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Statement of-Continued

Hardenbergh, Mrs. Gordon, first vice president, Alabama Federation

of the Blind, accompanied by Dr. Firmon E. Hardenbergh of

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Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, Mass

33

Harrison, Mrs. Eleanor, president, Minnesota Organization of the

Blind.

64

Huddleston, Hon. George, Jr., a Representative in Congress from
the State of Alabama

32
Kirton, Paul, Lone Star State Federation of the Blind, and Marcus

Roberson, president, Lone Star State Federation for the Blind.. 198
Landrum, Hon. Phil M., a Representative in Congress from the State
of Georgia---

84

Lane, Hon. Thomas J., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Massachusetts.

79

Libonati, Hon. Roland V., a Representative in Congress from the

State of Illinois.

104

McDonald, Walter R., president, Georgia Federation of the Blind,

Decatur, Ga

85

Maas, Maj. Gen. Melvin J., USMC (retired) Blinded Veterans'

Association..

239, 265

Matthews, Hon. D. R. (Billy), a Representative in Congress from the
State of Florida...

10
Murphey, Mrs. Alma, St. Louis, Mo.-

162
Murphey, John J., St. Louis, Mo.

161
Oliver, Stanley, member of the board of directors of the Michigan
Council of the Blind, Detroit, Mich...

174

O'Shaughnessy, Robert, Peoria, Ill., president, Illinois Federation of

the Blind..

108

Polston, John W., journeyman electrician, employed by Baum Electric

Co., Garden Grove, Calif..

144

Richardson, Eliot, Assistant Secretary, Mary E. Switzer, and Russell

J. N. Dean, Special Assistant to the Director, and Louis Reeves,

Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, HEW

346

Roberson, Marcus, president, Lone Star State Federation of the

Blind.

198

Ross, Clyde E., president, Ohio Council of the Blind, and member,

executive committee on the National Federation of the Blind.. 130

Rumsey, Winfield, American Foundation for the Blind, Inc.-

271

Schloss, Irvin P., legislative analyst, American Federation for the

Blind, Inc

382

Selis, Irving M., executive director of the Associated Blind, Inc.,

accompanied by Miss Daisy Greenspun, secretary to Mr. Selis.- 74
Seward, George H., administrative assistant, office of Hon. Walter S.
Baring, a Representative in Congress from the State of Nevada

2

Simmons, Harry E., executive director, Florida Council for the Blind,

Tampa, Fla.

268

Swanson, Miss Gloria, Hollywood, Calif.

105

Ten Broek, Dr. Jacobus, president, National Federation of the Blind,

Berkeley, Calif.

24, 36, 66, 184, 31 1

Thompson, Ralph L., Tampa, Fla.

231
Thompson, W. W., executive director, Blinded Veterans' Association,
Inc.

246

Ticer, Onvia, San Leandro, Calif.

166

Weiss, Carl, president, Blind Professional Association of America, Inc. 121

Widnall, Hon. William B., a Representative in Congress from the

State of New Jersey.

237

Wilburn, Richard, Dugway Proving Ground, Dugway, Utah.

182

Whitten, E. B., executive director, National Rehabilitation Associa-

tion..

151

Wood, William, Denver, Colo...

220

Letters, statements, etc.:

Adair, Hon. E. Ross, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Indiana

295

AFL-CIO, A. J. Biemiller and N. H, ('ruikshank.

439

Resolution 39, representations for blind persons

440

Letters, statements, etc.—Continued

Alsup, Lon, Texas Commission for the Blind:

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Exhibit A. Jacobus ten Broek, letter, July 2, 1951.

214-217
Exhibit B. Marcus E. Roberson.

217–218

Exhibit C. Waggoner Carr..

218

Exhibit D. Better Business Bureau, Lubbock, Tex_

218-220

Statement-

212

American Association of Workers for the Blind, Inc., Hulen C. Walker,

executive director:

Code of ethics

390

Constitution and bylaws.

391

Financial statement.

394

Legislative committee report.

397

Membership roster.

399

Statement

388

Was it really passed unanimously, or did the railroad run through

the middle of the house?—(Reprinted, November 1957 Braille

Monitor)----

444

American Association of Workers for the Blind, Washington, D.C.,
G. E. Keane, chairman -

368, 371

American Foundation for the Blind, Inc.:

Barnett, M. Robert, executive director.

284

Schloss, Irvin P., legislative analyst, Washington office ---

291, 385

American Library Association on bills relating to library service to

the blind.

437

Anfuso, Hon. Victor L., a Representative in Congress from the State

of New York

295

Ashley, Hon. Thomas, in support of H.R. 2452, to provide for the

right of the blind to organize for self-expression.-

335

Bass, Hon. Perkins, a Representative in Congress from the State of

New Hampshire --

23

Bennett, Hon. Charles E., a Representative in Congress from the
State of Florida.

