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                             Jacobus tenBroek Library
                                 Resource Guide
                                      2007




Jacobus tenBroek Library
Jernigan Institute
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND
1800 Johnson Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 659-9314, ext. 2287
Fax (410) 685-2340
JtBlibrary@nfb.org
www.nfb.org/nfb/JtBLibrary.asp




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TABLE OF CONTENTS


INTRODUCTION


KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS


LITERATURE
     NFB Publications
     Affiliates/Chapters
     Braille
     Children and Youth
     Daily Living
     Diabetes
     Discrimination
     Education
     Employment
     Government
     History
     Low Vision
     NFB Jernigan Institute
     Parents
     Philosophy
     Public Relations
     Recreation
     Rehabilitation/Training
     Seniors
     Social Security
     Spanish
     Speeches, Reports, and Resolutions (NFB National Convention)
     Technology
     Miscellaneous
     Brochures and Forms
     Information Packets


PRODUCTS
    Canes
    Directional Devices
    Housewares

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      Leisure Activities
      Low Vision
      Magnifiers
      Mathematical Aids
      Measuring Devices
      Medical Devices
      Recording and Playback Devices and Accessories
      Sleep Shades
      Timekeeping Devices
      Writing Supplies


GIFT CERTIFICATES


SPECIALTY ITEMS


SHIPPING AND HANDLING


RETURN POLICY


WARRANTIES AND GUARANTEES


ORDER FORM




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INTRODUCTION

This Resource Guide is provided to you by the Jacobus tenBroek Library of the
National Federation of the Blind (NFB) Jernigan Institute. This guide gives a brief
overview of our library and lists the free literature and the blindness-related
resources and products available through our Independence Market.

Our library, named in honor of the founder of the National Federation of the Blind, is
dedicated to telling the story of blindness from the perspective of blind people. The
Jacobus tenBroek Library, encompassing over 16,000 square feet, houses
materials in multiple formats including Braille and large print as well as audio and
electronic files. An environmentally controlled archive stores our most valuable
items. We also have accessible exhibits that illustrate the achievements of blind
people.

Our collection includes materials chronicling the history of the organized blind
movement as well as a wide range of historical and contemporary material written
by blind authors and material written for the blind. We also have the papers of Dr.
Jacobus tenBroek, the founding president of the NFB and a distinguished blind
professor who taught at the University of California at Berkeley from 1942 to 1968.
Dr. tenBroek is well known for his writings on constitutional law, reforming social
welfare, and promoting immigrant rights. In addition, Dr. tenBroek’s perspective on
blindness became the philosophical underpinning of the NFB.

The library also houses audio and video footage of advocacy efforts taken over the
last forty years, model rehabilitation programs, NFB national conventions, historic
speeches of the Federation, as well as the extensive writings of our beloved leader
and past president, Kenneth Jernigan, and of our current President, Marc Maurer,
who has led us since 1986.

We are a research library, not a lending library. As such, we welcome professionals
in the blindness field, researchers, blind people, their friends and family, and the
general public to visit our collection in person or via the Web at
www.nfb.org/nfb/JtBLibrary.asp. Please contact our reference desk at the number
listed below if you have questions about our collection. We will be happy to assist
you.

The National Federation of the Blind Independence Market, housed in the Jacobus
tenBroek Library, features blindness-related literature, resources, and products
helpful to those who are blind or experiencing vision loss and to their friends and
families. Our extensive free literature collection includes how-to materials as well as

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inspirational and thoughtful speeches, articles, and stories on all aspects and
experiences of blindness from the perspective of the blind person. Taken
separately, each piece of literature or story may reveal one person’s experience or
thoughts as a blind person. However, taken as a whole, there is a unifying thread
throughout the literature that conveys the truth that the real problem concerning
blindness is the misconceptions that people have about it. Collectively the literature
tells the story of the organized blind’s efforts to promote equality for all people in all
aspects of life.

This literature is available in alternative formats including Braille, cassette, print, and
electronic (through our Web site.) The blindness-related products that we carry
(such as canes, talking watches and clocks, measuring devices, housewares, etc.)
are provided because they offer a means for the user to perform the everyday tasks
necessary to live independent and full lives.

The free literature and the blindness-related products offered by our library are
listed in this guide. Items may be ordered via standard mail using the enclosed
order form, via e-mail at IndependenceMarket@nfb.org, or online at www.nfb.org.
Orders may also be placed by telephone at (410) 659-9314, extension 2216,
Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST. Visitors to the Jacobus
tenBroek Library may also obtain these items from our Independence Market in
person.


For more information, please contact us at:

Jacobus tenBroek Library
Jernigan Institute
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND
1800 Johnson Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 659-9314, ext. 2287
Fax (410) 685-2340
JtBlibrary@nfb.org
www.nfb.org/nfb/JtBLibrary.asp




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KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS


FORMAT
B:  Braille
C2: Cassette (2-Track)
C4: Cassette (4-Track)
CD: Compact Disc
DV: DVD
FD: Floppy Disk
HB: Hardback (Print)
P:  Print
PB: Paperback (Print)
V:  Various
VC: Video Cassette (VHS 1/2-inch videotape)
OTHER
CS: Case
N/C: No Cost




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LITERATURE

Items are briefly described below followed by the item code, available formats, and
price.

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NFB Publications

BRAILLE MONITOR
A magazine of the NFB, published 11 times a year. Issues are available from
January 1978 to the present in Braille and print and from August 1985 to the present
on 4-track cassette. (Replace YY and MM in the item code below with the two-digit
year and month desired. Please also specify the preferred format.)
                                                      MYYMM B/C4/P          N/C

FUTURE REFLECTIONS
A magazine for parents and teachers of blind children. The quarterly publication of
the National Organization of Parents of Blind Children, a division of the NFB, is
available from October 1981 (Volume 1, Number 1) to 2005 in print and on 2-track
cassette and from 2006 to the present in print and on 4-track cassette. (Replace VV
and II in the item code below with the two-digit volume and issue desired. Please
also specify the preferred format.)
                                                      FVVII       C2/C4/P N/C

VOICE OF THE DIABETIC
The quarterly publication of the Diabetes Action Network, a division of the NFB.
This is available for the current year only in print or on 4-track cassette. Please
specify the two-digit volume number and issue number (e.g. Winter 2006 is V2101)
and the preferred format.                                VVVII       C4/P       N/C

NFB Magazine Order Form                                              LBM41          P          N/C

Voice of the Diabetic Subscription Form                              LBS54          P          N/C

KERNEL BOOKS
A series of books containing inspirational stories written by blind people about
themselves. There is no charge for Kernel Books as long as supplies last.




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What Color Is the Sun (Volume 1)                               LSA33    P        N/C
                       Case of 50 (Print)                      LSA33    CS       N/C

The Freedom Bell (Volume 2)                                    LSA35    C2/P     N/C
                      Case of 50 (Print)                       LSA35    CS       N/C
                      Spanish                                  LSA35S   C2       N/C

As the Twig Is Bent (Volume 3)                                 LSA42    B        N/C
                       Spanish                                 LSA42S   C2       N/C

Making Hay (Volume 4)                                          LSA43    C2/P     N/C
                     Case of 50 (Print)                        LSA43    CS       N/C
                     Spanish                                   LSA43S   C2       N/C

The Journey (Volume 5)                                         LSA45    B/C2/P   N/C
                     Case of 50 (Print)                        LSA45    CS       N/C
                     Spanish                                   LSA45S   C2/P     N/C

Standing on One Foot (Volume 6)                                LSA50    C2/P     N/C
                      Case of 50 (Print)                       LSA50    CS       N/C

When the Blizzard Blows (Volume 7)                             LSA51    B/P      N/C
                      Case of 50 (Print)                       LSA51    CS       N/C

Toothpaste and Railroad Tracks (Volume 8)                      LSA53    C2/P     N/C
                      Case of 50 (Print)                       LSA53    CS       N/C

Tapping the Charcoal (Volume 9)                                LSA56    C2/P     N/C
                      Case of 50 (Print)                       LSA56    CS       N/C

Old Dogs and New Tricks (Volume 10)                            LSA59    C2/P     N/C
                     Case of 50 (Print)                        LSA59    CS       N/C

Beginnings and Blueprints (Volume 11)                          LSA60    C2/P     N/C
                      Case of 50 (Print)                       LSA60    CS       N/C

Like Cats and Dogs (Volume 12)                                 LSA62    P        N/C
                      Case of 50 (Print)                       LSA62    CS       N/C

Wall-to-Wall Thanksgiving (Volume 13)                          LSA65    B/P      N/C
                      Case of 50 (Print)                       LSA65    CS       N/C


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Gray Pancakes and Gold Horses (Volume 14)                      LSA66   B/C2/P   N/C
                    Case of 50 (Print)                         LSA66   CS       N/C

To Touch the Untouchable Dream (Volume 15)                     LSA68   B/P      N/C
                     Case of 50 (Print)                        LSA68   CS       N/C

Remember to Feed the Kittens (Volume 16)                       LSA69   B/P      N/C
                    Case of 50 (Print)                         LSA69   CS       N/C

Reflecting the Flame (Volume 17)                               LSA70   B/P      N/C
                       Case of 50 (Print)                      LSA70   CS       N/C

Oh, Wow! (Volume 18)                                           LSA72   C2/P     N/C
                          Case of 50 (Print)                   LSA72   CS       N/C

I Can Feel Blue on Monday (Volume 19)                          LSA73   B/P      N/C
                      Case of 50 (Print)                       LSA73   CS       N/C

Reaching for the Top in the Land Down Under (Volume 20)
                                                 LSA76                 B/P      N/C
                       Case of 50 (Print)        LSA76                 CS       N/C

Safari (Volume 21)                                             LSA81   B/P      N/C
                          Case of 50 (Print)                   LSA81   CS       N/C

Summit (Volume 22)                                             LSA83   B/P      N/C
                          Case of 50 (Print)                   LSA83   CS       N/C

Not Much of a Muchness (Volume 23)                             LSA86   P        N/C
                    Case of 50 (Print)                         LSA86   CS       N/C

The Car, the Sled, and the Butch Wax (Volume 24) LSA92                 P        N/C
                       Case of 50 (Print)        LSA92                 CS       N/C

To Reach for the Stars (Volume 25)                             LSA96   B/P      N/C
                       Case of 50 (Print)                      LSA96   CS       N/C

The Lessons of the Earth (Volume 26)                           LSA97   B/P      N/C
                      Case of 50 (Print)                       LSA97   CS       N/C



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Imagine (Volume 27)                                                  LSA98          B/P        N/C
                              Case of 50 (Print)                     LSA98          CS         N/C

Celebrate (Volume 28)                                                LSA99          P          N/C
                              Case of 50 (Print)                     LSA99          CS         N/C

Beyond the Funny Tree (Volume 29)                                    LSA100         P          N/C
                     Case of 50 (Print)                              LSA100         CS         N/C

Freedom (Volume 30)                                                  LSA101         C2         N/C

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Affiliates/Chapters

A Conversation with Whozit                                           LBC50          B/P        N/C

Cabbage, Bread, and Dough                                            LBC60          P          N/C

Constitution of the NFB as Amended 1986                              LBC07          B/P        N/C

Convention Adopts Resolution Against Coalitions                      LBC11          B/P        N/C

Event Task Planning Guide                                            LBE11          P          N/C

First-Timer’s Guide to the NFB National Convention LBL26                            B/C2/P     N/C
                        Spanish                    LBL26S                           C2/P       N/C

Fundraising Seminar: 1999 (NFB)                                      LBF14          C2         N/C

Local Organizations of the Blind: How to Build and Strengthen Them
                                                    LBL17      B/P                             N/C

The Local, State, and National Organization: Three Parts of a Whole
                                                   LBM2406 B/P                                 N/C

Model Constitution for Local Chapters                                LBR07          B/P        N/C

Model Constitution for State Affiliates                              LBM10          B/P        N/C

Model White Cane Law                                                 LBM11          B/P        N/C


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New Chapter Information Packet                                       LBN59          B/P        N/C

New Member Information Packet                                        LBM51          B/C2/P     N/C

NFB-LINK Brochure                                                    LBN70          P          N/C

Organizing a New Chapter                                             LBO28          B/P        N/C

Public Relations: A Tool for Chapter Building                        LBP16          B/P        N/C

Where Should the Emphasis Be: National, State, or Local?
                                                  LBW08                             P          N/C

White Cane Safety Day Proclamation                                   LBW10          P          N/C

Why I Am a Federationist                                             LBW17          C2         N/C

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Braille
(See also Education)

American Action Fund Free Braille Books Program Application
                                                 BBP01      P                                  N/C

American Action Fund Twin Vision® Dictionary of Braille Problem Words (two
volumes)                                           BBD01       B         N/C

American Action Fund Twin Vision® Handbook of Braille Contractions
                                                LSA28        B                                 N/C

Beginning Braille for Adults
(includes a Braille manual and an instructional cassette)
                                                     LSA11                          B          $10.00

Braille: What Is It? What Does It Mean to the Blind?
                                                                     LBB25          P          N/C

Braille Alphabet Cards (100 per package)                             LSA87          P          $3.00



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Braille and Visually Impaired Students: What Does the Law Require? Brochure
                                                   LSW06     P          N/C

Braille Awareness for the Sighted Information Packet
                                                   LBA46               P     N/C

Braille Contractions--Are They Really So Hard?                 LBB59   B/P   N/C

Braille Is Beautiful Disability Awareness Program Flyer and Order Form
                                                     LPA53      P            N/C

Braille Literacy (Children) Information Packet                 LBB67   P     N/C

Braille Readers Are Leaders Contest Form                       NFB06   P     N/C

Braille Reading Speed: Are You Willing to Do What It Takes?
                                                   LBB56               B/P   N/C
Braille Series
       Book 1–Grade 1 Braille                      LSA15               B     $28.00
       Book 1–Grade 1 Braille                      LSA15               P     $20.00

      Book 2–Grade 2 Braille, Part 1                           LSA16   B     $28.00
      Book 2–Grade 2 Braille, Part 1                           LSA16   P     $20.00

      Book 3–Grade 2 Braille, Part 2                           LSA17   B     $28.00
      Book 3–Grade 2 Braille, Part 2                           LSA17   P     $20.00

Building Braille Reading Speed: Some Helpful Suggestions
                                                 LBB48                 B/P   N/C

