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Wait, William B. (William Bell), 1839-1916 Library of Congress/NACO

Wait, William B. 1839-1916 ISNI

William Bell Wait American educationalist Wikidata

VIAF ID: 9545786 (Personal)


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The economic value of scotoic labor or labor in the dark Library of Congress/NACO
The education of the blind : its progress and results Library of Congress/NACO
Key to the New York point system of tangible writing and printing for literature, instrumental and vocal music, and mathematics, designed for the use of the blind. Library of Congress/NACO
New aspects of the uniform type folly : an analysis of the scheme to destroy New York Point, American Braille, Roman Line and Moon Type, together with their vast accumulated resources of every kind, secure the adoption of British Braille, and create a type trust under the control of an international committee composed of only English-speaking members, with headquarters in a foreign country Library of Congress/NACO
New York Institution for the Blind, a general review of effort and progress, 1831-1907 Library of Congress/NACO
The New York system of punctography Library of Congress/NACO
Phases of punctography in relation to visual typography, writing, printing, bookbinding, and other features Library of Congress/NACO
Scripture passages, 1890: Library of Congress/NACO
Three special studies in the sociology of the blind Library of Congress/NACO
The true structural basis of punctographic systems of literature and music Library of Congress/NACO
The uniform type question : an examination of the report of the Uniform Type Committee of June, 1913 Library of Congress/NACO

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