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Blind girls playing in sand box on the roof of the New York Association for the Blind, 111 East 59th Street, New York, 1926 (silver gelatin print)
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Byron Company (1926) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
A black-and-white photograph of four blind girls playing in a sandbox in a fenced-in area on the roof of the New York Association for the Blind, 111 East 59th Street, New York City. The photograph was taken by the Byron Company in 1926.
Byron Company (1926) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
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Blind man and his guide dog on the sidewalk in front of the New York Association for the Blind, 111 East 59th Street, New York, 1938 (silver gelatin print)
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Byron Company (1938) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
A black-and-white photograph of a blind man, dressed in an overcoat, suit, white shirt, and tie, standing with his guide dog on the street at night in front of a window of the New York Association for the Blind, 111 East 59th Street, New York City. The photograph was taken by the Byron Company in 1938.
Byron Company (1938) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
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Blind man fastening straw on broom handles at the Bourne Memorial Building, New York, 1921 (silver gelatin print)
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Byron Company (1921) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
A black-and-white photograph of a blind man fastening bundles of straw to broom handles in a workroom at the Bourne Memorial Building, New York Association for the Blind, New York City. The photograph was taken by the Byron Company in 1921.
Byron Company (1921) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
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Blind man labeling brooms at the Bourne Memorial Building, New York, 1935 (silver gelatin print)
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Byron Company (1935) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
A black-and-white photograph of a blind man, dressed in work clothes and an apron, attaching labels to finished brooms in a workroom at the Bourne Memorial Building, New York Association for the Blind, New York City. The photograph was taken by the Byron Company in 1935.
Byron Company (1935) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
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Blind man placing iron hoops on brooms at the Bourne Memorial Building, New York, 1921 (silver gelatin print)
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Byron Company (1921) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
A black-and-white photograph of a blind man, dressed in work clothes, placing iron hoops on partially finished brooms in a workroom at the Bourne Memorial Building, New York Association for the Blind, New York City. The photograph was taken by the Byron Company in 1921.
Byron Company (1921) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
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Blind men recaning chairs at the Bourne Memorial Building, New York, 1920 (silver gelatin print)
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Byron Company (1920) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
A black-and-white photograph of blind men, dressed in work clothes and aprons, recanting wooden chairs on tables in a workroom at the Bourne Memorial Building, New York Association for the Blind, New York City. The photograph was taken by the Byron Company in 1920.
Byron Company (1920) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
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Blind woman, Miss Harding, at the piano instructing two blind men on the violin and cello, 1936 (silver gelatin print)
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Byron Company (1936) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
A black-and-white photograph of Miss Harding, at the pian, using braille music on the piano's music stand to instruct a blind violinist at her side while a seated blind cellist in front of the piano listens. The photograph was taken by the Byron Company in 1936 at the New York Association for the Blind, 111 East 5...
Byron Company (1936) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
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Blind woman, presumably Charlotte Rohr, working with a braille press, dictaphone and stereotype, New York, 1933 (silver gelatin print)
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Byron Company (1933) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
A black-and-white photograph showing a seated blind young woman, presumably Charlotte Rohr, listening to a Dictaphone to transcribe content for braille master plates for production, working with a braille press and stereotype in a workroom at the New York Association for the Blind, 111 East 59th Street, New York C...
Byron Company (1933) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
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Blind woman working at a loom at the New York Association for the Blind, 111 East 59th Street, New York, 1926 (silver gelatin print)
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Byron Company (1926) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
A black-and-white photograph showing a side view of a seated blind woman weaving at a small loom at the New York Association for the Blind, 111 East 59th Street, New York City. The photograph was taken by the Byron Company in 1926.
Byron Company (1926) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
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Blind young woman working at a loom at the New York Association for the Blind, 111 East 59th Street, New York, 1934 (silver gelatin print)
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Byron Company (1934) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
A black-and-white photograph showing a seated blind young woman weaving at a loom at the New York Association for the Blind, 111 East 59th Street, New York City. The photograph, taken from the back of the loom so that the woman’s face is visible through the loom’s interior, is by the Byron Company in 1934.
Byron Company (1934) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
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