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Newspaper article from the NY Times entitled "Find Music Offers Most to the Blind: Speakers at World... April 18, 1931

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Series1: General Correspondence
Sub Series2: Advocacy & Work
Box33: Affiliations: R - W
Folder8: Affiliations: World Council for the Welfare of the Blind
Item No19
Format of Original17 x 22 inches
SubjectEvent - World Conference on Work for the Blind; Music; Blindness - advocacy - employment; Publication - New York Times Newspaper
DescriptionNewspaper article from the NY Times entitled "Find Music Offers Most to the Blind: Speakers at World Conference Here Laud It Both as Art and as Profession." Newspaper article from the Racine Times-Call, WI entitled "World's Most Extraordinary Convention Convenes Amidst Utter Darkness," with photographs of George Borre, William Nelson Cromwell, and Dr. Carl Strehl.
Subject PersonBorre, Gerard; Cromwell, William Nelson; Strehl, Carl
Folder Start Date1929
Folder End Date1931
Holding InstitutionAmerican Foundation for the Blind
Contact Information2 Penn Plaza, Suite 1102, New York, NY 10121, (212) 502-7600

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