State School For The Blind

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Blind Department Building And Dow Hall, State School For The Blind - Dow Hall
... Dow Hall (1883) was built specifically to house the School for the Blind ... The building's construction was indicative not only that education was worthwhile for people with disabilities, but also that differing disabilities required programs tailored to the students' specific needs ...

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