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Acosta, Robert, 442, 650

Adams, Andrew (U.S. Commissioner of Rehabilitation Services Administration), 394

Adjustment of the blind, 49 ff.

Adler, Alfred, 47

Affiliated Leadership League of and for the Blind of America (ALL), 453

Aid (State) to the Blind Advisory Committee, 81

AIDB Foundation, 936

Air Carrier Access Act of 1986, 538

Air Travel and the Blind: The Struggle for Equality, 531 ff.

Air Travel Rights for Blind Individuals Act (H.R. 3883 and S. 20098), 532

Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind, 483, 929 ff.

Alagiyawanna, Rienzi, 727

Alexander, Harold, 16

All-Story Braille Magazine, 871 ff.

American Association of Workers for the Blind (AAWB), 6, 68, 82, 91, 795

American Bar Association Journal, 660

American Blind People's Higher Education and General Improvement

Association, 6

American Brotherhood for the Blind (ABB), 880

American Council of the Blind (ACB), 117, 164-65, 614, 740, 742

American Foundation for the Blind (AFB)

Anxiety Scale for the Blind, 709 ff., 1017

      Delegates to World Blind Union North American/Caribbean Region, 740

      Generally, 7, 84, 742

American Library Association, Round Table on Library Services to the Blind, 848

Ammeter, Sue, 442

Anderson, Herbert (Iowa Insurance Commissioner), 435

Anderson, Jesse, 142-43

Anderson, Russell, 635

Anderson, Tom, 991

Archibald, A.L., 48 ff.

Architecture for the blind, 416

Are We Equal to the Challenge?, 218 ff.

Arkansas Enterprises for the Blind, 658

Arkansas Lighthouse for the Blind, 781

Arndt, Emil, 16, 132, 143

Asch, Adrienne, 812

Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired (AER), 740, 742, 1009

Aurora Club, 950

Back to Notre Dame, 664 ff.

Badger Association of the Blind (Wisconsin), 8

Bannister, Thomas, 947

Barden-La Follette Act of 1943, 15

Baring Bill, 76, 82, 197

Baring, Walter S., U.S. Congressman, 79, 188

Barker, Roger, 54

Barnett, M. Robert, 85, 310, 822

Barrett, Pat, 520, 901

Barrett, Trudy, 901

Beard, Edward, U.S. Congressman, 334

Beggars, blind, 104

Bill of Rights for the Blind, A, 36

Billey, Jacquilyn, 635, 999

Bizarre World of the Des Moines Register: Malicious and Reckless

Disregard of the Truth, The Braille Monitor, February, 1980), 447

Bjornseth, Martha, 960 ff.

Bjornseth, Rudolph, 960 ff.

Bleakly, Howard, 827

Bleecker, Richard, 857

Blind American, 168, 880

Blind and the Right to Organize, The, 107

Blind in School and Society, The (Hector Chevigny), 46

Blind Industries and Services of Maryland (BISM), 790-91, 953

Blind trades, 5

Blinded Veterans Association, 236, 740

Blindness

      "disaster", 289

      as punishment for sins, 3, 104

      sexuality and, 183-84

Blindness:

      Circle of Sophistry, The, 589 ff.

      Coming of the Third Generation, The, 623 ff.

      Concepts and Misconceptions 204 ff.

      Corner of Time, The, 471 ff.

      Handicap or Characteristic, 176 ff.

      Is History Against Us, 340

      Is Literature Against Us, 355

      Is the Public Against Us, 380

      Lessons of History, The, 453 ff.

      Myth and the Image, The, 289

      New Generation, The, 289

      New Insights on Old Outlooks, 271

      Of Visions and Vultures, 395

      Other Half of Inertia, The, 509 ff.

      Pattern of Freedom, The, 606 ff.

      Simplicity, Complexity, and the Public Mind, 488

      That's How It Is At the Top of the Stairs, 426

Blindness: Learning in New Dimensions (BLIND), 987 ff.

Body Braille, 707-08

Boring, Marie, 119

Braak, Geraldine, 742

Brademas, John, U.S. Congressman, 848-49

Braille Authority of North America (BANA), 555

Braille Monitor

       first issue, 877

       general, 107, 872

       Kenneth Jernigan becomes editor, 883

       print version begins, 879

       revival after civil war period, 884

       taped version begins, 878

Braille, Louis, Museum, Couperay, France, 740

Braille

Changing Attitudes, Changing Technology, 554 ff.