Calendar (2007), Braille                                       BBC07   B     N/C

Can Braille Change the Future?                                 LBB51   B/P   N/C

Choosing Your Braille Embosser                                 LBC46   B/P   N/C

How Braille Began                                              LBO39   B/P   N/C

Literacy: The Key to Opportunity                               LBL13   B/P   N/C




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The McDuffy Reader: Braille Primer for Adults                        LSA21          B          $15.00
                                                                     LSA21          C2         $10.00
                                                                     LSA21          P          $15.00

The McDuffy Reader: Teacher’s Guide
This guide is used in conjunction with The McDuffy Reader: Braille Primer for
Adults.                                             LSA31      B/P          $10.00

Medical Doctor Takes Up Braille After Retirement                     LBM46          B/P        N/C

Nemeth Code Reference Sheet                                          LBN43          P          N/C

Of Braille and Honeybees                                             LBB50          B/C2/P     N/C

Of Literacy, Braille, and the Oddities of Semantics LBO27                           B/P        N/C

Reading by Touch: Trials, Battles, and Discoveries
(by Pamela Lorimer)                                LBR33                            B          $35.00
                                                   LBR33                            P          $20.00

She Makes Braille Look Easy                                          LBS48          B/P        N/C

The Slate Book: A Guide to the Slate and Stylus                      LSA74          B          $8.00
                                                                     LSA74          P          $14.00

That the Blind May Read (a documentary about blind children and the Braille crisis)
                      17-minute video             LPA29      VC           $20.00
                      27-minute video             LPA28      VC           $20.00

The World Under My Fingers:
Personal Reflections on Braille (1995)                               LSA52          B/C2       N/C
                      (Second Edition, 2005)                         LSA54          P          N/C

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Children and Youth

The Blind Child in the Regular Preschool Program                     LBB32          P          N/C

The Blind Child in the Regular Elementary Classroom
                                                  LBB65                             P          N/C


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Blind Kids Do Science Too                                      LBB72   B/P      N/C

Braille and Visually Impaired Students: What Does the Law Require? Brochure
                                                   LSW06     P          N/C

Braille Storybook Resources                                    LBB45   P        N/C

Cane Travel/O&M (Children) Information Packet                  LBC57   P        N/C

Early Childhood Information Packet                             LBE10   P        N/C

Education of a Blind Four-Year-Old                             LBE09   P        N/C

Emerging Victorious                                            LBE12   B/P      N/C

Expectations: The Critical Factor in the Education of Blind Children
                                                      LBE03       B/P           N/C

Extended School Year Services                                  LBE13   B/P      N/C

Focus on the Education of Blind Children                       LBF12   B/P      N/C

Future Reflections, Vol. 17, No. 3
(focuses on multiply disabled children)                        F1703   C2/P     N/C

Future Reflections: The Early Years, Vol. 23, No. 2
(focuses on birth-8 yrs.)                           F2302              C2/P     N/C

Future Reflections: Special Issue, Vol. 14, No. 2
(articles written for children ages 8-18)                      F1402   B/C2/P   N/C

Future Reflections: Special Issue, Vol. 24, No. 3
(focuses on low vision and blindness)                          F2403   C2/P     N/C

Growing Up with Independence: The Blind Child’s Use of the White Cane
                                                 LBG04      P                   N/C

Helpful Hints for Parents of Blind Infants and Toddlers
                                                     LBH11             P        N/C



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Individualized Education Program (IEP) Services Checklist
                                                  LBI27                P      N/C

An Introduction to Dr. Lilli Nielsen’s Active Learning LBI34           B/P    N/C

Is Your Child Age-Appropriate?                                 LBI19   B/P    N/C

It Takes More Than Love                                        LBI22   P      N/C

It’s OK to Be Blind
Parents and blind kids are interviewed at an NFB national convention about their
thoughts and experiences. One girl sums it all up when she says it is OK to be
blind.                                             LPA32       VC          $10.00

Kids with Canes
Depicts several different mobility instructors working with blind children in Nebraska.
                                                      LPA22        VC          $20.00

Kyra’s Kindergarten Year                                       LBK14   P      N/C

Love, Dating, and Marriage: Blind Children Grow Up and Become Parents, Too
                                                  LBL09     B/P        N/C

Low Vision (Children) Information Packet                       LBV12   P      N/C

Mom, What Does Blind Mean?                                     LBM48   P      N/C

Multiply Disabled/Blind (Children) Information Packet
                                                    LBB70              P      N/C

Munchkin Mobility                                              LBM50   P      N/C

My Body Belongs to Me                                          LBM49   P      N/C

Parents: Blind Children’s First Mobility Teachers              LBP27   P      N/C

Parents of Blind Children Seminars
Cassette recordings of the National Organization of Parents of Blind Children
seminars are available from 1983 and from 1986 through the present on 2-track
cassette. Please replace YY in the item code with the two-digit year desired.
                                                    LSPYY       C2          N/C


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Possibilities (article by a parent of a blind child)                 LBP24          P          N/C

Reaching Out for New Opportunities: The 2004 NFB Summer Science Experience
                                                LBR36    P          N/C

Sadie Can Count (by Ann Cunningham)
A multi-sensory, counting book (numbers 1-10) with uncontracted Braille and large
print text as well as colorful, tactile numbers and illustrations. For ages toddler
through preschool.                                       LSA102     P/B         $25.00

Slate Pals: A Pen Pal Program for Blind Braille Reading Students Registration Form
                                                    LBS07      P           N/C

White Canes for Blind Kids
Depicts blind children and adults at an NFB national convention being interviewed
regarding their experience with and views of early cane use.
                                                     LPA17      D/VC        $15.00

Your Child’s Right to Read                                           LBC44          P          N/C

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Daily Living

The Blind Can Sew: Some How-To Ideas                                 BBB05          P          N/C

Bunsen Burners and Chemical Reactions                                LBB54          B/P        N/C

The Care and Feeding of Readers                                      LBC34          B/P        N/C

Comments on Clothing                                                 LBC01          B/P        N/C

Handicapped Parking Permits for the Blind                            LBH03          B/P        N/C

Mobility: Whose Responsibility Is It?                                LBM09          B/P        N/C

The Nature of Independence                                           LBN31          B/C2/P     N/C
                      Spanish                                        LBN31S         C2         N/C

NFB-LINK Brochure                                                    LBN70          P          N/C


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So What About Independent Travel?                                    LBS05          B/P        N/C

Straightforward Answers About Blindness                              LBS63          P          N/C

Suggestions for the Blind Cook                                       LBS16          P          N/C

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Diabetes

Blind Diabetics Can Draw Insulin without Difficulty                  LBB52          P          N/C

Diabetes Information Packet                                          LBD36          P          N/C

Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy                                       LBD13          P          N/C

Diabetics, Don’t Give Up on Braille                                  LBD27          P          N/C

The Emotional Side                                                   LBE04          P          N/C

Finger Sticking Techniques                                           LBF27          P          N/C

Helpful Tools for Diabetics                                          LBH15          P          N/C

How I Went Blind... And Then What                                    LBH08          P          N/C

Hypoglycemia: Low Blood Sugar                                        LBH09          P          N/C

Insulin Measurement Devices                                          LBI10          P          N/C

Kidney Disease: Prevention, Dialysis, or Transplantation
                                                   LBK11                            P          N/C

Male and Female Sexual Dysfunction                                   LBM47          P          N/C

Many Blind Diabetics Successfully Use Insulin Pumps
                                                  LBM36                             P          N/C

Oral Diabetes Medications Update                                     LBO35          P          N/C



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Talking Blood Glucose Monitoring Systems                             LBT24          B/P        N/C

Voice of the Diabetic Subscription Form                              LBS54          P          N/C

What Is Diabetes Mellitus?                                           LBW43          P          N/C

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Discrimination

Blindness, Quotas, and the Disadvantages of Civil Rights
                                                   LBB57                            B/P        N/C

Disability and Visibility: Uncle Tom, Blind Tom, and Tiny Tim
                                                      LBD06                         B/P        N/C

Discrimination Can Cost Dollars                                      LBD28          B/P        N/C

The Meat of the Buffet                                               LBM25          B/P        N/C

So You Don’t Drive                                                   LBS32          B/P        N/C

When Omnivorous Reading Isn’t Enough and Of Airlines, Kowtowing, and Braille
Brochures (two articles)                        LBW34      B/P        N/C

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Education

Blind Students in the Regular Classroom Information Packet
                                                   LBT31                            P          N/C

Braille and Visually Impaired Students: What Does the Law Require? Brochure
                                                   LSW06     P          N/C


BRAILLE IS BEAUTIFUL
This innovative program teaches sighted students how to read and write the Braille
alphabet code and increases students’ sensitivity to and understanding of blind
persons. The program targets grades four through six. However, it can also be
used effectively with younger or older children and in community youth programs as
well as in the classroom.

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Teacher’s Guide Economy Kit
Includes the 100-page Teacher’s Guide in a loose-leaf binder, 100 Braille alphabet
cards, three paperback books with stories by and about ordinary blind people,
master copy of the student instruction book and workbook, and one slate and stylus
for writing (embossing) Braille dots. The Teacher’s Guide is structured in five units
with a variety of learning formats, including group discussions, interactive games,
and applied projects. Parts of the program can be used together or alone.
                                                       LPA55       P           $40.00

Media Kit
Includes two videos, Jake and the Secret Code for children and That The Blind May
Read for adults, a 30-page video discussion guide and resource list with instructions
on how to demonstrate writing Braille, a slate and stylus, and a Braille alphabet
card.                                                 LPA58      VC           $50.00

Combo Set Kit
Includes a Teacher’s Guide Economy Kit and a Media Kit.
                                                LPA56            VC          $75.00

Curriculum Program Kit
This program has all the materials needed to instruct a typical classroom of children.
Includes a Teacher’s Guide, Service Guide, The Slate Book (instruction manual), a
Media Kit, 100 Braille alphabet cards, 25 sets of the student instruction book and
student workbook, a ream of Braille paper, 5 plastic adhesive labeling sheets, 25
slates and styli, and 25 copies each of The World Under My Fingers, What Color Is
The Sun?, and I Can Feel Blue on Monday.              LPA50C V               $250.00

Note: Contents are subject to revision and may change without notice.

Note: The following guides and books are available in alternative formats at no cost
to blind instructors who purchase a Braille Is Beautiful kit as listed above:
       Teacher’s Guide                                LPA49          B        N/C
       Video Discussion Guide                         LPA39          B        N/C
       I Can Feel Blue on Monday                      LSA73          B        N/C
       The World Under My Fingers: Personal Reflections on Braille
       (Second Edition, 2005)                         LSA54          CD       N/C

The Bridge to Braille: Reading and School Success for the Young Blind Child
(by Carol Castellano and Dawn Kosman)
A practical, step-by-step guide that will show parents and teachers how to help blind


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children progress from early literacy experiences all the way to full participation in
the classroom.                                        LSA63       B             $20.00
                       (3-1/2-inch diskette)          LSA63       FD            $12.00
                                                      LSA63       P             $12.00

Freedom for the Blind: The Secret Is Empowerment
(by James Omvig)                                 LBF28                 B       $60.00
                                                 LBF28                 C2/C4   $15.00
                                                 LBF28                 PB      $15.00

The Future of Education Innovation: Panacea or Pandemonium
                                                  LBF13    P                   N/C

Individualized Education Program (IEP) Information Packet
                                                   LBI32               P       N/C

Making It Work: Educating the Blind/Visually Impaired Student in the Regular
School (by Carol Castellano)
Discusses how to make the regular school education a successful experience for
blind/visually impaired children. Appropriate for school staff, specialized service
providers, and parents.                               LSA05        P           $25.00

Modular Instruction for Independent Travel for Students Who Are Blind or Visually
Impaired (by Doris Willoughby and Sharon Monthei)
                                                    LSA01     P            $20.00

NFB Scholarship Application Form                               NFS07   P       N/C

The Organized Blind and Education for Blind Children
                                                   LBO40               B/P     N/C

RSA Rules Again on Merit Scholarships                          LBR35   B/P     N/C

Suggestions for Preschool and Kindergarten Teachers of Blind Students
                                                 LBS52       P                 N/C

Teaching Exploration: Correcting a Glaring Flaw in the Education of Blind Children
                                                    LBT32      B/P         N/C

Tips for Classroom Teachers                                    LBT33   P       N/C



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Touch the Universe: A NASA Braille Book of Astronomy (by Noreen Grice)
An astronomy book with both Braille and print text. There are 14 pages of colorful
and tactile photos of our planets, stars, and galaxies.   LSA94      B     $28.00

Work with the Blind--Who Are the Consumers and What Do They Want?
                                                LBW25     B/P                                  N/C

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Employment

The Blind in Medical Professions                                     LBB07          B/P        N/C

The Care and Feeding of Readers                                      LBC34          B/P        N/C

Competing on Terms of Equality                                       LBC04          B/P        N/C

Earning Our Daily Bread: The Blind in Auto Body Repair
                                                  LBE02                             B/P        N/C

Losing Sight, Gaining Skills: A Doctor’s Odyssey                     LBL19          B/P        N/C

Managing Reading on the Job                                          LBM26          B/P        N/C

Social Security Disability Insurance: Important Facts for Blind Vendors and Other
Self-Employed Blind Individuals                      LBS57        B/P       N/C

Teaching Mathematics: One Career for the Blind                       LBT18          B/P        N/C

Thomas Pryor Gore: “The Blind Orator”                                LBT22          B/P        N/C

To Sea with a Blind Scientist                                        LBT16          B/P        N/C

Using Readers on the Job                                             LBU09          B/P        N/C

Why Should the Blind Be Given Preference in the Vending Stand Program?
                                                  LBW20     P          N/C

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Government

Braille and Visually Impaired Students: What Does the Law Require? Brochure
                                                   LSW06     P          N/C

Federal Appeals Court Rules Against Mandated Described TV
                                                LBF35     B/P                                  N/C

First Supreme Court Ruling on Section 504: Implications for the Blind
                                                   LBF06        P                              N/C

History and Current Status of Regional Libraries for the Blind in the U.S.
                                                      LBH00       P                            N/C

Promoting Harmony in the Field of Work with the Blind: Federal Policies that
Enhance Opportunity                                LBP25       B/P         N/C

RSA Rules Again on Merit Scholarships                                LBR35          B/P        N/C

Subregional Libraries for the Blind--Why and Why Not?
                                                  LBS14                             P          N/C

What Should a Library for the Blind Be?                              LBW05          P          N/C

Which Services Are Reasonable to Expect from a Library for the Blind?
                                                 LBW09        P                                N/C

