Postcard, Kentucky Institute for the Blind


Accession Number: 2000.41

Scope & Content: On the front of the postcard is a black and white photo of the front of the domed school building. The entrance has ionic columns. Printed along the bottom, center of the postcard is "Institute for the Blind, Louisville, Ky." A handwritten message is along the right edge. The back of the postcard is not divided; it is addressed. Along the left edge is printed "No. A 104 Published by The American News Company, New York. Leipzig-Berlin." A logo, approximately 5/8 in. square, is printed at the top, left corner. It consists of a shamrock with the letters A, N, and C on the three leaves, and "N." and "Y." on either side of the stem. Above is printed "Excelsior" and below is printed "Leipzig, Berlin, Dresden." There is a postmark of October 26, 1906.

Manufacture Date: ca. 1906

Interview Date: / /

Credit Line: Museum Purchase, 2000.41

Publisher: Leipzig-Berlin, Germany.

Publisher Place: Leipzig-Berlin, Germany.

Publish Date: ca. 1906

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