Scbeulah Hoppes interview [Sound recording]

Recording, Audio

Accession Number: 2006.13.25c

Scope & Content: Scbeulah Hoppes, a 1993 retiree of the American Printing House for the Blind, talks about braille transcription and working in the Stereograph Department, under the supervision of Nelle Edwards, where she stereotyped braille plates for the production of braille pages. Hoppes later supervised key punch operators who, in the 1960s, started producing braille proofreading copy at the company through the use of an IBM computer. She also talks about conducting tours of APH and about a 1978 fire that occurred in the company's building, affecting a braille project on which she was working.

Narrator: Hoppes, Scbeulah

Interviewer: Randles, Raymond

Interview Date: 06/12/2006

Interview Length: 68 minutes

Interview Place: Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind

Extent: 68 minutes

Collection: APH Oral History Collection

Credit Line: APH Oral History Collection, 2006.13

Media Type: Compact Disc

Subjects: American Printing House for the Blind Employees Interviews Proofreading Stereotyping Transcription

Interview Restrictions: All copyrights belong to the American Printing House for the Blind. Contact the Museum concerning any restrictions.