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Electro-Braille Communicator , 1954

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Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
New York
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The American Foundation for the Blind has developed this Electro-Braille Communicator making it …

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The American Foundation for the Blind has developed this Electro-Braille Communicator making it possible for a sighted person with no knowledge of braille to converse with a totally blind and deaf person;

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The American Foundation for the Blind
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Courtesy of the American Foundation for the Blind Archives; Photo by Moisio
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About the work
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Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
New York
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The American Foundation for the Blind has developed this Electro-Braille Communicator making it …

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The American Foundation for the Blind has developed this Electro-Braille Communicator making it possible for a sighted person with no knowledge of braille to converse with a totally blind and deaf person;

Manufacturer
The American Foundation for the Blind
Image rights
Courtesy of the American Foundation for the Blind Archives; Photo by Moisio

Electro-Braille Communicator , 1954

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