Pedagogy, Prejudice, and the Banner of Equality, 571 ff.

Brandon, Arthur, 811

Braverman, Sydell, 49

Brown, Charles, 527

Brown, Don, 831

Brown, Jerry, Governor of California, 862

Brown, Robert, 16

Brueckner, Richard J., 790

Buckley, Bob, 831

Burke, George, 143

Burlingame, Evelyn, 16

Burlingame, Gayle, 16, 24

Burns, Johnnie, 986

Burton, Phillip, U.S. Congressman, 188

Buttram, Victor, 143

California and Washington affiliate problems, 1979, 440-47

California Council of the Blind, 8

California Franchise Tax Board, 473

California School for the Blind, Alumni Association of, 8

Cameron, Don, 143

Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB), 740, 742

Capps, Donald, 143, 481, 653, 950

Carballo, James, 859 ff., 864 n.

Card, George, 60, 110, 135, 155 ff. 880 ff.

Caribbean Council for the Blind, 741

Central Committee of the Blind of Illinois, 8

Character and Function of Sheltered Workshops, The (Jacobus tenBroek), 750 ff.

Cheadle, Barbara, 582

Cheadle, John, 482

Checks and Balances, 88

Chevigny, Hector, 47, 49

Chicago Lighthouse for the Blind, 463, 764

China, organizations of the blind, 1-2

Chiropractic, 32

Chong, Peggy, 988

Christian Record Braille Foundation, 478

Cincinnati Association for the Blind, 462, 503, 649, 768

Circle of Sophistry, The, See Blindness: Circle of Sophistry, The

Civil Aeromedical Institute (CAMI), 542

Cleveland Society for the Blind, 861

Cobb, David, 127-28

Collins, Ed, 16

Colorado Center for the Blind, 990 ff.

Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind, 463, 860

Coming of the Third Generation, The, See Blindness: Coming of the

Third Generation, The

Commission on Standards and Accreditation of Services for the Blind (COMSTAC), 221, 795-98

Committee on the Status of Blind Women (NAR/WBU), 741 ff.

Compana Corporation, 386

Concepts and Misconceptions, See Blindness: Concepts and Misconceptions

Congregation and House of the Three Hundred, 2

Connecticut, 28

Consumerism: Improving the Service Delivery System, 1010 ff.

Contributory negligence, 243

Coppage, William T., 827

Corner of Time, The, See Blindness: Corner of Time, The

Cost of a Gift, The, 679 ff.

Coughlan, Barbara, 81

Coulter, Carol, 657

Council on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), 860

Cramer, Mike, 474-75

Cranberg, Gil, 444

Cranmer, T. V., 81

Croner, Dr. John, 827

Cross of Blindness, The, 94 ff.

Cutsforth, Thomas, 46

Daily living skills, negative attitudes in teaching, 599 ff.

Davis Richard, 994

Dawson, William T., 906 ff.

deBeer, Lucille, 16

DeConcini, Dennis, U.S. Senator, 335

Delaware Center for Vision Rehabilitation, 705

Delaware, 31

Depression, the Great, 9

Des Moines Register, 442 ff., 480

Diabetics Division, 997

Dickens, Wayne, 26

Dilemma of the Sheltered Shop Worker, The (Kenneth Jernigan), 781ff.

Discrimination Against the Blind, Specific Cases, 96 ff.

Dolan, Cleo, 419, 851-52, 861

Dole, Elizabeth, 633

Driggers, Jennifer, 907

Duffy, Sharon, 995, 998

Duncan, Debra, 657

Eating techniques, 278 ff.

Eckery, Lauren (Laurie), 1004 ff.

Eckery, Lynden, 1004 ff.

Eddleman, Christi, 912 ff.

Education of the blind, 100-01

Education, U.S. Office of, 849

Edwards, Karen, 525

Elizabethan Poor Laws, 4

Equal Employment Opportunity for the Handicapped Act, 334

Evansville Association for the Blind, 463

Ewell, Jason, 1024

Exemption, certificates of, 756

Fair Labor Standards Act, 27

Fair Labor Standards Act, 1986 Amendments, 781

Farmers, blind, 323-24

Federal Aviation Administration, 524-25, 542

Federation at Twenty-Five: Postview and Preview, The, 193 ff.