Why Is It Better to Have a Library for the Blind in an Agency for the Blind Rather
Than Any Other Setting?                                LBW19       P          N/C

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History


GENERAL HISTORY
39 Years Ago Newsman Had Front Row Seat to Beatles’ History
                                              LBT29        B/P                                 N/C

Eyewitness to Catastrophe (Michael Hingson’s account of surviving the September
11th tragedy)                                    LBE07        B/P        N/C


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Louis Braille Touched Us All                                   LBTA06   B/P   N/C

Meeting of the World Blind Union                               LBM05    B/P   N/C

Model White Cane Law                                           LBM11    B/P   N/C

NAC: What Price Accreditation (and other materials reproduced from the Braille
Monitor, September 1971)                           LBN00      B/P        N/C

Of Braille and Memories and the Matilda Ziegler                LBO19    B/P   N/C

Radio Reading for the Blind: Service or Boondoggle
                                                               LBR17    B/P   N/C

Reading by Touch: Trials, Battles, and Discoveries (by Pamela Lorimer)
                                                    LBR33     B               $35.00
                                                    LBR33     P               $20.00


NFB HISTORY
Blind Justice: Jacobus tenBroek and the Vision of Equality (by Floyd Matson)
                                                    LBB71       B          $40.00
                                                    LBB71       C2/C4      $10.00
                                                    LBB71       HB         $17.50
                                                    LBB71       PB         $10.00

The Blindness Revolution: Jernigan In His Own Words (by James Omvig)
Using Kenneth Jernigan’s own writings, this book recounts the story of the
transformation of the Iowa Commission for the Blind from an ineffective to an
effective service agency in a span of ten years.    LSB00      B            $60.00
                                                    LSB00      C2/C4        $15.00
                                                    LSB00      HB           $50.00
                                                    LSB00      PB           $25.00

A Celebration of the Life of Hazel tenBroek                    LBC62    B/P   N/C

Concerning History and the Braille Monitor                     LBC33    B/P   N/C

From the Fiftieth Year (a collection of recordings of events from throughout the fifty-
year history of the organized blind)                   LSA29      C2          $2.00


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The Future Is Ours: Kenneth Jernigan, Builder of the Organized Blind Movement
                                                    LPA33      VC        $10.00

Kenneth Jernigan--November 13, 1926 to October 12, 1998
                                                LBK13                               P          N/C

Kenneth Jernigan: The Master, the Mission, the Movement
Compiled writings of Kenneth Jernigan with editorial introduction and notes on the
text. Edited by Marc Maurer.                         LSA20       B          $10.00
                                                     LSA20       C4         $7.00
                                                     LSA20       P          $5.00

Lessons of 1957                                                      LBL15          B/P        N/C

The Man and the Movement (by Floyd Matson)
Tells the story of Jacobus tenBroek, the founder of the NFB, and the establishment
and growth of the organized blind movement.          LSA25      B/P         $10.00
                                                     LSA25      C2          $5.00

On the Nature of Mental Discipline and Sonnets                       LBO33          B/P        N/C

Reflections on the Life and Work of Jacobus tenBroek
                                                   LBR20                            B/P        N/C

Revolution of the Kernel Books                                       LBR10          B/P        N/C

Shifting Balances in the Blindness Field                             LBS37          B/C2/P     N/C

Walking Alone and Marching Together: A History of the Organized Blind Movement
in the United States, 1940–1990 (by Floyd Matson) LSA24      B          $50.00
      (with original speeches dubbed in)           LSA24     C2         $30.00
      (Library of Congress version)                LSA24     C4         $5.00
                                                   LSA24     P          $5.00

Who Are the Blind Who Lead the Blind                                 LBW50          B/P        N/C

Who Was Jacobus tenBroek?                                            LBM3406 B/P               N/C

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Low Vision

Adjusting to Low Vision and Common Disorders of the Eye
                                                  LBA31                             P          N/C

Aging and Vision Loss Brochure                                       LBA06          P          N/C

Low Vision (Children) Information Packet                             LBV12          P          N/C

Low Vision Resource Kit for Seniors Flyer and Order Form
                                                   LBL21                            P          N/C

New Approaches to Consider: Suggestions for Individuals with Recent Vision Loss
                                                  LBN41       P          N/C

Seniors Information Packet (Full)                                    LBS49          P          N/C

So You Don’t See As Well As You Used To: Advice and Stories That Will Help You
                                                LSA103      C2/P       $5.00

So You Don’t See As Well As You Used To Flyer                        LBS61          P          N/C

When to Stop Relying on Low Vision and Low-Vision Aids
                                                 LBW44                              B/P        N/C

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NFB Jernigan Institute

The First Jernigan Institute Technology Training Conference
                                                    LBF38                           B/P        N/C

Grand Opening Celebration of the NFB Jernigan Institute (2004)
A one-hour speaker’s program from the January 30, 2004, grand opening.
                                                  LPA65       VC       $10.00

The Heart of the Technology-Training Conference                      LBH12          B/P        N/C

Imagine Tomorrow: Grand Opening, NFB Jernigan Institute
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NFB Jernigan Institute: Building Our Future,
January 30, 2004, Grand Opening Video
A fourteen-minute video with an animated Whozit. Presented at the grand opening
of the Jernigan Institute.                        LPA66      VC          $10.00

NFB Jernigan Institute Brochure                                      LBJ17          B/P        N/C

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Parents
PARENTS OF BLIND CHILDREN
Are We There Yet?                                                    FR2            P          N/C

Brochure Packet for Parents/Teachers of Blind Children
                                                   LBB74                            P          N/C

Connecting with Jimmy                                                FR1P           P          N/C

National Organization of Parents of Blind Children Brochure
                                                    LBP11                           P          N/C

Parents: Blind Children’s First Mobility Teachers                    LBP27          P          N/C

Parents Find the NFB                                                 LBP14          B/P        N/C

Parents of Blind Children Information Packet                         LBP28          P          N/C

Parents of Blind Children Seminars
Cassette recordings of the National Organization of Parents of Blind Children
seminars are available from 1983 and from 1986 through the present on 2-track
cassette. Please replace YY in the item code with the two-digit year desired.
                                                    LSPYY       C2          N/C

Role of Parents in the Education of Blind Children                   LBR41          B/P        N/C
BLIND PARENTS
Baby-Sitting                                                         LBB47          B/P        N/C

Independence: To Have and To Hold                                    LBI16          B/P        N/C

Materials for Blind Parents                                          LBM02          C2         N/C

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To Be a Parent                                                       LBT06          B/P        N/C

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Philosophy
(See also Banquet Speeches under Speeches, Reports, and Resolutions)

Black, Blind, and Successful--The Story of a Fighter LBB58                          B/P N/C

Blindness: Concepts and Misconceptions                               LBB16          B/C2/P     N/C

Blindness: Discrimination, Hostility, and Progress                   LBB17          B/C2/P     N/C

Blindness: A Left-Handed Dissertation                                LBB14          B/C2/P     N/C
                      Spanish                                        LBB14S         C2         N/C

Blindness: Nuisance or Tragedy                                       LBB19          B/P        N/C

Blindness: The Triple Revolution                                     LBB21          B/C2/P     N/C

The Continuing Saga of the Kernel Books                              LBC05          B/C2/P     N/C

The Cost of a Gift                                                   LBC13          B/C2/P     N/C

A Definition of Blindness                                            LBD01          B/C2/P     N/C
                        Spanish                                      LBB14S         C2         N/C

From One World into Another                                          LBF31          B/P        N/C

Greater Expectations: Some Thoughts on Engaging the Wider World
                                                LBG13      B/P                                 N/C

Handicapped Parking Permits for the Blind                            LBH03          B/P        N/C

The Individual’s Role in a Democracy (by Jacobus tenBroek)
                                                   LBI25                            B/P        N/C

The Nature of Independence                                           LBN31          B/C2/P     N/C
                      Spanish                                        LBN31S         C2         N/C



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NFB Philosophy--Variations on a Theme                                LBN20          B/P        N/C

Open Letter to Members of the NFB and Other Friends and Colleagues
                                                 LBO32      B/P                                N/C

Partially Sighted, Really Blind                                      BBP00          P          N/C

Paul Harvey Speaks to NFB Convention                                 LBP10          B/P        N/C

The Pitfalls of Political Correctness                                LBP22          B/P        N/C

The Pros and Cons of Preferential Treatment of Blind Persons
                                                   LBP07     B/C2/P                            N/C

The Role of the Consumer in the Development of Programs
                                                 LBR37                              B/P        N/C

The Sermon on the Mount (by Kenneth Jernigan)                        LBS51          P          N/C

Shackled Imagination: Literary Illusions About Blindness
                                                     LBS31                          B/P        N/C

Straightforward Answers About Blindness                              LBS63          P          N/C

Sunday Papers                                                        LBS44          B/P        N/C

Who Are the Blind Who Lead the Blind                                 LBW50          B/P        N/C

Who Is Blind and Is It Respectable?                                  LBW33          P          N/C

Why Is It Better to Have a Library for the Blind in an Agency for the Blind Rather
Than Any Other Setting?                                LBW19       P          N/C

Why She Walked Out on Me                                             LBW38          B/P        N/C

Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow                                       LBM0406 B/P               N/C

You’re in the Army Now                                               LBY02          B/P        N/C

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Public Relations
(See also Brochures and Forms)

The Blind: An Emerging Minority
The NFB makes progress in breaking down the stereotypes about blind people.
                                                 LPA03     VC          $20.00

The Courtesy Rules of Blindness                                      LBC58          P          N/C

The Encounter
A short booklet on common sense reactions to blind people in a humorous comic
book style.                                        LSA03       C2/P      $3.00

Meet the Blind in Our Voices (2002)
This fourteen-minute videotape presents the history, mission, and programs of the
NFB. Use it during speaking engagements with schools, civic clubs, church groups,
and business organizations.                         LPA64       VC        $10.00

Straightforward Answers About Blindness                              LBS63          P          N/C

Voices of Vision
A thirty-minute documentary about the NFB highlighting blind individuals with short
clips about the construction of the Jernigan Institute. LPA70  VC           $10.00

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Recreation

The Bell, the Clapper, and the Cord: Wit and Witticism
                                                     LSA00                          B/C2/P     $3.00

The Bell, the Clapper, and the Second Cord: Wit and Witticism Volume II
                                                   LSA22       B/C2/P                          $3.00

The Blind Pilot Flying the Channel                                   LBB69          B/P        N/C


CHRISTMAS PROGRAMS:
First Edition--Special 1971 Christmas Program (read by Kenneth Jernigan)
                                                   LPA01     C2          $2.50



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Second Edition--1983 Christmas Greeting (read by Kenneth Jernigan)
                                                  LPA02     C2                                 $2.50

A Candle in the Forest (read by Kenneth Jernigan) LPA26                             C2         $2.50

A Carolina Christmas Carol (read by Marc Maurer) LPA27                              C2         $2.50

A Father for Christmas (read by Marc Maurer)                         LPA31          C2         $2.50

Christmas Tape Package (set of five)                                 LPAXX          C2         $10.00
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Glory, Glory Federation (songs of the NFB)
Includes the Battle Hymn of the NFB (Glory, Glory Federation) and The Library
Song. Recorded by the Pennsylvania Affiliate of the National Federation of the Blind
in the 1970s.                                       LPA36      CD/C2        $5.00

A Mountain, a Waterfall, a Cracked Pool, and a Christmas Tree Color Wheel (by
Ray McGeorge)                                      LBM206 P             N/C

NFB 50th Anniversary Cookbook                                        LSA30          P          $15.00

NFB Songbook (1991 Edition)                                          LSA07          B/P        $1.00

The Prophet (by Kahlil Gibran)
Mr. Gibran’s philosophy on love, marriage, joy and sorrow, time, friendship, and
much more.                                          LSA32       B            $15.00
                                                    LSA32       C2/CD        $10.00

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Rehabilitation/Training

The Care and Feeding of the Long White Cane (by Thomas Bickford)
Instructions in cane travel for blind people.    LSA49     B                                   $10.00
                                                 LSA49     C2/C4                               $4.00
                                                 LSA49     P                                   $2.00

The Characteristics of an NFB Orientation Center                     LBC61          B/P        N/C

Dissension in the Vocational Rehab Ranks                             LBD32          B/P        N/C


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Education and Rehabilitation for Empowerment
(by C. Edwin Vaughan and James H. Omvig)                       LSA006   B         $50.00
                                                               LSA006   C2/C4     $10.00
                                                               LSA006   P         $15.00

Empowerment, Partnership, and High Expectations: Just Words, or the Foundation
of Effective Rehabilitation?                     LBE05     B/P         N/C

The Federation Is Attacked for Seeking to Enhance Mobility and Safety
                                                  LBF30       B/P                 N/C

Freedom for the Blind: The Secret Is Empowerment
(by James Omvig)                                 LBF28                  B         $60.00
                                                 LBF28                  C2/C4     $15.00
                                                 LBF28                  PB        $15.00

How Can Specialized Agencies for the Blind Be Saved?
                                                 LBH07                  B/P       N/C

Jargon and Research--Twin Idols in Work with the Blind
                                                  LBJ00                 B/P       N/C

Mobility: Blind Instructors?                                   LBM07    B/P       N/C

Modular Instruction for Independent Travel for Students Who Are Blind or Visually
Impaired (by Doris Willoughby and Sharon Monthei) LSA01       P            $20.00

Modular Instruction for Independent Travel Order Form
                                                   LSA80                P         N/C

On White Canes and Orientation Centers                         LBO37    B/P       N/C

Open Letter to Agency Directors and Managers Hiring Competent Blind People
                                                  LBO38    P           N/C

Orientation and Mobility, Competence and Hypocrisy                 LBO36      B   N/C

Partnerships in Rehabilitation: The Power of Combined Action
                                                   LBP29     B/P                  N/C



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Rehabilitation and the Organized Blind: New Approaches, Profound Results
                                                  LBR40      B/P        N/C

Rehabilitation Professionals Information Packet                      LBR38          P          N/C

A Review of Rehabilitation in America: Reflections of the Past, Observations of the
Present, and Speculations about the Future          LBR39        P          N/C

The Role of the Consumer in the Development of Programs
                                                 LBR37                              B/P        N/C

Save the Fire                                                        LBS60          B/P        N/C

Separate Agency for the Blind: Best Practice for Success
                                                    LBS45                           B/P        N/C

Structured Discovery Cane Travel                                     LBS58          P          N/C

