Not lost arts to blinded men
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War posters are available in two sizes and come produced on fine art archival canvas of the highest quality, bringing colour and vibrance to life with all the splendor of their original release. Our fabulous editions come from only the highest quality sources, which have fared well through the many decades since the war, and in some cases have been carefully restored to their former glory. A number of the original posters are now very collectable and can run into four digit sums; this is a chance to get the look of the original at a tiny fraction of the price.
Reading and writing are not lost arts to blinded men
Publisher: Red Cross Institute for Crippled and Disabled
Exhibit poster showing military personnel reading Braille and using typewriters. A blinded man can learn in a short time to operate, without making mistakes, the regular standard typewriter. He is thus able again to correspond with his mother, wife, sweetheart, or friends. Exhibit of the Red Cross Institute for Crippled and Disabled Men and the Red Cross Institute for the Blind. 1919
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