Lighthouse History Book Available for Purchase:
Order Your Copy of Seattle’s Best-Kept Secret Today!
Last year, the Seattle Lighthouse saw the official release of Seattle’s Best-Kept Secret: A History of the Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc. Volumes of this narrative are currently available for purchase courtesy of the Seattle Lighthouse customer service department.
This history introduces you to the exceptional men and women who helped to build this unique organization committed to creating opportunities for people who are blind, Deaf-Blind, and blind with other disabilities. From the Lighthouse’s early beginnings to the first Deaf-Blind retreat to the amazing technological breakthroughs in assistive computer equipment, this volume will lead you through the Lighthouse for the Blind’s ninety-five year history.
Columbia Magazine had this to say on a recent write-up on the Lighthouse history book:
Small presses --- the names of many of which are unfamiliar to even the most conscientious bibliophile --- continue to enrich state history by publishing books on local history. Tommie Press in Seattle, for example, recently released Seattle’s Best-Kept Secret: A History of the Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc. written by well known historian Junius Rochester. This sprightly little volume of 179 pages chronicles the sometimes surprising 90-year relationship between Washington’s largest city and its visually impaired citizens.
To order your copy of Seattle’s Best-Kept Secret, call the Lighthouse Customer Service Department at 1-800-799-0402, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or order your copy online at http://www.seattlelighthouse.org/book/index.html
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