Postcard, Alabama State School for the Blind, Talladega


Accession Number: 2001.122

Scope & Content: Black & white photo of 2 brick buildings. A building with a central tower is on the right; to its left is a two-story building with a covered porch and curved bay. Trees partially obstruct the view. "State School for the Blind, Talladega, Ala." is printed along the bottom left edge. The back of the postcard is divided, used, and postmarked 1924. "C.T. Doubletone" is printed along the center, between the dividing line. A circular C.T. logo, approximately 1/8 in. (diameter), is printed at the bottom of the line. "AD-1329" is printed at the top center. Similar view on two other postcards in museum collection, accessions 2001.31 and 2001.36.

Manufacture Date: postmark 1924

Creator: C.T.

Interview Date: / /

Credit Line: Museum Purchase, 2001.122

Publish Date: postmark 1924

Subjects: Blind children Education Schools for the blind and visually impaired School buidings