Blind Patrons

Some articles on blind patrons:

Linda Eastman - Services For Blind Patrons
... Eastman’s attempts to improve services for blind patrons began in 1903 when she instituted Braille classes as part of the Library’s offering ... was distributing books to thirty thousand blind patrons across northern Ohio ... in its use of books recorded on phonograph, initially conceived as a solution for blind patrons who were unable to read Braille ...

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