Techniques Used by Blind Cane Travel Instructors--A Practical Approach: Learning,
Teaching, Believing (by Maria Morais, Paul Lorensen, Roland Allen, Edward C. Bell,
Arlene Hill, and Eric Woods)                      LSA64       B/C4/P     $3.00

The Truth about Choice                                               LBT28          B/P        N/C

What We Can Expect from a Commission for the Blind: Viewpoint from the
Consumers                                       LBW06      B/P         N/C

Work with the Blind--Who Are the Consumers and What Do They Want?
                                                LBW25     B/P                                  N/C

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Seniors

Aging and Vision Loss Brochure                                       LBA06          P          N/C

Low Vision Resource Kit for Seniors Flyer and Order Form
                                                   LBL21                            P          N/C

Meet Some Competent Seniors with Low Vision                          LBM35          P          N/C



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The National Organization of the Senior Blind Newsletter, Introductory Issue
                                                   LBN42        C2/P        N/C

New Approaches to Consider: Suggestions for Individuals with Recent Vision Loss
                                                  LBN41       P          N/C

Seniors Information Packet (Full)                                    LBS49          P              N/C

Seniors Information Packet (Mini)                                    LBS62          P              N/C

So You Don’t See As Well As You Used To: Advice and Stories That Will Help You
                                                LSA103      C2/P       $5.00

So You Don’t See As Well As You Used To Flyer                        LBS61          P              N/C

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Social Security

Plan to Achieve Self Support                                         LBP21          B/P            N/C

Social Security Disability Insurance: Important Facts for Blind Vendors and Other
Self-Employed Blind Individuals                      LBS57        B/P       N/C

Social Security, SSI, and Medicare Facts for 2006                    LSS06          B/P            N/C

Social Security, SSI, and Medicare Facts for 2007                    LSS07          B/P            N/C

Why Should the Blind Receive Disability Insurance?                           LBW21             P   N/C

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Spanish


BRAILLE MONITOR
January/February 1999 (Spanish)                                      BM9901S C2                    N/C


KERNEL BOOKS
The Freedom Bell (Vol. 2) (Spanish)                                  LSA35S         C2             N/C


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As the Twig Is Bent (Vol. 3) (Spanish)                               LSA42S         C2         N/C

Making Hay (Vol. 4) (Spanish)                                        LSA43S         C2         N/C

The Journey (Vol. 5) (Spanish)                                       LSA45S         C2/P       N/C


LITERATURE
Blindness: Handicap or Characteristic (Spanish)                      LBB18S         C2         N/C

Blindness: A Left-Handed Dissertation (Spanish)                      LBB14S         C2         N/C

The Day After Civil Rights (Spanish)                                 LAA97S         C2         N/C

A Definition of Blindness (Spanish)                                  LBB14S         C2         N/C

The Federation at Fifty (Spanish)                                    LAA90S         C2         N/C

First-Timer’s Guide to the NFB National Convention (Spanish)
                                                   LBL26S    C2/P                              N/C

The Nature of Independence (Spanish)                                 LBN31S         C2         N/C

Spanish Information Packet (contains all of the items listed above)
                                                     NFS00       C2                            N/C

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Speeches, Reports, and Resolutions (NFB National Convention)


BANQUET SPEECHES
These are speeches delivered at the banquet of each national convention. The
initials indicate who delivered the speech.
JtB=Jacobus tenBroek; KJ=Kenneth Jernigan; MM=Marc Maurer

1951: The Neurotic Blind and the Neurotic Sighted: Twin Psychological Fallacies
(JtB)                                              LAA51      B/P         N/C

1952: The Role of the Blind in a Democratic Society (as aired on WSM Radio--
actual address) (JtB)                               LAA52       C2       N/C


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1956: Within the Grace of God (JtB)                            LAA56    B/C2/P   N/C

1957: Cross of Blindness (JtB)                                 LAA57    B/P      N/C

1963: Blindness: Handicap or Characteristic (KJ)               LBB18    B/C2/P   N/C
                      Spanish                                  LBB18S   C2       N/C

1968: Blindness: Milestones and Millstones (KJ)                LAA68    B/C2/P   N/C

1969: Blindness: New Insights on Old Outlooks (KJ) LAA69                B/C2/P   N/C

1970: Blindness: The Myth and the Image (KJ)                   LAA70    B/C2/P   N/C

1971: To Man the Barricades (KJ)                               LAA71    B/C2/P   N/C

1972: Blindness: The New Generation (KJ)                       LAA72    B/C2/P   N/C

1973: Blindness: Is History Against Us? (KJ)                   LAA73    B/C2/P   N/C

1974: Blindness: Is Literature Against Us? (KJ)                LAA74    B/C2/P   N/C
                                                               LPA05    VC       $20.00

1975: Blindness: Is the Public Against Us? (KJ)                LAA75    B/C2/P   N/C
                                                               LPA06    VC       $20.00

1976: Blindness: Of Visions and Vultures (KJ)                  LAA76    B/C2/P   N/C
                                                               LPA07    VC       $20.00

1977: To Every Thing There Is a Season (KJ)                    LAA77    B/C2/P   N/C

1979: Blindness: That’s How It Is at the Top of the Stairs (KJ)
                                                     LAA79              B/C2/P   N/C

1980: Blindness: The Lessons of History (KJ)                   LAA80    B/C2/P   N/C

1981: Blindness: The Corner of Time (KJ)                       LAA81    B/C2/P   N/C

1982: Blindness: Simplicity, Complexity, and the Public Mind (KJ)
                                                    LAA82       B/C2/P           N/C

1983: Blindness: The Other Half of Inertia (KJ)                LAA83    B/C2/P   N/C


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1984: Blindness: The Circle of Sophistry (KJ)                  LAA84    B/C2/P   N/C
                                                               LPA19    VC       $20.00

1985: Blindness: The Pattern of Freedom (KJ)                   LAA85    B/C2/P   N/C

1986: Blindness: The Coming of the Third Generation (KJ)
                                                  LAA86                 B/C2/P   N/C

1987: Back to Notre Dame (MM)                                  LAA87    B/C2/P   N/C

1988: Preparation and the Critical Nudge (MM)                  LAA88    B/C2/P   N/C

1989: Language and the Future of the Blind (MM)                LAA89    B/C2/P   N/C

1990: The Federation at Fifty (KJ)                             LAA90    B/C2/P   N/C
                                                               LPA25    VC       $20.00
                          Spanish                              LAA90S   C2       N/C

1991: Reflecting the Flame (MM)                                LAA91    B/C2/P   N/C

1992: The Mysterious Ten Percent (MM)                          LAA92    B/C2/P   N/C

1993: The Continuity of Leadership: Twin Requirements (MM)
                                                  LAA93    B/C2/P                N/C

1994: Let the Wing of the Butterfly Flap (MM)                  LAA94    B/C2/P   N/C

1995: The Heritage of Conflict (MM)                            LAA95    B/C2/P   N/C

1996: The Essence of Maturity (MM)                             LAA96    B/C2/P   N/C

1997: The Day After Civil Rights (KJ)                          LAA97    B/C2/P   N/C
                      Spanish                                  LAA97S   C2       N/C

1998: The Search for Anonymity (MM)                            LAA98    B/C2/P   N/C

1999: The Mental Discipline of the Movement (MM) LAA99                  B/C2/P   N/C

2000: The Personality of Freedom (MM)                          LAA00    B/C2/P   N/C



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2001: Independence and the Necessity for Diplomacy (MM)
                                                 LAA01                              B/C2/P     N/C

2002: Leadership and the Matrix of Power (MM)                        LAA02          B/C2/P     N/C

2003: The Rest of Reality (MM)                                       LAA03          B/C2/P     N/C

2004: The Assimilation of Crisis (MM)                                LAA04          B/C2/P     N/C

2005: The Edge of Tomorrow (MM)                                      LAA05          B/C2/P     N/C

2006: An Element of Justice (MM)                                     LAA06          B/C2/P     N/C


NFB RESOLUTIONS
These are the policies of the NFB and are available from 1972 to the present. For
years prior to those listed, please contact us or visit our Web site at www.nfb.org.

2001 Resolutions                                                     LAC01          B/P        N/C
2002 Resolutions                                                     LAC02          B/P        N/C
2003 Resolutions                                                     LAC03          B/P        N/C
2004 Resolutions                                                     LAC04          B/P        N/C
2005 Resolutions                                                     LAC05          B/P        N/C
2006 Resolutions                                                     LAC06          B/P        N/C


PRESIDENTIAL REPORTS
These reports are delivered at the national convention and are available from 1983
to the present. For years prior to those listed, please contact us or visit our Web
site at www.nfb.org.

2001 Presidential Report                                             LAB01          B/C2/P     N/C
2002 Presidential Report                                             LAB02          B/C2/P     N/C
2003 Presidential Report                                             LAB03          B/C2/P     N/C
2004 Presidential Report                                             LAB04          B/C2/P     N/C
2005 Presidential Report                                             LAB05          B/C2/P     N/C
2006 Presidential Report                                             LAB06          B/C2/P     N/C

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Technology



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Access Technology and Disabilities in the Twenty-First Century
                                                   LBA42       B/P            N/C

Accessible Cell Phone Technology                               LBM106   B/P   N/C

Accessible Personal Data Assistance Reviews                    LBA56    B/P   N/C

America Online: An Internet Service That the Blind Can Use
                                                    LBA52               B/P   N/C

Choosing Your Braille Embosser                                 LBC46    B/P   N/C

Deaf-Blind Communication Devices                               LBD37    B/P   N/C

An Examination of Four Stand-alone Reading Machines
                                                LBA50                   B/P   N/C

GPS Technology for the Blind: A Product Evaluation LGT06                B/P   N/C

The Hammer and the ATM Card: Access for the Blind Means Business
                                                LSA84     P                   N/C

The International Braille and Technology Center for the Blind Brochure
                                                     LBI20      P             N/C

The Kurzweil-National Federation of the Blind Reader Brochure
                                                   LBK15      P               N/C

The Kurzweil-National Federation of the Blind Reader: The Revolution is Here!
                                                   LBM007 B/P             N/C

Laptop Computers and Electronic Notetakers for the Blind: A Comparison
                                                  LBL23       B/P      N/C

The Other Half of the Equation: PC-Based Reading Systems--A Comparative
Review                                           LBO17      B/P       N/C

A Review of the Tiger Embossers                                LBA41    B/P   N/C

The SAL (Speech Assisted Learning): A Review                   LBS50    B/P   N/C



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Striving for Excellence: The Role of Technology and More
                                                   LBS53                            B/P        N/C

The Topography of Technology, Blindness, and the Luddite
                                                 LBT30                              B/P        N/C

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Miscellaneous

Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations
                   Hardbound (105 Volumes)                           NFB03          B          $630.00
                   Softbound (105 Volumes)                           NFB02          B          $230.00

Elements of Style (includes grammar and writing styles for improving language
skills)                                             LSA27       B          $12.00

Elliot Zaretsky Visits the National Center for the Blind                 LBE08 P               N/C

Judge Spatt’s Ruling in the Maxi-Aids Case                           LBJ03          B/P        N/C

On Ethics and Maxi-Aids                                              LBO34          B/P        N/C

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Brochures and Forms

Aging and Vision Loss Brochure                                       LBA06          P          N/C

American Action Fund Free Braille Books Program Application
                                                 BBP01      P                                  N/C

Blind Veterans Brochure                                              LBB73          P          N/C

Braille and Visually Impaired Students: What Does the Law Require? Brochure
                                                   LSW06     P          N/C

Braille Is Beautiful Disability Awareness Program Flyer and Order Form
                                                     LPA53      P                              N/C

Braille Readers Are Leaders Contest Form                             NFB06          P          N/C


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Brochure Packet for Parents/Teachers of Blind Children
                                                   LBB74               P         N/C

Do You Know a Blind Person? Brochure                           LBD38   P         N/C

The International Braille and Technology Center for the Blind Brochure
                                                     LBI20      P                N/C

The Kurzweil-National Federation of the Blind Reader Brochure
                                                   LBK15      P                  N/C

Library Resource Guide Flyer                                   LRG00   P         N/C

Low Vision Resource Kit for Seniors Flyer and Order Form
                                                   LBL21               P         N/C

Meeting a Working Guide Dog Team Brochure                      LBG12   P         N/C

Modular Instruction for Independent Travel Order Form              LSA80     P   N/C

NFB Jernigan Institute Brochure                                LBJ17   B/P       N/C

NFB-LINK Brochure                                              LBN70   P         N/C

NFB Magazine Order Form                                        LBM41   P         N/C

NFB-NEWSLINE® Brochure                                         LBN11   P         N/C

NFB-NEWSLINE® Application/Registration Form                    LBN34   P         N/C

NFB-NEWSLINE® User Guide Brochure                              LBN12   P         N/C

NFB Scholarship Application Form                               NFS07   P         N/C

National Organization of Parents of Blind Children Brochure
                                                    LBP11              P         N/C

Pre-Authorized Check Plan (PAC) Form                           LBP00   P         N/C

Shares Unlimited (SUN) Contribution Form                       LBS56   P         N/C


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Shares Unlimited (SUN) Check Form                                    LBS06          P              N/C

So You Don’t See As Well As You Used To Flyer                        LBS61          P              N/C

Voice of the Diabetic Subscription Form                              LBS54          P              N/C

What Is the National Federation of the Blind? Brochure                       LBW04             P    N/C

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Information Packets

If you need more than three of any one information packet, please contact us by
telephone at (410) 659-9314, extension 2216, or send us an e-mail at
IndependenceMarket@nfb.org. We will be happy to discuss your needs further.

General Information--NFB (Mini)                    LBG11                            P              N/C
General Information--NFB (Full)                    LBG10                            P              N/C
Blind Students in the Regular Classroom            LBT31                            P              N/C
Braille Awareness for the Sighted                  LBA46                            P              N/C
Braille Literacy (Children)                        LBB67                            P              N/C
Brochure Packet for Parents/Teachers of Blind Children
                                                   LBB74                            P              N/C
Cane Travel/O&M (Children)                         LBC57                            P              N/C
Diabetes                                           LBD36                            P              N/C
Early Childhood                                    LBE10                            P              N/C
Individualized Education Program (IEP)             LBI32                            P              N/C
Low Vision (Children)                              LBV12                            P              N/C
Multiply Disabled/Blind (Children)                 LBB70                            P              N/C
New Chapter                                        LBN59                            B/P            N/C
New Member                                         LBM51                            B/C2/P         N/C
NFB-NEWSLINE® Inquiry                              LBN63                            P              N/C
Parents of Blind Children                          LBP28                            P              N/C
Rehabilitation Professionals                       LBR38                            P              N/C
Seniors (Mini)                                     LBS62                            P              N/C
Seniors (Full)                                     LBS49                            P              N/C
Spanish                                            NFS00                            C2             N/C

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PRODUCTS

Items are briefly described below followed by the item code and the price.

