Blind and Deaf Services at the Library | University of Illinois Archives

Title:
Blind and Deaf Services at the Library
Date:
1967
Description:

A table in the library of the Rehabilitation-Education Center with recessed tape recording equipment making it usable for study space either by sighted persons or by students with low vision. In the foreground Irma Mittelberg, a volunteer, listens to a tape. Juanita Hall, a graduate student in Rehabilitation Counseling, prepares to study from a taped book while Kathy Priddy, a student in Medical Records, takes notes. The shelves in the background house taped textbooks for use by blind students enrolled at the U of I. On the shelves to the left are the braille reference books.

Found in RS: 16/6/13, Box 1, Services for Blind and Deaf, 1967

Phys. Desc:

Tiff

Image measures 24.9 cm W X 20.4 cm H

ID:
0004053
Repository:
University of Illinois Archives
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Publisher:
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Contributor:
Rehabilitation Education Services Division
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