Blind Get Fair Map Printed in Braille (Oct, 1939)
Blind Get Fair Map Printed in Braille
For the benefit of the numerous blind persons visiting the New-York World’s Fair, the New York Association for the Blind has made available a map of the exposition printed in raised Braille characters. Complete in every detail, the map is designed for use with a special Braille guidebook describing the major points of interest. In the photograph below, a blind visitor is shown “reading” the special map.