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Canes


WHITE CANES
Please specify length of cane when ordering as represented by ## in the item code.
Telescoping canes may vary as much as one inch in length (either shorter or longer)
from the stated length. All canes are in two-inch increments unless otherwise
specified. See page 70 for special shipping charges for straight cane orders. All
canes are white with a loop on top of the handle and come with a cane tip. Some of
these canes come with red stripes.

NFB TYPE 2: Straight fiberglass.
Sizes 24 to 36, 39, 42, and 45 to 65 inches.                                        ACA##S     $25.00

NFB TYPE 3: Telescoping, 6-section fiberglass.
    Sizes 39 to 65 inches.                                                          ACC##T     $25.00
    Gray-roped handle and loop. Size 63 inches.                                     ACY63T     $15.00

NFB TYPE 4: Folding, 4-section fiberglass.
The elastic cord inside will need to be tightened by removing the screw top.
Sizes 52, 60, 66 inches.                                         ACD##F $15.00

NFB TYPE 5: Telescoping, 5-section fiberglass.
Size 53 to 63 inches.                                                               ACE##T     $25.00

NFB TYPE 6: Straight carbon fiber. Sizes 49 to 69 inches.                           ACF##S     $35.00

NFB TYPE 7: Telescoping, 5- or 6-section carbon fiber.
Sizes 39 to 69 inches.                                                              ACG##T     $35.00

NFB TYPE 9: Telescoping, 5- or 6-section carbon fiber.
This cane accepts a nylon tip only. Sizes: 53 to 57 inches.                         ACR##T     $35.00

NFB TYPE 10: Straight carbon fiber.
This cane accepts a nylon tip only. Sizes 41 to 61 inches.                          ACV##S     $35.00


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NFB TYPE 11: Folding, 4-section aluminum. This cane accepts a nylon tip only.
The first section is telescoping and adjusts to specific lengths.
      Type A adjusts from 41 to 49 inches.                        ACX49F $25.00
      Type B adjusts from 49 to 57 inches.                        ACX57F $25.00

50/50: Folding, 2-section fiberglass. Sizes 55 to 63 inches.                        ACY##F     $10.00

50/50: Folding, 2-section carbon fiber. Sizes 55 to 63 inches.                      ACY##C     $10.00


SUPPORT CANES
All support canes are white with a red stripe above the nonskid tip and made of
wood with a rounded handle. Sizes 36, 39, 42 inches.             ACW##W $14.00
CANE TIPS
TIP--NFB METAL GLIDE:
Fits NFB Types 2-7 and 50/50 canes.                                                 AIA03C     $1.00

TIP--NFB NYLON:
     Fits NFB Type 9, 5-section cane.                                               AIA11C     $2.00
     Fits NFB Type 9, 6-section cane.                                               AIA15C     $2.00
     Fits NFB Type 10 cane.                                                         AIA12C     $2.00
     Fits NFB Type 11 cane.                                                         AIA13C     $2.00

TIP--MAHLER:
     Screw on metal glide.                                                          AIA02C     $1.25
     Screw on nylon tip (3/4 inch).                                                 AIA00C     $1.75

TIP--RAINSHINE:
Metal glide with a 3/4-inch rubber casing to be used on straight fiberglass canes
only.                                                             AIA05C      $2.00

TIP--WCIB:
     Metal glide screw on.                                                          AIA01C     $1.25
     Nylon tip push on, 2 inches.                                                   AIA09C     $1.75

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Directional Devices




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COMPASS--DIGITAL TALKING:
English/Spanish; no moving parts; clear blue color. Uses two 12V batteries
(included).                                                    AID19C      $80.00

COMPASS--DIRECTIONAL BRAILLE:
This item measures 2 x 2 inches with a revolving disc; a raised arrow indicates
north; Braille letters indicate south, east, and west. Balanced for Northern
Hemisphere only. Print instructions are included.                  AID01C    $50.00

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Housewares


GENERAL HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
BUMP-ONS: Clear, circular bumps with self-adhesive backing that can be used to
provide tactile markers on items such as appliances, telephones, televisions, etc.
      Large: Width .44 x height .20 inches with 28 bumps to a sheet.
                                                                AIG36B      $2.75
      Medium: Width .375 x height .150 inches with 24 bumps to a sheet.
                                                                AIG37B      $2.50
      Small: Width .312 x height .085 inches with 36 bumps to a sheet.
                                                                AIG38B      $3.50

LABELS--CLOTHING, BRAILLE:
There are 100 white, aluminum labels measuring 1/2 x 1 inch. Each label is Brailled
and printed with a color and has holes at the ends to either safety pin or sew onto
your clothes.                                                     AIG44B      $30.00

MARKER--LIQUID, TACTILE:
Fluorescent orange plastic liquid that can be squeezed from a tube to put tactile
markings on appliances, containers, etc.                        AIL40M      $4.00

PADLOCK--KLICK-LOCK:
Five sliding levers for a combination code.                                         AIG08P     $7.00

PADLOCK--PUSH-BUTTON:
Ten push buttons for a combination code.                                            AIG10P     $7.50




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KITCHEN
CHOPPER:
Three-inch circular chopper for use inside a metal or a glass bowl. Good for
chopping vegetables, nuts, etc.                                 AIK05C       $1.50

COOKING UTENSIL--SPATULA/FORK TONG:
A metal spatula and fork, food turner tong, 15 1/2 inches long and perfect for grilling
since fork tines fit between wires of grill and the spatula holds the food tightly.
                                                                    AIK06T       $4.00

COOKING UTENSIL--WHISK GRIPPERS & MIXERS:
Two per pack. This item can be used for whisking eggs, as salad tongs, etc. It has a
locking mechanism to adjust the whisk to be a mixer or tongs. AIK31W $8.00

CORN BREAD KIT:
The kit contains a cast iron muffin pan that makes 12 scalloped shape muffins, an
oil measurer, disposable filling cups, and a cooking template to guide you in getting
the batter into the muffin pan.                                  AIK08C      $15.00

CORN BREAD KIT TEMPLATE:
A cooking template placed over a 12-cup muffin pan to guide the cook in putting the
batter into the muffin pan.                                   AIK08T      N/C

EGG SEPARATOR:
Three inches in diameter. Break an egg into the small, slotted bowl and let the egg
white drain through the slots.                                  AIK04E       $4.00

MEASURING SCOOP--ADJUST-A-SCOOP:
Plastic scoop adjusts to four settings (1/8, 1/4, 1/3, and 1/2 cup), dry or liquid
measure.                                                           AIK27S        $4.00

MEASURING TABLESPOON--ADJUST-A-SPOON:
Plastic spoon adjusts to five settings (1, 1 1/2, 2, and 2 1/2 tsp. and 1 TBS.), dry or
liquid measure.                                                      AIK26S    $3.00

MEASURING TEASPOON--ADJUST-A-SPOON:
Plastic spoon adjusts to five settings (1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, and 1 tsp.), dry or liquid
measure.                                                            AIK25S         $2.50




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RICE COOKER:
Teflon® coated, white, prepares up to 10 cups of rice or steamed vegetables.
                                                               AIK02C     $15.00

SLICER--BAGEL BITER:
Professional bagel slicer made of stainless steel with serrated blade behind an
acrylic safety shield. Bagel is sliced while held in the specially designed base.
                                                                     AIK00B    $18.75

SLICING GUIDE:
Metal, 3 x 4 x 6 inches, clamps around item and has 6 slots to use as a guide for
even 1/2-inch slices. For meats, breads, etc.                   AIK20S      $10.00

STEAK WEIGHT:
Heavy cast aluminum weight with a waffle design, measuring 1/4 x 4 1/2 x 8 3/4
inches. It is used to brown meats on both sides simultaneously.
                                                                AIK21S    $6.00

TIMER--CAN DO COLOSSAL:
This low vision kitchen timer measures 6 inches in diameter and 1 inch high with a
white face, black numbers, and stand.                          AIL10T      $15.00

TIMER--LUX:
A 60-minute green plastic kitchen timer, measuring 3 x 3 x 4 inches, with tactile
markings on every minute.                                       AIK11T       $9.00


SEWING AIDS
HEMMING TAPE:
A 5/8-inch-by-20-yards fusible bonding web tape to fasten two pieces of material
together with an iron.                                         AIH10N     $2.00

LIQUID STITCH®:
A clear-drying adhesive that can be used to repair hems and other fabric
applications. It comes in a 2-fluid-ounce bottle.              AIH09L        $2.25

MEASURING TAPE--LARGE PRINT:
The tape is yellow with large black numbers and measures up to 60 inches.
                                                              AIH12N      $1.50




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MEASURING TAPE--TACTILE:
The tape is white with black numbers and measures up to 60 inches. The tactile
markings are made with metal eyelets marking every half inch.
                                                              AIH07N     $5.00

NEEDLE--CROSS STITCH, EASY THREADING:
Metal, 4 per package. Size 24. It has an open head to slide thread into the eye of
the needle.                                                     AIH11N       $2.50

NEEDLE--EASY THREADING:
Metal, 6 per package. Size 4/8. It has an open head to slide thread into the eye of
the needle.                                                      AIH06N      $2.00

NEEDLE--SEWING MACHINE, SELF-THREADING:
Heavyweight, 5 per package. It has an open head to slide thread into the eye of the
needle.                                                       AIH00N       $2.50

NEEDLE--SPREAD-EYE:
A 2-1/8-inch needle that has an eye measuring 1 1/2 inches.      AIH05N      $1.00

THREADER--HEXE:
This plastic item measures 1 1/2 x 2 x 2 inches. Lay the thread across the groove,
place the needle (eye down) in the chute, press the button, and a small loop of
thread will pop out. Comes with a small stand, a thread-cutting attachment, and
instructions.                                                   AIH01N      $1.00

THREADER--TWIN HANDLE:
Measuring 4 1/4 inches, it has a standard fine wire threader in one end and an
extra-large wire threader in the opposite end. The handle at each end inverts and
slips securely into the handle for easy storage. The handle is long enough to reach
sewing machine needles with ease.                                 AIH13N    $2.00

THREADER--WIRE LOOP:
Metal, 3 per package. Push the loop through the needle, insert the thread through
the loop, pull the thread and loop back through the needle, and remove the
threader.                                                        AIH02N    $1.00


AUDIBLE DEVICES
BATTERY TESTER--AUDIBLE:
Tests 9V, AA, AAA, C, D, N cell, and button cell batteries.      AIG07B      $30.00


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LIGHT SENSOR--NFB:
Push the button towards the direction of the light and a buzzing will sound if a light
is on. This device measures 2 x 1 x 1 inches and uses two AA batteries (included).
                                                                 AIG20S       $20.00

LIQUID LEVEL INDICATOR--EZ FILL:
Measures 2 1/2 x 1 1/4 inches and has 2 prongs. This item buzzes when liquid is 1
inch from the lip of your container. Uses three 1.5V (LR44) disc batteries (included).
                                                                 AIG02L       $13.00

LOCATOR--LUGGAGE, TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER:
A battery-operated two-unit system consisting of a small transmitter and a receiver.
The transmitter stays with you and conveniently attaches to any key chain. The
receiver attaches securely and easily to any luggage handle. Uses one 9V and one
12V battery (both included).                                    AIG23L      $20.00

LOCATOR--LUGGAGE (RECEIVER ONLY):
This receiver can be programmed to match the signal of the original transmitter and
receiver set, item AIG23L. Uses one 12V battery (included).    AIG30L      $10.00

LOCATOR--PAGER SYSTEM:
Now You Can Find It pager system for frequently misplaced objects. A four-color
button base unit that has four matching disc key rings. Each key ring has a
distinctive sound. Base measures 4 1/2 x 3 inches. Uses two AA batteries
(included).                                                     AIG27L      $50.00


Talking Devices
AUDIO DIALER™:
Two easy steps to program your frequently used telephone numbers and then three
easy steps and you have made your call. This device is connected to your
telephone (will not work when business/buildings use digital-based systems or
switchboards). Measuring 5 1/4 x 4 x 1 1/4 inches, this system works with caller-ID,
answering machines, and residential pulse-tone or cordless telephones. The
package includes a 6-foot power cord, an 18-inch phone cord, and the Audio Dialer.
Operates on standard 120 AC power (no batteries required).
                                                                AIG50A     $99.00

CALLER ID--VOICE ANNOUNCE®:
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telephone number; announces caller over cordless telephone handset (incoming
and call waiting); stores the last 99 calls for audible or visual review; call waiting ID
(Type II); stores 50 recorded names; record/deliver outgoing messages to specific
callers; repeat call indicator; audible and visual message waiting indicator; easy-to-
read LCD displays name, number, date, and time; dial back; bilingual
(English/Spanish); wall mountable; AC power option; adjustable volume control;
multi-function LED (new calls, message waiting, ringing, off-hook); one-touch review
of new calls; one-year limited warranty; AC adapter included.
                                                                     AIG24C      $70.00

IDENTIFIER--COLOR, SPEECHMASTER TALKING:
Measures 5 3/4 x 2 1/2 x 1 1/4 inches and comes with an earphone. A male voice
announces the color after you have held the device against a selected item. Uses
one 9V battery (included).                                     AIG35S      $135.00

IDENTIFIER--MONEY, NOTE TELLER 2:
Measuring 6 1/4 x 3 x 1 1/4 inches: 7.1 ounces; this bank-note reader identifies U.S.
currency from $1.00 to $100.00 denominations, including the new bills. Unit
operates in English or Spanish, has three-level volume control switch, and a stereo
plug-in jack for personal listening. Uses one 9V battery (included).
                                                                 AIG16N     $295.00

PEDOMETER:
This talking item measures 2 1/2 x 2 inches and can be clipped onto your pants or
pocket. It counts and announces steps and total distance traveled, plays melodies
in sync with your walking speed, announces current time, and has an alarm feature
for use as a reminder. The battery is already installed, and it comes with print
instructions.                                                     AIG15P      $14.00

SCALE--BATHROOM:
Black, digital display, talking scale. Automatically turns on when you tap it with your
foot. Extra large weighing platform and weighs up to 440 pounds. Reads in your
choice of pounds or kilograms. Speech can be turned off. Uses four AA batteries
(included).                                                        AIG49S      $50.00