Fegan, Charles, 860

Fernandes, Joanne, 984 ff.

Field, Floyd S., 189

Fighting Discrimination and Promoting Equality of Opportunity, 744 ff.

Florida Bureau of Blind Services (Office of Services for the Blind), 850 ff.

Florida School for the Deaf and Blind, 903 ff.

Foianini, Premo, 483, 785

Ford, Susan, 582

Forshee, Ellis, 16

Free brotherhoods of the blind, 3, 8

Free Press Association, 154, 162

Freeman, Mary, 658

Fried, Dr. Jacob, 181

Friedlander Union of Philadelphia, 4

Friedman, Michael B., 515-16

Friendly Visitors, 70

Frontier Airlines, 499

Fucinari, Pauline, 648

Fundraising, 107, 160

Future of Education Innovation: Panacea or Pandemonium?,  283 ff.

Future Reflections, 582 ff.

Gallagher, William, 1016 ff.

Gallup Poll (1976) reflects public's fear of blindness, 413

Gardiner, Toni, 629

Garshwiler, Linda, 648

Gashel, James, 262, 330, 332, 535

Georgia Compromise, 140, 143

Gerchen, Bernie, 158

Gerstenberger, Duane, 482

Glasser, Dr. Melvin, 818

Gold, Sharon, 532, 957 ff.

Gomez, Pauline, 993

Gonzalez, Henry B., U.S. Congressman, 335

Gonzalez, Victor, 332

Goodpasture, Robert, 821-22

Governor Morehead School (North Carolina), 866-67

Governor's Conference on the Future of Education (Iowa, 1969), 283

Grant, Dr. Isabelle, 189, 723, 726, 729 ff.

Greenberg, Robert, 532

Gregory, Patti, 902

Guide Dogs for the Blind, Incorporated, 629 ff.

Guilds for the blind, 2

Gurmankin, Judy, 648

Haas, Jared, 533

Hall, Frank, 16

Hammond, Floyd, 827

Handel, Alexander, 796, 811

Handicapped, U.S. Bureau of Education for the, 849

Handicap or Characteristic, See Blindness: Handicap or Characteristic

Hanson, Howard H., 81, 827

Harris, Allen, 982 ff.

Harrison, Eleanor, 143

Hartenstine, Dennis, 907, 928

Hartigan, Neil, Attorney General of Illinois, 532-33

Hartke Bill, 188

Hartke, Vance, U.S. Senator, 188

Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, 679

Harvey, Paul, 396 ff.

Hastalis, Steven, 635

Hauy, Valentine, 4

Have Our Blind Social Security?  (Jacobus tenBroek, 1940), 17 ff.

Hawkins, Jack, 931 ff.

Haynes, Clarence, 940, 947

Hays, Harry E., 81

      He Walks By A Faith Justified By Law,  233 ff.

Health, Education, and Welfare, U.S. Department of, 92, 278

Henderson, George, Jr., 828

Henderson, Raymond, 27, 110, 120, 262

Hendrie, Joseph M., (Chairman, Federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission), 336

Herie, Dr. Euclid, 740, 742

Hines, Harry L., 81

Hingson, Mike, 529, 635, 644

Hoey, Jane (Director, U.S. Bureau of Public Assistance), 24 ff.

Hoffman, Glenn, 16

Hollings, Ernest F., U.S. Senator, 532

Holmes, Walter, 552

Housing, discrimination in, 276

Houston Lighthouse for the Blind, 462, 768 ff.

Howard University, 325

Howe, Samuel Gridley, 4

Howell, Marlo, 16

Humphrey, Hubert H., Vice President of the United States, 187, 203

Illinois Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, 862

Illinois, Independent Blind of, 857

Inchausti, Ethel, 951 ff.

Industrial Home for the Blind of Brooklyn, 463

Inside NAC , 824 ff.

Institute of Blind Rehabilitation of Western Michigan University, 278

International Federation of the Blind, 186-87, 719

      adopts constitution, 727

      NFB withdraws, 737 ff.

