Postcard, Michigan School for the Blind, Lansing


Accession Number: 2002.68

Scope & Content: Front of postcard shows a color-tinted photo of the mutistoried school building, taken from a side angle. Two covered balconies are visible above the front entrance, which is flanked by two towers with mansard roofs. Trees in the foreground partially block the the view of the building. Printed at the bottom right corner is "State School for the Blind, Lansing, Mich." A one-sentence note is handwritten in pencil on the back, which apart from that has not been used. Printed at the bottom left corner is "The Rotograph Co. N.Y. City, Printed in Germany, G 3815." Back has yellowed.

Manufacture Date: n.d.

Creator: Rotograph Company, New York, publisher

Interview Date: / /

Credit Line: Museum Purchase

Publisher: Germany

Publisher Place: Germany

Publish Date: n.d.

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