THERMOMETER--ALL PURPOSE:
This all-purpose digital talking thermometer can be used for cooking, bath water,
gardening, and hobbies. The accuracy of this item is +/- 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit
over the range of -4 to +248 degrees Fahrenheit. The probe measures 5 inches long
and the handle/readout area measures 5 x 1.5 inches wide. It features an LCD
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to the left will turn on/off and when pressed to the right it will speak. Uses one 3V
(CR2032) disk battery (included).                                     AIK33T     $28.00

THERMOMETER--COOKING:
This device measures the temperature of food with a stainless steel probe with a
measurement range from 55 to 257 degrees Fahrenheit within one degree. The
probe measures 7 inches and has a plastic handle that measures 3 1/2 inches.
There is a talking voice box attached to the handle that uses one 9V battery
(included).                                                      AIK28T      $115.00

THERMOMETER--INDOOR/OUTDOOR:
Measuring 5 3/4 x 3 1/4 inches, this unit has two digital displays and will speak both
temperatures at the touch of a button. It also has an alarm and hourly report feature.
The outdoor temperature is taken from a probe attached to a long wire that must be
placed outside of a window or door. Uses two AAA batteries (included).
                                                                   AIG14T      $25.00

THERMOSTAT--KELVIN TALKING AND VOICE CONTROL:                                       AIG51T     $130.00

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Leisure Activities


ACTIVITY BOOKS
COLORING BOOK--ANIMALS, BRAILLE:
There are 10 Brailled pictures of animals to color on 11-1/2-x-11-inch Braille paper
sheets. Each picture has its title Brailled.                     AIG48B       $5.00

COLORING BOOK--BASIC, BRAILLE:
There are 10 Brailled pictures to color on 11-1/2-x-11-inch Braille paper sheets.
Each picture has its title Brailled.                              AIG47B     $5.00

JULIE AND BRANDON: OUR BLIND FRIENDS:
An activity book (49 pages) filled with information on blindness through the story of
two blind students. Activities include a maze, decoding Braille words, fill-in the
blanks, circle word blocks, coloring, etc.                        LSA55P $3.00


BALLS
ATHLETIC BALLS--RINGING:
Standard size and rubber construction athletic balls have a bell inside that jingles

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when the ball is in motion. Balls are shipped uninflated.
          Basketball: orange                                      AIG08B      $20.00
          Soccer Ball: white and black                            AIG13B      $25.00
          Volleyball: white                                       AIG12B      $16.00


CARDS
PINOCHLE CARDS
        Braille                                                   AIG01P      $4.00
        Large Print                                               AIG03P      $3.00

PLAYING CARDS
         Braille                                                  AIG00C      $7.00
         Large Print                                              AIG05C      $4.00
         Large Print/Double Deck                                  AIG04C      $6.00

UNO® CARDS
        Braille                                                   AIG07U      $13.00
        Large Print                                               AIG07R      $8.00


EDUCATIONAL
BLOCKS--ALPHABET, BRAILLE:
Twenty-seven embossed wooden ABC blocks. Each individual block includes
letters, numbers, math symbols, and animal pictures. Ages 1 and up.
                                                              AIG40B  $28.00

BLOCKS--MATH, BRAILLE:
Sixteen embossed wooden blocks. Each individual block includes numbers based
on the Nemeth code, math symbols, and animal pictures. Ages 2 and up.
                                                             AIG18B    $20.00

MAGNETIC BOARD WITH
ALPHABET AND NUMBERS--BRAILLE AND PRINT:
This white magnetic board measures 12 1/2 x 15 1/2 inches and has the alphabet
letters and numbers from 0 to 9 in Braille and print. Letters are 3/4 inches high with
tactile overlay on 7/8-x-1-3/8-inch magnetized pieces.             AIG05B      $20.00

MAGNETIC LETTERS--CAPITAL, BRAILLE:
There are 26 plastic pieces embossed with Braille. Ages 3 and up.
                                                               AIG42B         $4.00


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MAGNETIC NUMBERS--BRAILLE:
There are 26 plastic pieces embossed with Braille. Ages 3 and up.
                                                               AIG43B         $4.00

MAP--KENNETH JERNIGAN MAP
OF THE UNITED STATES:
Measuring 32 1/2 x 18 inches, this colorful take-apart topographical puzzle map of
the United States has state boundaries of all fifty states with Braille state
abbreviations. The major rivers, mountain chains, latitude and longitude lines, and
state capitals are all tactile. Braille and print instructions included.
                                                                      AIG19M $250.00

PLACE MAT--ALPHABET, BRAILLE:
This sturdy and colorful vinyl place mat is a great aid in learning the alphabet in
Braille and print. Each picture has the name of the object and letter of the alphabet
in Braille and print.                                               AIG41B     $5.00

PUZZLE--FEEL AND FIND:
This item has 20 colorful wooden shapes measuring up to 2 1/2 inches each with
matching indented tiles measuring 3 1/2 x 2 inches each. Ages 3 to 7.
                                                               AIG17P    $22.00

SHAPES--COUNT & LEARN, BRAILLE:
The ten frames are a fun way for children to learn recognition and definition of
numbers as well as ten basic geometric shapes. Each frame measures 5 1/2 x 8 1/4
inches and has a punched out number and corresponding number of a geometric
shape(s) with Braille labeling. This item is made of high-density foam material and it
is non-toxic. Ages 3 and up.                                     AIG32B       $18.00


GAMES
BACKGAMMON--MAGNETIC:
The white magnetic board measures 14 x 14 inches and has tactile markings,
magnetic colored pieces, and tactile dice. Braille and print instructions are included.
                                                                   AIG00B       $30.00

BINGO CARD--BRAILLE:
The card is made of white plastic with indented squares to hold the thin plastic
markers. Measuring 7 3/4 x 9 1/4 inches, the card has Braille and print markings.
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CHECKERS AND/OR CHESS SET:
Board: Black on white pegged board measuring 12 x 12 inches.

Checkers: The checkers come in two shapes, square (black) and circular (red).
They are made of wood.                                      AIG01C       $20.00

Chess: The chessmen come in two types of tops, flat and round. They are made of
plastic. Each piece has a dowel on the bottom that fits easily into the pegged board.
                                                                   AIG02C    $25.00

CHECKERS/CHESS SET:
This set contains a board and a set of checkers and chessmen. See AIG01C and
AIG02C for further descriptions.                              AIGXXC $40.00

DICE:
Two large, 3/4-inch square die; plastic with raised dot markings.
                                                                    AIG04D   $3.00

DOMINOES--BOARD SET, MAGNETIC:
The white magnetic board measures 12 1/2 x 15 1/2 and comes with white magnetic
dominoes with raised dot markings. Braille and print instructions are included.
                                                                 AIG03D      $12.00

DOMINOES--BOX SET:
Plastic, 1/4 x 1 1/2 x 2 1/2 inches, 28 pieces, white with black indented dots in a
black vinyl case. Braille and print instructions included.         AIG11D      $15.00

MEGAWORD:
This word game is similar to Scrabble®. The game board measures 18 x 18 inches
and comes with a plastic overlay with indented squares and square tiles both of
which have Braille and print markings. Braille and print instructions included.
                                                                   AIG07M $37.00

TIC TAC TOE:
The black plastic game board measures 6 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches and has indented
squares to place the 1-1/4-inch metal X’s and O’s. The bottom of the game board
slides open to store the game pieces.                          AIG26G     $10.00

THE TOUCH GAME:
This is a fun game for family and friends to test their sensory perception and
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your sense of touch. There are 20 theme cards with fun facts for each object and 49
game pieces. The dome game board with cardholder is circular and measures 21
inches across. Ages 5 and up.                                   AIG29T     $33.00

THE TOUCH GAME--NEW:
This version of The Touch Game does not have an assembly unit to hold the theme
cards. The cards are placed on the table around the dome game board. Ages 5 and
up.                                                          AIG29N     $18.00



THE TOUCH GAME--EXPANSION PACKS:
Works for both the original and new versions. Ages 5 and up.
           African Wild Life: Twelve pieces and six cards.                          AIG29A     $6.00
           Farm Animals: Twelve pieces and six cards.                               AIG29F     $6.00

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Low Vision
(See also Magnifiers)

LOW VISION RESOURCE KIT FOR SENIORS:
Contains a sample of aids and literature to help people who are losing their vision.
                                                                AIL32V       $30.00


RECORD KEEPING AIDS
ADDRESS BOOK--LARGE PRINT:
Each spiral-bound page measures 7 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches. There are 24 entries for
each letter of the alphabet (XYZ are combined).              AIL00A      $12.00

CALENDAR--LARGE PRINT: Calendar is for 2007. Spiral-bound, each month is
tabbed and measures 24 x 11 inches with 2-inch blocks for each day of the month.
There is an area for monthly notes as well as a three-month calendar.
                                                                AIL05C    $10.00

CHECK REGISTER--LARGE PRINT:
Measures 5 x 9 inches and is spiral-bound.                                          AIL10C     $6.00




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WRITING AIDS
PEN--20/20 BLACK: This pen produces a highly visible line with bold, black ink that
dries instantly.                                              AIL27P      $1.25

WRITING BOARD--GROOVED: This board measures 8 1/2 x 11 inches with lines
slightly raised so that they may be felt through a sheet of paper. AIL20W $2.00

WRITING PAPER--DARK LINED, WHITE: This 8 1/2 x 11 inch writing pad has
lines on both sides, 100 sheets.                       AIL13P      $4.00


WRITING GUIDES
All guides are a template made of either metal or plastic.

CHECK WRITING GUIDE
    Aluminum: Measures 3 3/4 x 6 inches.                                            AIL30C     $9.00
    Plastic: Measures 2 3/4 x 6 inches.                                             AIL05G     $3.00

ENVELOPE WRITING GUIDE
    Aluminum: Measures 4 x 7 5/8 inches.                                            AIL31E     $6.00
    Plastic: Measures 4 1/4 x 7 3/4 inches.                                         AIL08G     $2.00

LETTER WRITING GUIDE
    Aluminum: Measures 8 1/2 x 11 inches.                                           AIL29L     $10.00
    Plastic: Measures 8 1/2 x 11 inches.                                            AIL12G     $1.00

SIGNATURE GUIDE
    Aluminum: Measures 2 1/8 x 3 7/8 inches.                                        AIL28S     $2.50
    Aluminum with Elastic: Measures 2 1/4 x 4 1/2 inches.                           AIL18G     $6.00
    Metal: Measures 1 x 3 1/2 inches.                                               AIL19G     $3.50
    Plastic: Measures 2 1/2 x 4 inches.                                             AIL17G     $0.50

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Magnifiers

MAGNIFIER--3-LENS (5X, 10X, or 15X): Folding, pocket-sized magnifier that uses
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MAGNIFIER--ILLUMINATED (8X):
Handheld made by Schweitzer. It measures 8 1/4 inches long with a 1-1/4-inch-wide
handle area and a head base of 2 3/4 inches with a slide button to turn on the light.
                                                                AIL33M       $42.00

MAGNIFIER--ILLUMINATED POCKET (8X):
Handheld made by Schweitzer. It measures 5 inches long with a 1-3/4-inch-wide
handle area and a slide button to turn on the light.         AIL34M      $36.00

MAGNIFIER--ILLUMINATED POCKET (10X):
Handheld made by Schweitzer. It measures 5 inches long with a 1-3/4-inch-wide
handle area and a slide button to turn on the light.        AIL35M      $36.00

MAGNIFIER--NFB RETRACTABLE LIGHTED (5X):
Measuring 4 x 1 3/4 x 15/16 inches; 2.3 ounces; retractable magnifier with light and
a distortion-free aspheric lens. Uses two AAA batteries and one base type 2.5V light
bulb (all included).                                            AIL22M       $18.00

MAGNIFIER--PENDANT WITH TURQUOISE STONE (4X): This is a fashionable 2-
inch glass lens that has a silver-tone metal design with a turquoise stone and comes
with a black silk neck cord.                                      AIL37M     $10.00

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Mathematical Aids

ABACUS--CRANMER:
Measuring 1/2 x 3 x 6 inches; useful for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and
division. It has four beads in one section, a single bead in the other. The four beads
represent 1 through 4, and the single bead represents 5. There are 11 such rows of
beads. A felt backing prevents slippage of beads.                  AIM01A       $18.00

CALCULATOR--10-DIGIT, TALKING:
Measuring 5 1/4 x 7 x 1 1/2 inches; 7.6 ounces; silver; talking calculator, alarm
clock/music box; entries and results reported in voice; 10-digit LCD display; voice
volume control and shutoff; auto back-to-time mode after 8-minute idle; time and
date display; built-in talking alarm clock; calculation results reported in digit or unit;
15 selections of melody, play all or single. Requires two AAA batteries (included).
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CALCULATOR--BIG NUMBER, TALKING:
Measuring 7 x 5 x 3/4 inches, this gray plastic calculator has basic math functions,
including percentage and power calculations, with memory. It provides an 8-
character output by a female voice, a 1/2-inch visual display, a repeat key, and a 3-
level volume control. Requires two AA batteries (included).       AIM21C      $20.00

CALCULATOR--CHIMING, TALKING:
Measuring 3 1/2 x 7 1/2 x 1 inches, this black plastic calculator has basic math
functions including percentage. It provides an 8-character output by female voice, a
3/8-inch visual display, speed control, and volume control. Requires two AA
batteries (included).                                              AIM15C    $15.00

CALCULATOR--POCKET-SIZED, TALKING:
Measuring 5 x 3 1/4 x 5/8 inches, this white plastic calculator has 8 digits; basic
math functions including memory; volume control and volume on/off; a repeat key;
and time/alarm. Requires two AAA batteries (included).            AIM22C       $20.00

CALCULATOR--POCKET-SIZED, TALKING, WITH PHOTO INSERT:
Includes an alarm clock and measures 4 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches. This 10-digit calculator
has a slot for a photo on the inside hinged cover. It is made of plastic, the color is
silver, and it features an on/off switch for volume. Requires a CR2025 button battery
(included).                                                        AIM28C       $17.00

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Measuring Devices

EXTENSION MEASURING TOOL--CLICK RULE:
An efficient tactile measuring device that measures up to 12 inches with accuracy of
1/16 of an inch. Three 12-inch extensions allow measurement up to 4 feet. This
device consists of four major parts: 1/2-inch aluminum tube, sliding threaded rod,
locking screw, 1/4-inch-thick metal stop.                        AID01R     $65.00

EXTENSION MEASURING TOOL--ROTOMATIC:
This tool comes with a base measuring rod of 6 1/4 inches with three extension rods
(measuring 6, 12, and 18 inches each) and a locking nut which allows measurement
up to 3 1/2 feet. The nut moves on the threaded base rod in which the threads are
1/16 inch apart. One 1/4 turn of the nut equals 1/64 inch.      AID04R     $50.00




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MEASURING TAPE--LOW VISION:
The tape is yellow with large black numbers and measures up to 60 inches.
                                                              AIH12N      $1.50

MEASURING TAPE--TACTILE:
The tape is white with black numbers and measures up to 60 inches. The tactile
markings are made with metal eyelets marking every half inch.
                                                              AIH07N     $5.00

MEASURING TAPE--TALKING:
This unit measures up to 16 feet (5 meters) and comes with print instructions. Uses
one 9V battery (included).                                     AID06T       $99.00

METERSTICK--BRAILLE:
This item has tactile and/or Braille markings every centimeter.                     AID57M     $15.00

MICROMETER--PRECISION MEASURING TOOL, DIGITAL READOUT, TALKING:
Please call our office (410-659-9314, ext. 2216) for pricing and sizes.

