Good. Item #7109
Paris: American Braille Press for War and Civilian Blind Inc., ca. 1920s. Folio (34cm.); printed staple bound self-wrappers; 62pp.; text entirely in braille save front cover. Extremities rather worn and toned, front cover soiled; long, narrow scuff to front cover affecting text without loss of meaning, closed tear to fore-edge of a few late leaves, else Good, internally sound. Date based on a 1924 issue of "News Notes of California Libraries," which cites this magazine as a recent acquisition for the blind.
Rare interwar braille magazine issued in "revised braille grade II" (upper cover). Printed table of contents on upper cover include the articles "The German Student Changes His Politics"; "The Indian Tribes of Canada"; and "Boom Days in the Holy Land." We find no copies in the trade, auction records, or OCLC at time of writing.