Wanted: Berger Braille Typewriter
The Berger Braille typewriter was invented ca.1921 by M.O. Berger, a history professor at L'Institut National des Jeunes Aveugles (National Institute for Blind Children or Royal Institution for Blind Youth). The school still stands in Paris, France and it holds the distinction of being the first school in the world for the blind.
(Machine à écrire le Braille, Berger, blindenschreibmachine)
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