MICROMETER--PRECISION MEASURING TOOL, MANUAL:
Please call our office (410-659-9314, ext. 2216) for pricing and sizes.

RULER--BRAILLE, FOLDING:
This ruler is made of aluminum and measures up to 12 inches with tactile markings
at every 1/4 inch and notches at every inch. It folds in half. There is no print on this
ruler.                                                             AID02R        $6.00

RULER--BRAILLE:
This ruler is made of aluminum and measures up to 12 inches with tactile markings
at every 1/4 inch and notches at every inch. There is no print on this ruler.
                                                                 AID00R       $6.00

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Medical Devices

BLOOD GLUCOSE MONITOR--ACCU-CHEK VOICEMATE SYSTEM:
Includes Advantage Blood Glucose Monitor and a voice unit, test strips, lancets,
control solution, check strip, insulin identification capability, an earphone, two 3V
batteries, one 9V battery, AC adapter, and carrying case. Print and cassette
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BLOOD PRESSURE METER--TALKING:
A small, portable unit measuring 6 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches; includes standard-size cuff
and carrying case. It gives systolic and diastolic pressure and pulse. Includes
cassette and large print instructions. Uses four AA batteries (included).
                                                                  AIM19M $149.00

BLOOD PRESSURE CUFF--LARGE:
For use with talking blood pressure meter (item AIM19M).                            AIM04B     $24.00

CPR AUDIO RESCUE AID:
This device talks CPR-trained individuals through the CPR steps for adults, children,
and babies in a male voice. Unit measures 3 x 3/4 inches so it fits easily in your
hand and can be attached to a key chain. Requires three AAAA batteries (included).
                                                                 AIG28R        $30.00

THERMOMETER--DIGITAL TALKING: Clinical thermometer, visual display, last
temperature memory.                                    AIM05T      $15.00

THERMOMETER PROBE COVERS--DIGITAL TALKING:
For use with the talking digital thermometer, item AIM05T. Thin, disposable covers.
100 per package.                                                 AIM00T     $3.00

LO-DOSE COUNT-A-DOSE:
This device assists diabetics in filling syringes with insulin. Holds 1 or 2 bottles of
U-100 insulin (any brand), uses lo-dose (1/2 cc) disposable insulin syringes, fills in
1-unit increments, makes a distinctive click that can be heard and felt with each
increment. Unit is small enough to fit in the palm of the hand. AIM06CL $40.00

PRESCRIPTION READER--TALKING:
A single self-contained unit where a doctor, pharmacist, or caregiver records your
prescription instructions. Push the red button and listen to the recorded instructions.
Fits 12-, 13-, 16-, or 20-dram size prescription vial. Separate unit for each
prescription.                                                      AIM27T      $15.00

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Recording and Playback Devices and Accessories


ACCESSORIES
CASSETTE C-60                                                                       AIA18C60 $1.00

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CASSETTE C-90                                                   AIA17C90 $1.00

HEADPHONES--STEREO:
Padded ears, lightweight unit with volume control.              AIA14H      $20.00


RECORDING AND PLAYBACK DEVICES
CASSETTE PLAYER/RECORDER--CAN-DO:
This unit has a 2- and 4-track player and 2-track recorder with automatic sleep
switch, variable speed, cue marker, external speakers, and stereo headphones.
Requires two AA batteries (included).                            AIA21R      $70.00

CASSETTE PLAYER/RECORDER--PANASONIC® FOUR-TRACK:
Model number RQ-P35; 4 1/2 x 3 1/2 x 1 1/8 inches; 5 ounces. Unit is a 4-track
player with earphones (no external speaker), variable speed, fast forward, rewind,
and a belt clip. Uses two AA batteries (included).              AIA12R      $80.00

CASSETTE PLAYER/RECORDER--PANASONIC® TALKMAN XL:
Model number RQ-A200; 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches; 8 ounces. Unit has a stereo 2-
and 4-track player and a 2- and 4-track recorder, AM/FM stereo radio, two speeds,
built-in speaker, external stereo microphone, headphones, AC adapter, and print
and cassette instructions. Uses two AA batteries (included).   AIA00R      $170.00

CASSETTE PLAYER/RECORDER--SONY® SLIM-MAN:
Model number TCM-929; 9 1/4 x 5 1/2 x 2 inches; 1.13 pounds. Unit has a 4-track
player, 2-track recorder (1 7/8 and 15/16 speeds), stereo microphone, variable
speed, pause, tape counter, microphone, headphone jacks, print and cassette
instructions, and AC adapter. Requires four AAA batteries (included).
                                                                AIA07R     $99.00

CASSETTE PLAYER/RECORDER--SOUNDMAN:
Features AM/FM/TV/Weather 4-band tuner. Includes tone indexer and variable
speed control. Plays 2- and 4-track cassettes and records on 2-track. Includes AC
adapter and headphones. Requires four size D batteries (included).
                                                                AIA02R     $175.00

CASSETTE PLAYER/RECORDER--TELEX® NARRATOR DESKTOP:
Measuring 10 1/16 x 10 1/16 x 3.5 inches; 2.5 pounds. This is a 4-track player only.
It plays NLS format 15/16 ips cassettes with variable speed to 1 7/8 ips. It comes
with a remote jack and an AC adapter and uses six standard size C batteries
(included).                                                      AIA22R       $108.00


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CASSETTE PLAYER/RECORDER--TELEX TUTOR®:
Measuring 5 1/2 x 4 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches; 8 ounces. Unit is a 4-track player, 2-track
recorder with two speeds (1 7/8 and 15/16 ips), built-in speaker, microphone,
headphones, tone and volume controls, cue and review, automatic shut-off, and
tape-erase capability. Requires two AA batteries (included).      AIA23R $125.00

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Sleep Shades

MINDFOLD SHADES:
Black plastic eye masks with foam cut out for eyes and an adjustable strap.
                                                               AIA06S       $8.00

SLEEP SHADES:
Black satin, thinly padded eye mask.                                                AIA07S     $5.00

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Timekeeping Devices


CLOCKS

BRAILLE CLOCKS

CLOCK--QUARTZ, BRAILLE:
Alarm clock made out of white plastic, it stands 4 inches high with a black face and
white numbers with a 3-inch-round face and comes with a removable, clear, plastic
cover. All the controls are on the back. Requires one AA battery (included).
                                                                  AIB02L      $30.00

CLOCK--TOUCH-TIME WIND-UP, BRAILLE:
This is a wind-up gold tone, white face with black numbers desk clock. It measures
3 inches high and 2 1/2 inches wide. It has a 2-inch-diameter open face with raised
dots, three dots for the 12 o’clock, two dots for the 3, 6, and 9, and a single dot for
the remaining numbers. The clock has an alarm that is set by a dial on the back and
a push button on top to turn the alarm off. All setting dials are on the back of the
clock. This is a wind-up clock; therefore, no batteries are needed.
                                                                    AIB05C $15.00


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LOW VISION CLOCKS

CLOCK--SPARTUS LUNAR, LARGE PRINT:
Measuring 3 x 4 x 8 inches with a 2-inch visual display; electronic with battery back-
up capability. The snooze control is on top with the setting dials on the back.
                                                                   AIL03C     $28.00

TALKING CLOCKS

CLOCK--ANALOG, TALKING:
A black plastic retro-style alarm clock with a white face and large black numbers.
One push of the large button on top and the current time will be announced in a
clear female voice. All setting dials are on the back of the clock. Requires two AA
batteries (included).                                               AIC27T     $13.00

CLOCK--CALENDAR, TALKING:
This clock measures 5 1/2 x 3 x 1 1/4 inches and has 4 buttons to set and announce
the date and time. The clock has a male voice with a British accent and a selection
of 11 alarm sounds. This clock does not have a visual readout. Requires one 9V
battery (included).                                             AIC05T      $70.00

CLOCK--CUBE, TALKING:
This black plastic with gold edge trim alarm clock has a female voice that talks when
each button is pressed. It measures 2 3/4 x 2 1/2 inches, weighs 4.7 ounces, and
features a high/low volume selection, 12- or 24-hour cycle, and an hourly report
option. It has the original NFB logo. Requires two AA batteries (included).
                                                                 AIC01T       $25.00

CLOCK--TRAVEL, NFB, POCKET, TALKING:
Measuring 3 3/4 x 2 1/2 x 1/2 inches, this black plastic clock has a female voice.
The setting features are under a folding cover that can be flipped back to use as a
stand, speaks as it is being set, 12- or 24-hour cycle, high/low volume adjustment,
alarm, and visual display. It has the original NFB logo. Requires two 3V batteries
(included).                                                       AIC26T     $25.00

CLOCK--TRAVEL, TALKING:
This black plastic travel clock talks when each button is pressed and has a female
voice. It measures 3 3/4 x 2 1/2 x 3/4 inches and features 12- or 24-hour cycle,
hourly time announcement, alarm, and a long-life lithium battery. Controls and
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CLOCK WITH TIMER--TALKING:
Measuring 2 1/2 x 1/2 x 3 1/4 inches, this white plastic unit has three features:
talking clock, talking count-down timer, and a count-up timer. Eight alarm sounds,
repeat selection for count-down timer, timer memory, speaks while it is being set,
and has a magnet and a belt clip on the back. Requires two AG-13 batteries
(included).                                                        AIC02T      $18.00

TALKING CLOCK RADIOS

RADIO/ALARM CLOCK--AM/FM ELECTRIC, TALKING:
This silver, electric alarm clock measures 8 x 3 x 4 1/3 inches with a 1-1/2-inch
digital time display. Time is announced in a female voice with a choice of 3 alarm
sounds. The radio can be set to turn on after the alarm sounds and has a snooze
function. Requires two AAA batteries for backup (included).       AIC29T       $27.00

RADIO/ALARM CLOCK--TINY TALKING:
Measuring 3 x 3 x 2 inches; less than 6 ounces; LCD time display is 5/8 inches and
the clock talks you through the setting functions. A scan button controls the FM
station changes. Antenna included. Requires three AAA batteries (included).
                                                                  AIC28T      $13.00

TALKING KEY CHAIN CLOCKS

KEY CHAIN CLOCK--TALKING:
Measuring 3 x 1 1/4 x 1/2 inches, this plastic talking alarm clock is attached to a
metal key chain. It has an hourly report chime, chiming alarm, a visual display, and
a female voice. The voice is activated by a touch of the button on the top. Requires
three AG-13 batteries (included).                                  AIC24T      $15.00

KEY CHAIN CLOCK--TEMPERATURE, TALKING:
Measuring 3 x 2 1/4 x 3/4 inches; 1.9 ounces; fluorescent green with gray buttons,
this plastic talking clock is attached to a metal key chain. It has an hourly report
chime, chiming alarm, visual display, female voice, and announces the room
temperature. Touching the snooze button on the right side of the unit activates the
voice. Requires two LR44 batteries (included).                       AIC06T     $10.00




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WATCHES

BRAILLE WATCHES--WRIST MEN’S
All men’s Braille wristwatches have a 6-o’clock opening and a face measuring 1
inch.

Quartz with chrome bezel, face, and expansion band; Braille.   AIB09SC    $50.00

Quartz with gold tone bezel and expansion band and chrome face; Braille.
                                                            AIB09SG $65.00

Quartz with gold tone bezel and leather band; Braille.         AIB09SGL $49.00

Quartz with square, gold tone bezel and face and black leather band; Braille.
                                                                AIB15WG $75.00

BRAILLE WATCHES--WRIST, WOMEN’S
All women’s Braille wristwatches have a 6-o’clock opening and a face measuring
3/4 inches.

Quartz with chrome bezel, face, and expansion band; Braille.   AIB05CE    $50.00

Quartz with chrome bezel and face and black leather band; Braille.
                                                              AIB05CL     $50.00

Quartz with gold tone bezel, white face, and gold tone expansion band; Braille.
                                                               AIB05GE $65.00

Quartz with gold tone bezel and face and black leather band; Braille.
                                                               AIB05GL    $65.00

Quartz Seiko with chrome bezel, black face, and black leather band; Braille.
                                                               AIB18WC $100.00

Self-winding with chrome bezel and face and black leather band; Braille.
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BRAILLE POCKET WATCHES AND ACCESSORIES

POCKET WATCH--QUARTZ:
With gold tone bezel and a white face with a diameter of 1 1/4 inches and a stem
opening at 3 o’clock; Braille.                                   AIB14PG $100.00

POCKET WATCH--SMALL WIND-UP: With gold face and case, Braille.
                                                     AIB12WG $65.00

POCKET WATCH CHAIN: With gold tone; eight inches long.           AIB00WG $14.00


TALKING WATCHES--WRIST, UNISEX
Each unisex talking wristwatch has a female voice that speaks while it is being set,
a rooster alarm, visual display, and long-life lithium battery.

