foundation for the Blind.

Credit Line: AFB Migel Memorial Library Collection, 2009.24

Subjects: Korea (South) Photographs School children Schools for the blind and visually impaired Schools for the deaf War