Postcard, Kentucky Asylum for the Blind


Accession Number: 2002.27

Scope & Content: Front of postcard shows a photo of the Kentucky School for the Blind, on the right, and the American Printing House for the Blind, on the left; color with glossy finish. The KSB building is multistoried with a large central dome. This building was demolished in 1967. The APH building is the original 1883 brick structure with arched entry and arched windows. A stone fence runs along both properties. Printed at top left is "Kentucky Asylum for the Blind, Louisville, Ky." The back of the postcard is divided and used. "Pub. by Bagby - Howe Drug Co." is printed along left edge. Faded; corners are worn.

Manufacture Date: 1910 postmark

Creator: Bagby Howe Drug Company, publisher

Interview Date: / /

Credit Line: Museum Purchase, 2002.27

Publisher: unknown

Publisher Place: unknown

Publish Date: 1910 postmark

Subjects: Kentucky School for the Blind. Blind children. Education. Schools for the blind and visually impaired American Printing House for the Blind. APH building. School buildings