Black round face with a dial for setting features.               AIW19T     $15.00


TALKING WATCHES--WRIST, MEN’S

Black and gray 2-tone plastic watch with oval face, a female voice, LCD display, and
4 alarms.                                                        AIW50T    $15.00

Quartz, chrome bezel and 1-1/2-inch face, brown leather band, and female voice.
                                                              AIW09T     $49.00

Quartz, chrome bezel and expansion band, white 1-1/2-inch face, black numbers,
and female voice.                                            AIW44T      $49.00

Quartz, gold tone bezel and 1-1/2-inch face, black leather band, and female voice.
                                                                AIW10T     $49.00

Quartz, gold tone bezel and expansion band, white 1-1/2-inch face, black numbers,
and female voice.                                              AIW45T      $49.00

Quartz, stainless steel, chrome bezel and link band, includes LCD display, four
separate alarms, a talking 24-hour stopwatch, talking time and date, optional hourly
time announcement, and a female voice. Round face.              AIW47T $18.00




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Quartz, stainless steel, chrome bezel and link band, white 1-1/2-inch face, black
numbers, and female voice.                                       AIW37T      $50.00

TALKING WATCHES--WRIST, WOMEN’S

Rose and pearl 2-tone plastic watch with oval face, a female voice, LCD display,
and 4 alarms.                                                   AIW51T     $15.00

Quartz, gold tone bezel and expansion band, white 1-inch face, black numbers, and
a female voice.                                                AIW33T    $49.00

Quartz, gold tone bezel, white 1-inch face, black numbers, black leather band, and
female voice.                                                   AIW34T      $49.00

Quartz, gold tone bezel, 1-inch face, and expansion band; black numbers and
female voice.                                                  AIW46T    $49.00

Quartz, silver bezel, blue 1-inch face with black leather band and female voice.
                                                                 AIW35T      $49.00

Quartz, silver bezel, white 1-inch face, trimmed in blue, black leather band, and
female voice.                                                      AIW36T     $49.00

Quartz, stainless steel bezel and link band, white 1-inch face, black numbers, and
female voice.                                                     AIW38T    $50.00

TALKING WATCHES--POCKET/PENDANT

Quartz, gold tone bezel, face, and 27-inch chain. The face measures 1 5/8 inches
with black numbers. There are 3 alarm sounds, an optional hourly announcement,
and a voice prompt for setting the watch.                      AIW57T      $40.00

TALKING WATCHES--CHILDREN'S

Wristwatch--Plastic, Talking: Measures 1 1/8 x 1 1/2 inches and has an LCD face
with alarm functions.
            Black                                               AIW53T    $5.50
            Clear Blue                                          AIW56T    $5.50
            Silver                                              AIW55T    $5.50

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Writing Supplies


BRAILLE PAPER
(All paper is white.)
Please see page 70 for special shipping and handling charges for Braille paper.
Please note: We are not able to process any order for Braille paper over 10 units.

8 1/2 x 11 LIGHTWEIGHT (500 SHEETS): 70#, three-hole punched, shipping
weight: 7 pounds.                                        AIP02B      $10.00

8 1/2 x 11 HEAVYWEIGHT (400 SHEETS): 90#, shipping weight: 9 pounds.
                                                        AIP05B      $10.00

11 1/2 x 11 HEAVYWEIGHT (500 SHEETS): 90#, shipping weight: 15 pounds.
                                                        AIP00B     $20.00

9 1/2 x 11 TRACTOR FEED (1,000 SHEETS/BOX): 100#, shipping weight: 24
pounds. The sheets measure 8 1/2 x 11 inches when the tractor feed edges are
removed.                                                    AIP04B     $25.00

12 1/2 x 11 TRACTOR FEED (1,000 SHEETS/BOX): 100#. The sheets measure 11
1/2 x 11 inches when the tractor feed edges are removed.
      Non-punched paper; shipping weight: 33 pounds.     AIP01B  $30.00
      Pre-punched 19-holed; shipping weight: 34 pounds.  AIP06B  $40.00


BRAILLEWRITER ACCESSORIES
BRAILLEWRITER LABELING TAPE HOLDER: The unit is clipped onto a Perkins’
Brailler to make Dymo tape labels.                   AIB22W $26.00

NFB BRAILLEWRITER CASE:
This sturdy soft-sided zipper case is used to carry a Perkins’ Brailler. It comes with a
shoulder strap and has the original NFB logo.                     AIB03W $10.00


LABELERS AND MARKERS
BRAILLE LABEL WRITER: It is a handheld device that measures 10 x 1 1/2 inches
with the diameter of the letter wheel being 4 inches. The letter wheel area has both
Braille and print letters, plus an additional 18 Braille symbols for ease of your
selection. To make your label, align the desired letter and squeeze the handle to


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imprint the letter onto the labeling tape. Select cut and squeeze handle to dispense
your Braille label. Labeling tape is not included.                AIL01L      $50.00

LABELING SHEET--PLASTIC ADHESIVE, TRACTOR FEED: The tractor fed sheet
measures 9 1/2 x 11 inches (and 8 1/2 x 11 when tractor feed edges are removed)
and has a 4-part lightweight peel-off backing.                 AIL25A    $1.00

LABELING SHEET--PLASTIC ADHESIVE: The sheet measures 8 1/2 x 11 inches
with lightweight peel-off backing.                 AIL24A       $2.00

LABELING TAPE--TRANSPARENT, DYMO:
The labeling tape is clear and measures 1/2 inch by 12 feet long with a peel-off
backing. It is used with a Braillewriter labeling tape holder, slates with a Dymo slot,
or a Braille label writer.                                          AIL23T      $2.25

STAMP--FREE MATTER: A rubber stamp with a wooden handle measuring 2
inches wide, 2 1/2 inches in height, and 3/4 inches in depth. Does not include stamp
pad or ink.                                                      AIL04M      $2.00


NOTEBOOKS
POCKET NOTEBOOK WITH PAPER: The notebook measures 4 x 6 inches with 6
rings and includes 50 sheets. It is ideal for a 19-cell, 6-line slate.
            Pocket Notebook with Paper                               AIN16N $10.50
            Pocket Notebook Refill Paper (50 sheets)                 AIN09P $2.00

SLATES
(All slates come with a stylus.)

1-LINE, 25-CELL: Aluminum.                                         AIS14S      $14.00

4-LINE, 10-CELL: Pocket slate, aluminum, with signature guide.
                                                                   AIS24S      $10.00

4-LINE, 18-CELL: Lightweight metal, jumbo pins on bottom, Dymo slot.
                                                             AIS20S            $10.00

4-LINE, 18-CELL: Lightweight metal, jumbo pins on top, Dymo slot.
                                                             AIS21S            $10.00

4-LINE, 18-CELL: Pocket slate, pins on bottom.                     AIS22S      $10.00


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4-LINE, 19-CELL: Aluminum, pins on bottom.                        AIS00S      $30.00

4-LINE, 28-CELL: NFB plastic.                                     AIS16S      $6.00

4-LINE, 28-CELL: Lightweight metal, pins on bottom, Dymo slot.
                                                              AIS18S          $12.00

4-LINE, 28-CELL: Lightweight metal, pins on top, Dymo slot.       AIS19S      $10.00

4-LINE, 28-CELL: Whozit slate, steel, pins on bottom, Dymo slot.
                                                               AIS26S         $15.00

4-LINE, 28-CELL: Whozit slate, aluminum, pins on bottom, Dymo slot.
                                                            AIS27S            $8.00

6-LINE, 19-CELL: Pocket slate, aluminum, pins on bottom, Dymo slot.
                                                            AIS02S            $25.00

6-LINE, 19-CELL: Pocket slate, aluminum, pins on top, Dymo slot.
                                                             AIS25S           $10.00

11-LINE, 19-CELL: Interline (5 lines on one side, 6 on the other); plastic for use with
3 x 5 index cards.                                               AIS13S        $6.00

13-LINE, 35-CELL: Aluminum full-page slate with 13 lines and 35 cells. This item
has pins on the bottom.                                       AIS34S      $16.00

BOARD SLATE--41-CELL: Wooden board.                               AIS17S      $55.00


STYLUSES AND ERASERS
STYLUS--WOODEN/PLASTIC: Measures 2 1/2 inches long with metal tip.
         Black, plastic                                AIS11S      $3.00
         Green (fluorescent), plastic                  AIS11SG $3.00
         Multi-colors swirled together, plastic        AIS23S      $3.00
         White, non-rolling, wooden                    AIS11SNR $3.00

STYLUS--PLASTIC: Measures 2 5/8 x 1 1/4 inches with metal tip.
         Blue, saddle-shaped.                               AIS12S            $3.00

ERASER--WOODEN: Measures 3 inches long.                           AIS15S      $3.00

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HOLDER--STYLUS: A wooden holder for any stylus. This item comes with a
carrying pouch that has a belt loop for easy transportation. AIS40S  $10.00

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GIFT CERTIFICATES

       $25.00 Certificate                                                           AGC25D     $25.00
       $50.00 Certificate                                                           AGC50D     $50.00
       $75.00 Certificate                                                           AGC75D     $75.00
       $100.00 Certificate                                                          AGC100D    $100.00

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SPECIALTY ITEMS

NATIONAL CENTER FOR THE BLIND MUG:
Stoneware with original logo*.                                                      LSMXX1N $20.00

WHOZIT** SHAPED PIN--GOLD                                                           LSJ20G     $15.00

WHOZIT SHAPED PIN--STERLING SILVER                                                  LSJ20S     $10.00

WHOZIT PIN--SQUARE, GOLD                                                            LSJ21G     $15.00

WHOZIT PIN--SQUARE, STERLING SILVER                                                 LSJ21S     $10.00

WHOZIT PIN--SQUARE, GOLD, WITH FULL COLOR                                           LSJ24G     $15.00

WHOZIT SHAPED CHARM--GOLD                                                           LSJ22G     $15.00

WHOZIT SHAPED CHARM--STERLING SILVER                                                LSJ22S     $10.00

* The original NFB logo included the words Security, Equality, and Opportunity
wrapped around a circle enclosing a large triangle with NFB emblazoned in the
center.

** The new NFB logo, introduced at the 2002 convention, features Whozit--the
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the large letters NFB in black print and the full name, National Federation of the
Blind, in grey print below the abbreviation.

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SHIPPING AND HANDLING

General
These Shipping and Handling schedules apply when shipping cost items within the
contiguous 48 states. Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto Rico shipping options are 2nd
Day or Next Day Air only. These general fees do not apply to Braille computer
paper or straight canes. Please see separate schedule of fees for Braille computer
paper and straight canes below.

Free items are not charged a handling or international processing fee.

All customers outside of the United States must pay the actual cost of shipping
whether it is a free or a cost item. All countries except for the United States and
Canada must also pay a $40.00 international processing fee on all cost orders. This
fee is in place of the handling fee schedule listed below.

No items valued at $50.00 or above will be sent Free Matter in the United States or
to Canada.

No cost items will be sent outside of the United States or Canada via Free Matter.

SHIPPING CHARGES:                     UPS Ground                     $6.00
                                      UPS 3 Day                      $9.00
                                      UPS 2 Day                      $13.00
                                      UPS Next Day Air               $25.00

HANDLING CHARGES:                  Orders from:              $0.01 - $49.99                    = $3.00
                                                             $50.00 - $99.99                   = $5.00
                                                             $100.00 - $499.99                 = $10.00
                                                             $500.00 - $999.99                 = $15.00
                                                             $1,000.00 and above               = $20.00

Free Matter for the Blind shipments within the United States or to Canada may take
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Braille Computer Paper and Straight Canes

BRAILLE COMPUTER PAPER: 9 1/2” X 11”
This rate applies to Braille computer paper only. The rate applies per each box
ordered.
            UPS Ground              $11.00
            UPS 3 Day               $24.00
            UPS 2 Day               $35.50
            UPS Next Day Air        $54.00

BRAILLE COMPUTER PAPER: 11 1/2” X 11”
This rate applies to Braille computer paper only. The rate applies per each box
ordered.
            UPS Ground              $14.00
            UPS 3 Day               $30.00
            UPS 2 Day               $44.25
            UPS Next Day Air        $63.00

STRAIGHT CANES (up to five)
When ordering more than five straight canes, please contact our office at 410-659-
9314, ext. 2216 or e-mail us at <IndependenceMarket@nfb.org> for shipping and
handling charges.

             UPS Ground                 $7.00
             UPS 3 Day                  $14.75
             UPS 2 Day                  $21.50
             UPS Next Day Air           $37.25

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RETURN POLICY
You may return items within thirty days of the date it was shipped to you for a
replacement or refund. Please note that we do not refund shipping and handling
charges. Please contact our office for a return authorization number. Returned items
must be in the original packaging. Please include the packing slip. The material
must be in re-sellable condition. All refunds will be issued by check.

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WARRANTIES AND GUARANTEES
The NFB offers no warranties or guarantees on the products we sell. However,
some manufacturers supplying products for resale through us may provide



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warranties or guarantees. For information about a manufacturer's possible warranty
or guarantee, please contact the manufacturer directly.
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ORDER FORM

              National Federation of the Blind, Independence Market
                      1800 Johnson Street, Baltimore, MD 21230
               Phone: (410) 659-9314 x 2216 Fax: (410) 685-2340
           E-mail: IndependenceMarket@nfb.org Web site: www.nfb.org

Prices are subject to revision and may be changed without notice. Please check our
Web site at www.nfb.org for the latest additions to our Resource Guide.
Items may be ordered via standard mail using the enclosed order form, via e-mail at
<IndependenceMarket@nfb.org>, or online at <www.nfb.org>. Orders may also be
placed by telephone at (410) 659-9314, extension 2216, Monday through Friday,
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST. Visitors to the Jacobus tenBroek Library may also
obtain these items from our Independence Market in person.

                                 Billing Information:          Shipping Information:
CUSTOMER NAME                    ________________              ____________________
COMPANY                          ________________              ____________________
ADDRESS/APT./SUITE               ________________              ____________________
CITY/STATE/ZIP                   ________________              ____________________
TELEPHONE NO.                    ________________              ____________________
E-MAIL ADDRESS                   ________________              ____________________

QTY.   ITEM CODE FORMAT* ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT COST                       TOTAL COST
____   ___________ _______ _________________ _________                    ___________
____   ___________ _______ _________________ _________                    ___________
____   ___________ _______ _________________ _________                    ___________
____   ___________ _______ _________________ _________                    ___________

                                                     SHIPPING (UPS)____________
                                                     HANDLING      ____________
                                                     TOTAL COST $____________
METHOD OF PAYMENT:




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MAKE CHECK PAYABLE TO: NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND (NFB)

CREDIT CARD:
CREDIT CARD#: __________________ EXPIRATION DATE: ______
SECURITY CODE (last three digits from the back of the credit card): _________
NAME (as it appears on card): _______________________________________
SIGNATURE: ___________________________________________________
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: ________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________

* Please be sure to select the format choice, otherwise the default format will be
  print. Items are not always available in all formats.
** Institutional purchase orders are accepted with payment within thirty days.

Please consider a bequest to the National Federation of the Blind.
E-mail: Outreach@nfb.org

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