Iowa Association of the Blind, 114

Iowa Commission for the Blind, 262, 652

Iowa Insurance Commissioner (Herbert Anderson), 435

Iowa, 31, 441

Is History Against Us, See Blindness: Is History Against Us

Is Literature Against Us, See Blindness: Is Literature Against Us

Is the Public Against Us, See Blindness: Is the Public Against Us

Jacobson, Nadine, 635

Jacobson, Patti, 400

Jacobson, Steve, 635, 962

Jacobus tenBroek: Man and The Movement, The  (Kenneth Jernigan), 226 ff.

Jasper, Malcolm, 81

Javits-Wagner-O'Day Act, 762

Jaworski, Joseph, 816

Jernigan, Kenneth

      Air Travel and the Blind: The Struggle for Equality  (1988), 531 ff.

       appears as national leader, 111

       as director of Iowa Commission for the Blind, 111 ff., 174

       Blindness: Circle of Sophistry, The  (1984), 589 ff.

       Blindness: Coming of the Third Generation  (1986), 623 ff.

       Blindness: Concepts and Misconceptions, 204 ff.

       Blindness: Corner of Time, The  (1981), 471 ff.

       Blindness: Handicap or Characteristic  (1963), 176 ff.

       Blindness: Is History Against Us  (1973), 340 ff.

       Blindness: Is Literature Against Us  (1974), 355 ff.

       Blindness: Is the Public Against Us  (1975), 380 ff.

       Blindness: Lessons of History, The  (1980), 453 ff.

       Blindness: Milestones and Millstones  (1968), 250 ff.

       Blindness: Myth and the Image, The  (1970), 289 ff.

       Blindness: New Generation, The  (1972), 317 ff.

       Blindness: New Insights on Old Outlooks  (1969), 271 ff.

       Blindness: Other Half of Inertia, The  (1983), 509 ff.

       Blindness: Pattern of Freedom, The  (1985), 606 ff.

       Blindness: Simplicity, Complexity, and the Public Mind  (1982), 488 ff.

       Blindness: That's How It Is At the Top Of the Stairs  (1979), 426 ff.

       Blindness: Visions and Vultures, Of  (1976), 395 ff.

      Correspondence,  968 ff.

      Dilemma of the Sheltered Shop Worker  (1989), 781 ff.

      early assessment of leadership ability, 169 ff.

      elected First Vice President (1959), 143

      Fighting Discrimination and Promoting Equality of Opportunity (1988), 744

      first National Convention, 59

      Future of Education Innovation: Panacea or Pandemonium?, The,  283 ff.

      gives banquet speech at 1963 convention, 176

      Left-Handed Dissertation: Open Letter to a Federationist, A (1973), 372 ff.

      NAC: Response to Bigotry,  811 ff.

      NAC: What Price Accreditation, A Report to the Members of the

      National Federation of the Blind on COMSTAC and NAC  (1971), 789 ff.

      president, North American/Caribbean Region, World Blind Union, 739

      Regional Report to World Blind Union, Madrid, Spain, 1988,  739 ff.

      Report To the Members  (1980), 247 ff.

      resigns as First Vice President (1960), 144 ff.

      resigns presidency, 1977, 441

      second editor of Braille Monitor,  882

      To Every Thing There Is A Season  (1977), 410 ff.

      To Man the Barricades  (1971), 301 ff.

      undergraduate career, 172 ff.

      writes first edition of "Who are the Blind Who Lead the Blind" and

      "What is the National Federation of the Blind", 60

Jewish Braille Institute of America, 181

Job Opportunities for the Blind Program (JOB), 660, 996

Johnson, Ed, Governor of Colorado, wins 1953 Newell Perry Award, 60

Johnstone, Dick, 459 ff.

Kansas City Association of the Blind, 885

Kansas State Services for the Blind, 865

Kempf, Raymond, 855

Kennedy Bill, 61, 82, 87, 92, 197

Kennedy, John F., U.S. Senator, 61

Kennedy, Robert F., U.S. Senator, 187, 201 ff.

Kester, Enoch, 16

Kettner, Lawrence, 461, 853

Kidder, Merle, 81

Killian, Junerose, 400

Killian, Sheila, 657

Kirsch, Verla, 541

Kirschner Case, 646

Kirsner, Mrs. Alvin, 443

Kiser, Craig S., 924

Kitchens for the blind, 690

Klein, Johann, 4

Kletzing, Russell, 143, 214

Kogar, George, 786

Korn, Arthur, 848

Krause, David, 143, 160

Kruger, Nancy, 531

Labor, U.S. Department of, Sheltered Workshop Committee, 752

 Language and the Future of the Blind,  702 ff.

