Postcard, Maryland School for the Blind, Baltimore


Accession Number: 2002.155

Scope & Content: Front of postcard shows a black & white photo of the front of a multistoried school building with arched windows. Other buildings are visible in the background. "The Maryland School for the Blind, 220 East North Avenue, Baltimore, Md." is printed in the single white margin at bottom. The back is divided and unused. "This School offers unusual advantages for blind youth to pursue grammar school and higher literary and musical courses. Besides its own thorough equipment there are in Baltimore advantages such as libraries, lectures[,] concerts, including grand opera, the Peabody Conservatory of Music, all of which may be utilized in connection with a course of study at the School. Tuition $300 per year. For further information address the Superintendent, John F. Bledsoe, A.B., A.M." --back of postcard, upper left corner. Yellowing; foxing on back.

Manufacture Date: ca. 1910

Creator: unknown

Interview Date: / /

Credit Line: Museum Purchase

Publisher: unknown

Publisher Place: unknown

Publish Date: ca. 1910

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