The Connecticut Magazine


Accession Number: 2000.43

Subtitle: An Illustrated Monthly

Summary/Description: This issue of the magazine contains an article titled "Work for the Blind in Connecticut," by Rev. George M. Stone, pp. 171-182. The article gives information about the history and then current educational and industrial training programs of the Connecticut Institute for the Blind. It includes 19 black and white photos of students, school activities, and the school buildings. A poem titled "Blindness," by Elizabeth Alden Curtis, is also printed on page 182. The magazine has a frontispiece of a young blind girl and a woman seated next to her. Beneath it is printed the first line of Curtis' poem: They walk awhile in darkness on the earth. Pages are faded and stained; cover is falling apart from spine.

Credit Line: Museum Purchase, 2000.43

Publisher: Connecticut Magazine Company

Publisher Place: Hartford, CT

Publish Date: March 1899

Subjects: Blind children. Blind. Education. Schools for the blind and visually impaired Vocational education.

Physical Description: 1 issue : ill. ; 10 x 7 in. Volume 5, no. 3