Larkin, Joseph, 483

Larsen, Duncan, 991

Latham, Glen, 594

Law, Sheryl, 991

Leadership seminars, 268-70

Leblond, Connie, 657

Lee, Blair, Acting Governor of Maryland, 858

Left-Handed Dissertation: An Open Letter to a Federationist, A, 372 ff.

Leiterman, Mike, 1024

Lessons of History, The, See Blindness: Lessons of History, The

Library of Congress, 312

Liechty, Howard M., 223

Lien, Torger, 961 ff.

Lions Clubs of America, 79, 235

Little Kennedy Bills, 93

Louisiana Center for the Blind, 984 ff.

Lucas, Thomas J., 81

Maas, General Melvin, 236

MacFarland, Dr. D.C., 378-79

Mack, Grant, 982

Main, Mary, 964 ff.

Maine Department of Human Services, Division of Eye Care, 696

Mannino, Anthony, 169

Marcelino, Lawrence (Muzzy), 262, 533

March on Washington, 330 ff.

Marque, Sheila, 698

Martinez, Bob, Governor of Florida, 916

Mary Bryant Home for Blind Men and Women, 675 ff.

Maryland Attorney General's ruling on airline seating regulations, 532

Massage, 101

Matilda Ziegler Magazine for the Blind, 223, 551

Maurer, Marc

       Back to Notre Dame  (1987), 664 ff.

       Cost of a Gift, The  (1987), 679 ff.

       early training in Iowa, 652

       general, 262

       gives first banquet address in 1987, 662-64

       Language and the Future of the Blind  (1989), 702 ff.

       Preparation and the Critical Nudge  (1988), 684 ff.

       To Establish Justice: The Law and the Organized Blind Movement (1983), 642 ff.

Maurer, Patricia, 632

Mayry, Karen, 997 ff.

McCann, Mary, 16

McConnell, Donald, 888 ff.

McCormick, John, 187

McCraw, Connie, 953 ff.

McCraw, John, 953 ff.

McDaniel, Durward, 118, 820

McDonald, Fred, 856, 862

McDonald, Walter, 88, 142

McGeorge, Diane, 499, 635, 983, 990 ff.

McKeever, Larry, 885

McManus, Terry, 634-35

McNutt, Paul V. (Administrator of Social Security Agency), 24

Meeker, William, 531

Michigan Commission for the Blind, 982

Michigan School for the Blind, 865

Middle Ages, Guilds and Brotherhoods of the Blind during, 2

Miller, Oral, 742

Mills, Tom, 941 ff.

Minneapolis Society for the Blind, 444, 448 ff., 853 ff.

Minneapolis Star and Tribune,  445

Mississippi Industries for the Blind, 869

Missouri School for the Blind, 6

Mister Magoo, 387

Model White Cane Law, 224, 241

Moon Type, 555

Morris, Donald, 825

Moss, Frank, U.S. Senator, 188

Moynihan, Jim, 635

Mumford, Lewis, 3

Mungovan, John F., 82

Munn, Tom, 391

Munson, Patricia, 959

Murdock, J.E., III, 525 ff.

Murphey, Alma, 142-43

Mutual Federation of the Blind (Ohio), 8

Myerson, Lee, 54

Myth and the Image, The, See Blindness, Myth and the Image, The

NAC: Response to Bigotry,  811 ff.

NAC: What Price Accreditation, A Report to the Members of the National Federation of the Blind on COMSTAC and NAC,  798 ff.

