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Story of blindness.
Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1956
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|Description:||viii, 270 pages|
The story of blindness is a hopeful one. From the earliest times blindness has been recognized as not only a medical, but a social problem; and in the last two centuries this recognition has increased even further. Dr. Farrell, who was for over twenty years director of the world-famous Perkins Institution, here approaches his subject historically.