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  200 Years: The Life and Legacy of Louis Braille
Recognition of the Braille Code

Braille's Code Demonstrated

National Institute for Blind Youth, Paris, France, no date.

Photograph of the exterior facade of the Institute for Blind Youth at 68 rue Saint-Victor in Paris. The building was constructed in 1843. Louis lived and taught here. A statue, seen here in the building's courtyard, is of the school's founder Valentin Hauy standing next to his seated pupil Francois Le Sueur. No date.

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