Guide Dogs for the Blind: Scrapbooks of Clippings

Three newspaper articles featuring stories about dogs who aid the blind.

Three newspaper articles: "Chicago Dogs Donated to Aid Blind", "Andy, Seeing-Eye Dog Brings Independence to Blind Man", and "Blind Piano Tuner Trains Airedale to Replace Dead 'Seeing Eye' Shepherd.

This digitized collection of scrapbooks contains clippings on the topic of guide dogs that spans 1924-1941. It is part of an extensive collection of Perkins scrapbooks that have been digitized and made available on the Internet Archive, where the volumes are text-searchable and available and available to download as an accessible DAISY file.  A complete list of the digitized scrapbook collection is available on the Perkins website.

Dogs for the Blind, 1924-1933 Vol. 1 
Dogs for the Blind, 1934-1935 Vol. 2 
Dogs for the Blind, 1936 Vol. 3 
Dogs for the Blind, 1937 Vol. 4 
Dogs for the Blind, 1938-1939 Vol. 5 
Dogs for the Blind, 1940-1941 Vol. 6 

Guide Dogs have been around for decades, helping visually impaired individuals navigate their way through the physical aspects of life. Read more about guide dogs here.

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