Postcard, South Dakota School for the Blind, Gary

Postcard

Accession Number: 2002.100.2

Scope & Content: Black & white with glossy finish. Shows four photos of different buildings with printed captions at bottom of each: "Administration Bldg. Classrooms," at top left; "Auditorium, Girls' Dorm.," at top right; "Vocational Bldg., Boys' Dorm," at bottom left; and "Cattle and Hog Barns," at bottom right. "South Dak. School for Blind, Gary, South Dak." is printed across the middle, between the top and bottom photos. Back of postcard is unused and divided by print that reads "Gary Interstate Printshop." The school is now called the South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired.

Manufacture Date: after 1940?

Creator: Gary Interstate Printshop

Interview Date: / /

Publisher: Gary, South Dakota?

Publisher Place: Gary, South Dakota?

Publish Date: after 1940?

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