Monday, November 2, 2015

The Blind Shall Inherit Their Worth

Boston Evening Transcript, February 9, 1906
This is a paragraph from a larger piece on the blind in the workplace from February 9, 1906. It briefly mentions a deaf and blind charge of the Wayne County Poorhouse who was taught by the Michigan Employment Institution for the Blind to sew brooms, cane chairs and use a typewriter.

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