10 images. National Convention of American Association of Workers for Blind-Statler, 12 July 1956. Colonel E.A. Baker (Toronto, Canada); Samuel F. Binns (Boston); J. Robert Atkinson; Reverend Daniel J. Munn; Mrs. Evelyn Ritter; Mrs. Elizabeth Haag; Doctor Newel Perry; Weida Frances Walker; Joseph F. Clunk; Robert Smithdas; W.C. Chapman.; Supplementary material reads: "Examiner exclusive -- Monday Layout; Photos by Gray; Story by Fredericks. These are the magic hands of the blind --- ten seeing eyes in their fingertips! Totally blind Dee Gates to the National Convention of American Association of Workers for the Blind, in Hotel Statler, showed how they do everything that a 'sighted' person does in daily living. Neg. Nos. 17, 34: Shaving with a straight-edge razon begins the day for Col. E.A. Baker, of Toronto, Canada, Managing Director of Canadian National Institute for the Blind. (get neg nos.) 16: A convention banquet held no terrors for Samuel F. Binns, of Boston, who eats 'by the clock'. He knows that the meat on his plate is at the center of the imaginary 'clock dial'. At 11 o'clock is roll and butter. At 1 o'clock salad and water. At 3 o'clock, he has been told, are potatoes on his plate, and further out a cup of coffee". For complete supplementary materials, see physical record.