Nagle, John, 142

Nash, Jesse, 649

National Accreditation Council for Agencies Serving the Blind and Visually Handicapped (NAC)

      American Library Association declares NAC library standards irrelevant, 848

      Article Analysis: An Open Letter to Directors of Agencies Serving the Blind Concerning NAC
      and Its Accreditation Practices,  841 ff.

      attacks organized blind leadership, 480 ff.

      dependence on American Foundation for the Blind for funding, 801

      Federationists picket NAC board meeting in Chicago, 1973, 831-36

      forms National Committee for the Advancement of Standard (NCAS), 858

      generally, 325; 366

      headquarters picketed by Federationists, 1973, 836 ff.

      loses accredited agencies in 1986 and 1987, 865-69

      loses federal funding, 394; 848

     statement of understanding among National Accreditation Council,

National Industries for the Blind, and General Council of Workshops for the Blind, 803

 U.S. Bureau of Education for the Handicapped rejects grant proposal, 1976, 849

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), 706

National Association of Blind Educators, 571

National Association of Parents of the Visually Impaired (NAPVI), 583

National Braille Association, 868

National Center for the Blind, 659

National Committee for the Advancement of Standards (NCAS), 859 ff.

National Committee on Employment of Physically Handicapped, 236

National Conventions

      1940, 16 ff.

      1941, 26

      1942, 27

      1944, 29 ff.

      1946, 36

      1949, 59

      1950, 59

      1951, 59

      1952, 59

      1954, 60

      1956, 59, 62

      1957, 73

      1958, 139

      1959, 140

      1960, 59, 143

      1961, 163 ff.

      1962, 229

      1963, 175

      1965, 187 ff.

      1966, 214 ff.

      1967, 217 ff.

      1971, 300

      1972, 316

      1975, 379

      1979, 425, 446

      1980, 448

      1981, 469

      1988, 683 ff.

      1989, 700-702

National Council of State Agencies for the Blind, 464

National Federation of the Blind (NFB) constitution, 16, Appendix A, Appendix D

     founding convention, 16

     suspension of affiliates, 1960, 154

National Industries for the Blind, 333, 693, 795

National Labor Relations Board, 462, 763-64

National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped of the Library of Congress (NLS), 561, 740

National Press Club, 380

National Public Radio, 380

National Rehabilitation Association, 795

Nebraska, 24, 31

Needs tests, 21

Neurotic Blind and the Neurotic Sighted: Twin Psychological Fallacies, The,  44 ff.

New Generation, The, See Blindness, New Generation, The

New Insights on Old Outlooks, See Blindness, New Insights on Old Outlooks

New Jersey, 31

New Mexico Commission for the Blind, 992 ff.

New Outlook for the Blind , 223

New York Association for the Blind, 463

New York Blind Aid Association, 4

New Yorker Magazine Features NFB President, 108 ff.

New, Anne, 814, 838

Newel Perry Award, 203, 726

Nicole, Andre, 740

Norman, Nancy, 901

North Dakota, 31

Northeastern Association of the Blind, 514

Noyes, Jansen, 801

Occupations of blind persons, 95, 298

Of Braille Memories and the Matilda Ziegler,  546 ff.

Oklahoma University, Office of Research Administration, 543

Omvig, James, 262, 657

One Day in the Life of Me,  611 ff.

Optacon, 561

Oral Roberts University, 297

Oregon, 31

Orientation Center for the Blind, Oakland, California, 114

Other Half of Inertia, The, See  Blindness: Other Half of Inertia, The

Overbey, Mary Ann, 497

Page, Homer, 1000 ff.

Parents of Blind Children, 581 ff.

Parkman, James, 850

Parliament of Man, The Federation of the World, The,  723 ff.

Parrish Case, 646

Pattern of Freedom, The, See  Blindness: Pattern of Freedom, The

Pattison, Joseph, 995

Peace Corps, 273

Peay, Ed, 786

Pennsylvania Federation of the Blind, 8

Pennsylvania, National Federation of the Blind of, 638

Pensions for the blind, 23

Peppe, Dr. Patrick, 812 ff.

Pepper, Morton, 828

Perkins, Carl, U.S. Congressman, 334

Perry, Newel, Founds Alumni Association of California School for the Blind, 8

Perry, Newel, General, 24, 261, Appendix A

Phillips, Foy, 525

Pickle, J.J., U.S. Congressman, 335

Pierce, Barbara, 402, 903

Pinder, Peggy, 262, 535, 578-79, 635

Pinebrook Report , 91

Pogorelc, Robert, 859

Poor Laws, 754

Powell, Oscar (Executive Director of Social Security Board), 24

Prentice, Sally, 522

Preparation and the Critical Nudge,  684 ff.

Price, Kingsley, 111

Profile of a Trailblazer  (Anthony Mannino), 169

Preuitt, Jim, Alabama State Senator, 944 ff.

