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Sixty-First Annual Report of the Trustees of the Perkins Institution and Massachusetts School for the Blind: September 30, 1892-September 30, 1894 (Classic Reprint)
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Introductory Remarks, p. 5r. Record of Growth, p. 5z. Health of the Inmates, p. 52. Scheme of Education, p. 53. Physical Cult ure, p. 55. Literary Department, p. 60. Department of Music, p. 65. Tuning Department, p. 73. Manual Training, p. 76. Miss Maria C. Moulton, p. 79. The Brain of Laura Bridgman, p. 88.

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X: January 6 to December 22, 1881 Charity Organisation Reporter, VolMcGonnigle, 1890 SOUTH CAROLINA , CHARLESTON [Illustration of Jail Yard], [n.d.] VIRGINIA, BEDFORD The commercial future of the southOn the 1st of May, 1874, there were 196 patients in the HospitalPatients must make personal application at the House at 9 o'clock on any day except SundaySixty-First AnnualReport of theBoard of EducationTogether With the Sixty-FirstAnnual Report of the Secretary ofthe Board, 1896-1897; January, 1898byMassachusetts Board of EducationThe Motherof ClubsCaroline M(S6)Gardner to the two branches of the legislature of MassachusettsThe remaining portions of the city areotherwise provided forThe Act of Incorporation of the Franklin Library association at Lawrence, Massachusetts with the constitution and by-laws of said institution

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