Postcard, Michigan School for the Blind, Lansing

Postcard

Accession Number: 2001.82

Scope & Content: A color-tinted photo of the front of the mutistoried school building shows two covered balconies above a columned entrance flanked by two towers. Young women/girls in dresses and young men/boys dressed in suits are walking to and from the building. "State School For The Blind, Lansing, Mich." is printed along the bottom right edge. The back of the postcard is divided, used, and postmarked 1915. "C. T. Photochrom" is printed in the dividing line. The letter W is printed in a diamond shape in the lower left corner.

Manufacture Date: 1915 postmark

Creator: unknown

Interview Date: / /

Credit Line: Museum Purchase

Publish Date: 1915 postmark

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