Public Facilities Locator for the Blind, 332

Rabby, Rami, 481, 734-36

Randall, Catherine Horn, 1000

Randolph, Jennings, U.S. Senator, 332

Randolph-Sheppard Act Amendments of 1974, 332

Randolph-Sheppard Act of 1936, 15

Ray, Robert, Governor of Iowa, 858

Reagan, Ronald, President of the United States, 588

Reagan, Virginia A., 553, 648

Rehabilitation Services Administration, U.S. Commissioner of (Andrew Adams), 394

Reihing, Mary Ellen (same as Gabias, Mary Ellen), 564 ff.; 635

Rennard, Frank, 16

Report to the Members  (1980), 247

Residential schools for the blind, 4-5

Rhode Island State Services for the Blind, 867

Rice, B.P. Gap, 171

Right to Live in the World: The Disabled in the Law of Torts, The, 240

Riley, Bob, Lt. Governor of Arkansas, 828

Rives, Louis, 436, 828, 848

Robb, John, 618

Roberts, William T., 973 ff.

Robinson, Dan, 828

Robrahn, Reese, 819, 855

Rosten, Jesse, 444

Royal National Institute for the Blind, 660

Royball, Edward R., U.S. Congressman, 192

Rushton, Ben, 659

Ryles, Dan, 1020

Ryles, Ruby, 1020

Saille, Al, 648

Salmon, Peter, 463, 826

Sammons, Edgar, 437 ff.

Sanders, Judy, 635, 648, 988

Sanders, Ralph, 409, 824

Saturday Night Live , 687-88

Scanlan, Joyce, 452, 987

Schlingheyde, Leslie, 120

Schluntz, Dr. H.F., 114

Scholarship program of the National Federation of the Blind, 557 ff.

Scholl, Geraldine, 828

Schools for the Blind, Alumni Associations of, 4, 6

Schottland, Charles, 122

Schreiber, Arthur, 993

Schreiber, Dennis, 857

Schroeder, Frederic, 571, 992 ff.

Schumann, Ellen, 648

Scocozza, Matthew, 537

Segal, Arthur, 332

Shah, Fatima, 190, 723, 727

Shandrow, Betty, 1022

Shandrow, Darrell, 1022

Sheltered Workshop Division, 763

Sheltered Workshops of San Diego, Inc. v. United Associations of Handicapped, 755

Sheltered Workshops exemption, certificates of, 756

     origins, 6, 750 ff.

     religious ties of workshop movement, 753

Siegelman, Don, Attorney General of Alabama, 933 ff.

Simmons, Priscilla, 1002

Simplicity, Complexity, and the Public Mind , See  Blindness: Simplicity, Complexity, and the Public Mind

Sitt, Gertrude, 980

Sitt, Sam, 980

Skaggs, David, U.S. Congressman, 1003

Smith, Eric, 998

Smith, Frank, 583

Smith, Glenda, 583

Snider, Harold, 482

Social Security Act of 1935, 9, 18, 335

Social Security Board, 10

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), 331

Sofka, James, 332

Sommers, Vita Stein, 52

Sontag, Joseph, 531

Sonntag, Dr. Franz, 736 ff.

South Dakota, 31

Southwest Lighthouse for the Blind, Lubbock, Texas, 787 ff.

Spies, the blind as, 345-45

Sprague, Wesley, 463, 846

Spungin, Dr. Susan, 742; 1017

St. Louis Lighthouse for the Blind, 221

St. Louis Society for the Blind, 479

Staley, Ruth Hazel, 521, 999-1000

Stanzel, Dean, 650

Stayer, David, 514 ff.

Step-By-Step Guide to Personal Management for Blind Persons, A , 306 ff.

Stevens Brothers Foundation, 293

Stocker, Clifford A., 81

Storey, Fred, 817, 828

Stromer, Walter, 611 ff.

Subminimum wage certificates for handicapped workers, 305

Subminimum wages, 327

Sullivan, Harry Stack, 52

Sumner, Dean, 143

Sunquist, Perry, 81, 11, 168, 262, 872, 886

Surveys of Colorado and Arkansas programs, 60

Swenson, Ruth, 1023

Swimming for the blind, 319 ff.

