Workshop for the Blind

Description

In the early 1920s, John DW Bodfish advocated for the opening of workshops for the blind that would include a salesroom where the products of the shop would be sold. The work to be done included chair caning, reupholstering, and weaving.

Files

Chair Repair PNG.png

Citation

“Workshop for the Blind,” Institute for Clew Studies, accessed November 13, 2018, http://instituteforclewstudies.com/items/show/46.