Winston-Salem, N. C. Clay Printing Company, 1949. First edition. 8vo, original cloth, gilt lettering, 87 pages. Frontis portrait. Some minor wear; a fine copy. Item #16344

"My most humorous, as well as my most embarrassing experience, have long since been forgotten, and believe it or not, the blind land in some very crazy situations." Memoir of a blind woman who had grown up in the mountains of western North Carolina and lost her sight as a child (she accidently pierced her eye with a fork); her husband was placed in a mental institution at the outbreak of World War II and Hampton took a job running a news stand in a hotel. Amid the somewhat formulaic piety, there is much here on accessibility and suggestions for improvement in services for the blind. Owner ink signature on the front free endpaper.

Price: $25.00

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