Switzer, Mary, 129, 801

Talking books, 302

Taylor, John, 163, 168, 825 ff.

Taylor, William, 130, 232

Teamsters, International Brotherhood of, 764

tenBroek, Hazel

     attends National Federation of the Blind founding convention, 1940, 16

     becomes associate editor of the Braille Monitor,  886

tenBroek, Jacobus

      A Bill of Rights for the Blind,  24 ff.

      Are We Equal To the Challenge?,  218 ff.

      Character and Function of Sheltered Workshops, The  (1962), 750 ff.

      Cross of Blindness, The,  94 ff.

      death, 225

      Federation At Twenty-Five: Postview and Preview, The,  193 ff.

      Have Our Blind Social Security?,  17 ff.

      He Walks By A Faith Justified By Law,  233 ff.

      interview with the New Yorker Magazine,  108 ff.

      memorialized, 226 ff.

      Neurotic Blind and the Neurotic Sighted: Twin Psychological Fallacies, The,  44 ff.

      organizes the National Federation of the Blind, 13, 16

      Parliament of Man, The Federation of the World, The  (1964), 723 ff.

      re-elected President in 1959, 143

      resigns as National Federation of the Blind President, 1961, 163-63

      resumes presidency, 1966, 215-17

      Right To Live in the World: The Disabled in the Law of the Torts, The,  240

      the Work of the National Federation of the Blind, 29 ff.

      Three Rights and Three Hundred Thousand Wronged,  74 ff.

      Within the Grace of God,  62 ff.

tenBroek, Nicolaas, Jr., 227

tenBroek, Nicolaas, Sr., 227

Tennessee Polytechnic Institute, 172

Tennessee School for the Blind, 114, 546

That's How It Is At the Top of the Stairs , See  Blindness: That's How It Is At the Top of the Stairs

Thermoform, 560

Thomas, James, 904

Three Rights and Three Hundred Thousand Wronged,  74 ff.

Tinsley, Tuck, 926 ff.

To Establish Justice: The Law and the Organized Blind Movement, 642 ff.

To Every Thing There Is A Season,  410 ff.

To Man the Barricades,  301 ff.

Today Show,  824

Toward Independence, The Use of Instructional Objectives in Teaching Daily Living Skills to the Blind,  599 ff.

Traficant, James A., U.S. Congressman, 532

Treatman, David, 16

Trees, Frances, 675

United States Association for Blind Athletes, 597

Upshaw, McCallister, 826

Uribes, Michael, 619

Utah State Agency for the Blind, 483

Vaughan, C. Edwin, 2

Vending program, 73, 91, 332

Vermeij, Geerat, 657

Virginia Industries for the Blind, 785 ff.

Visions and Vultures, Of, See Blindness: Of Visions and Vultures

Vocational Rehabilitation, U.S. Office of, 92, 794

Vocational rehabilitation, 9, 15, 304

Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA), 273

VonHentig, Hans, 52

Wagner-O'Day Act, 645

Walhof, Ramona, 262, 425, 482, 635, 898

Walker, Barbara, 270

Walker, Joanne, 648

War on Poverty, 273

Ward, Gertrude, 973 ff.

Washington Seminar, 330

Washington, 31

Ways and Means, Augusta, Georgia, 885

Weckerly, Evelyn, 648

Welsh, Richard L., 564 ff.

What is the National Federation of the Blind,  60

White Cane Day, 80

White Cane Safety Day, 231

Who Are the Blind Who Lead the Blind,  60, Appendix B

Williams, Brenda, 526

Williams, Gwendolyn, 981 ff.

Williams, Harrison, U.S. Senator, 334

Willoughby, Doris, 585

Within the Grace of God  (Jacobus tenBroek, 1956) 63 ff.

Wood, Angie, 991

Woolley, J.M., 830

Wooten, Calvin, 940

Work of the National Federation of the Blind, The , 29 ff.

Workhouses and almshouses as precursors of sheltered workshops, 754

World Blind Union, 739

World Congress of the Jewish Blind, 728

World Council for the Welfare of the Blind (WCWB), 221, 719

Worley, Deborah, 656

Worley, Kevan, 656

Wright, Pat, 325

Yates, Donna, 650

Yeadon, Anne, 599

Youngstown (Ohio) Society for the Blind, 860

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