The Library of Congress and the Blind

Article, Magazine

Accession Number: 2000.42.1

Summary/Description: Item is a disbound article from vol. 33 of Scribner's Magazine, pp. 101-108. The article is about the Pavilion for the Blind, a reading room established for the blind in the Library of Congress, and the services offered. Included are eight black and white illustrations of individuals in the Pavilion. The illustrations were done by Vernon Howe Bailey. The article briefly mentions the American Printing House for the Blind.

Author: Gerry, Margarita Spalding

Credit Line: Museum Purchase, 2000.42

Publisher: from Scribners Magazine

Publish Date: Jan-03

Subjects: Libraries Reading rooms Services for the blind and visually impaired