2 edition of Union catalog of hand-copied books in braille found in the catalog.
Union catalog of hand-copied books in braille
Library of Congress. Division for the Blind
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Energy and matter
Italian at a glance
Tide and current investigations of the Coast and Geodetic Survey
The hound of the Baskervilles
Variational equations for certain homogeneous and inhomogeneous linear systems
National Museum of Korea.
Custom and myth.
A tribute of honour to the great and good men in France
Edward Burrough a wrestler for truth
National insurance (hospital in-patients) amendment regulations, 1952.
Economic efficiency of fire management programs at six national forests
Union Catalog of Hand-Copied Books in Braille by Library of Congress, Division for the Blind. Union catalog of hand-copied books in braille. Washington: Library of Congress, (OCoLC) Online version: Library of Congress.
Division for the Blind. Union catalog of hand-copied books in braille. Washington: Library of Congress, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Library of Congress. Division for the Blind. This Catalog includes titles from the Union Catalog of Hand-Copied Boo^s in Braille — Grade One, Grade Two, and Grade One and a Half, Transcribed by Volunteers of the American National Red Cross and Others, compiled in an d published by the Braille Transcribing Section of the Library of Con- gress inand from other catalogs issued from time to time.
Union catalog of hand-copied books in Braille. Library of Congress. "Arranged according the the Library of Congress classification, but for the convenience of readers the subjects have been listed alphabetically.
Compiled May, Get this from a library. Union catalog of hand-copied books in braille: supplement. [Library of Congress. Division for the Blind.]. Union catalog of hand-copied books in Braille--grade one, grade two, and grade one and a half.
The purpose is to provide a guide for locating books and, when used in conjunction with the Union Catalog of Hand-copied Boo\s in Braille and the Catalog of Press Braille Boo\s.
All of the books in this category are in Unified English Braille (UEB). Browse Print-Braille-and-Picture Books in Uncontracted Braille (in UEB) Print-Braille-and-Picture Books in Contracted Braille (in UEB) () Age Range: Approximate ages infant - 5 For pre-readers.
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Washington, U.S. Govt. Print Off., (OCoLC) Online version: Union catalog of hand-copied books in Braille -- grade one, grade two, and grade one and a half. National Library Service (NLS) is a free braille and talking book library service for people with temporary or permanent low vision, blindness, or a physical disability that prevents them from reading or holding the printed page.
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Pre-school picture books with the Uncontracted Braille added on clear plastic. All of the books in this category are in Unified English Braille (UEB). Ap All our staff are healthy, and Future Aids remains proudly open. Regular office hours are still in effect, but may be reduced in the coming weeks in response to decreased demand.
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Our collection of braille (BR) books is primarily in contracted (grade 2) braille, though we do have some uncontracted (grade 1) braille books for loan. The collection also includes combined print/braille picture books for young children, instructional braille books, and some hand-copied books.
The Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library (WTBBL) provides books and magazines in two formats: braille and audio recorded books. The collection numbers aboutitems and o different titles. Bestsellers, romances, mysteries, classics, sports and travel are just a few of the many subject areas to choose from.
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Books for youths — from preschool to young adult — are available in audio, braille, and print/braille formats. Registered borrowers learn of new books added to the collection through two bimonthly publications, Braille Book Review and Talking Book Topics. The NLS.Louis Braille and the Braille System Louis Braille In the French town of Coupvray, near Paris, there stands a little stone house that, inwas the home of the local harness maker, Simon René Braille, his wife Monique, and their growing family.
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