439
Bentley, Hon. Alvin M., a Representative in Congress from the State
of Michigan

119
Berry, Hon. E. Y., a Representative in Congress from the State of
South Dakota

115

Betts, Jackson E., Member of Congress, Ohio, on behalf of H.R. 4787-- 299

Bills, text of:

H.R. 14.

2

H.R. 356.

4

H.R. 1175.

295

H.R. 1855.

3

H.R. 5243

Blinded Veterans Association, Inc.:

Financial data, budget, 1958–59.

250-260

Statement..

247

Boland, Hon. Edward P., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Massachusetts.-

22

Boring, Marie M., Durham, N.C.

190

Bryan, James E., National Medical Foundation for Eye Care, New

York.

438

Card, George, Madison, Wis.

140

Carter, Hon. Steven V., Fourth District of Iowa, on the Baring bill

(H.R. 14)---

437

Chronological list of laws affecting the blind.

445

Coad, Merwin, Representative of Iowa, in re H.R. 348, H.R. 14, and

other bills pertaining to the blind.

433

Cummings, F. J., executive secretary, Delaware Commission for the

Blind

Durham, Hon. Carl T., a Representative in Congress from the State

of North Carolina

440

Fascell, Hon. Dante B., a Representative in Congress from the State
of Florida

296, 334

Fogarty, Hon. John E., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Řhode Island

19

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Letters, statements, etc.-Continued

Freid, Jacob, Ph.D., executive director, Jewish Braille Institute of Page
America, Inc.

135

Gross, Hon. H. R., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Iowa...

23

Haley, Hon. James A., Member of Congress, Seventh District of

Florida, on behalf of legislation for the establishment of a Temporary

National Advisory Committee for the Blind.

120

Hébert, Hon. F. Edward, a Representative in Congress from the State

of Louisiana

20

Herlong, Hon. A. S. Jr., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Florida.

439

Ikard, Hon. Frank, of Texas, in support of H.R. 2168.

238

Industrial Home for the Blind, Brooklyn, N.Y., G. E. Keane, chair-

man, legislative committee, American Association of Workers for

Blind.

371

Kastenmeier, Hon. Robert W., a Representative in Congress from the

State of Wisconsin..

433

Krause, David, support of H.R. 3047

340

Lighthouse, The, New York Association for the Blind, Allan W. Sher-

man, executive director..

367

McDonald, Walter R., Decatur, Ga.

101

McGreal, William, Petersborough, N.H..

296

McIntire, Hon. Clifford G., a Representative in Congress from the

State of Maine..

181

MacDonald, Mary Ellen, Secretary, National Association of the
Physically Handicapped, Inc.--

345

Merrow, Hon. Chester, in support of H.R. 3040.

336

Moulder, Hon. Morgan M., of Missouri, in support of H.R. 3047. 338

Mumford, L. Quincy, Librarian of Congress-

435

Murphey, Mrs. Alma, St. Louis, Mo.--

164

Murphey, John J., St. Louis, Mo..

165

National Federation of the Blind:

Certified audit of the accounts of the National Federation of the

Blind, 1957–59.

224-229

Roster of statewide and local organizations not affiliated with

the National Federation of the Blind...

311

Series of exchanges of correspondence between National Federa-

tion of the Blind (Jacobus ten Broek), and Secretary, Depart-
ment of Health, Education, and Welfare

354-360
Statements of 10 psychiatrists, volume IV, February 1, 1959.

26
O'Brien, Hon. Leo W., of New York, in support of H.R. 403.

338
Oliver, Stanley, Detroit, Mich...

178
Organizations of and for the blind.

446
O'Shaughnessy, Robert, Peoria, III.

113
Baum Electric Co., Santa Ana, Calif., R. E. Baker, foreman.. 150
Statement, prepared.

148
World Electric Co., Midway City, Calif

150

Powell, Hon. Adam Clayton, in support of H.R. 1878 and similar

bills

343

Rees, Hon. Edward H., Republican, of Kansas, on H.R. 3498, legisla-

Dition to protect the right of the blind to self-expression.-

336

Roosevelt, Hon. James, in support of the establishment of a Temporary
National Advisory Committee for the Blind..

314

Ross, Clyde E., Akron, Ohio.

131

Rutherford, Hon. J. T., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Texas.

387

Rutherford, Hon. J. T., of Texas, in support of H.R. 14.

387

Sherman, Allan W., exécutive director, the New York Association for

the Blind, New York, N.Y.--

366

Sikes, Congressman Bob, Democrat, of Florida, before the Subcom-

* mittee on Special Education..

182

Sikes, Hon. Robert F. L., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Florida..

Simmons, Harry E., executive director, Florida Council for the Blind,

Tampa, Fla.

Smith, Hon. Neal, Fifth District of Iowa.

434

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