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As I Saw It
As a finish, it is above all pertinent to say that as one looks back over the years' effort to build the organization, one wonders how the Foundation could have attained its present stature without the imagination and drive supplied by Major M. C. Migel and without the active backing of Helen Keller who put behind it all of the magic of her name....
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Title: As I Saw It
Creator: Robert Irwin (author)
Date: 1955
Format: Book
Publisher: American Foundation for the Blind
Source: American Printing House for the Blind, Inc., M. C. Migel Library
Control no.: HV1593 .Ir9
Keywords: Accommodations; Advocacy; Aging; American Red Cross; Assistive Technology; Baltimore, MD; Blind; Boston, MA; Braille; Bus; Cane; Chicago, IL; Children; Cleveland, OH; Contracts; Democratic Party; Education; Embossed Print; Employment; England; Exercise; Franklin D. Roosevelt; Fundraising; Germany; Helen Keller; Higher Education; Housing; Identity; Industry; Institutions; Inventions; Labor; Legislation; Manufacturing; Media; Michael Anagnos; National Federation Of The Blind; New Deal; New York City, NY; Newspapers; Perkins School For The Blind; Philadelphia, PA; Phonograph; Prevention; Public Relations; Publicity; R.C.A.; Railroads; Rehabilitation; Schools; Science; Sensory Disability; Sheltered Workshop; Social Security; Social Welfare; Social Work; Transportation; Travel; Trustees; Typewriters; U.S. Congress; Veterans; Vocational Rehabilitation; WWI; WWII
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