Reading and writing are not lost arts to blinded men.

Reading and writing are not lost arts to blinded men. LOC Summary: Exhibit poster showing military personnel reading Braille and using typewriters. LOC Notes: Poster caption: At the Military Hospital for Blinded Men at Baltimore, this soldier is learning to substitute touch for sight in the process of reading. The letters are formed by dots raised in the surface of the paper. The sailor is writing in raised characters by the aid of a simple machine. Date Created/Published: 1919. Propaganda World War 1 poster provided by LOC. Original medium: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : halftone ; 105 x 71 cm.