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Excerpt from The Braille Review, Vol. 13: January, 1915
Miss smith, Holmwood, Weston-super - Mare, intends to hold another Sale of work done by the blind, next autumn. Per sons who are blind, or practically blind, and are desirous of disposing of articles which they themselves have made, and as a means whereby they may be enabled to earn a little money, are allowed to send goods, but no articles can be disposed of for Charities. Full particulars can be obtained from Miss Smith, if an addressed envelope bearing a half penny stamp is forwarded to her.
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isbn: 1331353939, 978-1331353935,
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