Baker Hall Residence for War Blinded

Blinded soldiers returning home from service required specialized training and rehabilitation processes to accommodate their new circumstances. The Canadian National Institute for the Blind sought to provide these services through the establishment of training centres such as Baker Hall in Toronto. Courses in Braille and typewriting were offered as initial steps towards further education and employment. 

The Canadian National Institute for the Blind. Baker Hall Residence for the War Blinded (Toronto, Ontario: 1950).
Booklet. 19 pages. 15.2 cm x 22.6 cm
Ley and Lois Smith War, Memory and Popular Culture Research Collection - The University of Western Ontario - London, Ontario
Second World War