Twenty Blind Girls "See" Miss Terry Act

Philadelphia Saturday Evening Post

While Miss Ellen Terry was at Washington recently, she visited the Congressional Library and took great interest in the pavilion of the blind, and listened with much astonishment when the superientendent said:—

"I am in hopes that in time we may secure free sittings for them in the theatres, as is done for them now on the Continent, where they can hear and enjoy the standard plays."

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