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Jo Anne Murphy / Charles Boswell / Loyal Apple / Judge Burton Kolman / William R. Duggan - The Turning Point (A Series Of Interviews With People Who Have Become Blind)


Tracklist


1Program #3 - Judge Burton Kolman
2Program #2 - Loyal Apple
3Program #1 - Charley Boswell
4Program #4 - William R. Duggan

Credits


  • IntervieweeCharles Boswell, Judge Burton Kolman, Loyal Apple, William R. Duggan
  • InterviewerJo Anne Murphy

Notes


A Series Of Interviews With People Who Have Become Blind

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Jo Anne Murphy / Charles Boswell / Loyal Apple / Judge Burton Kolman / William R. Duggan - The Turning Point (A Series Of Interviews With People Who Have Become Blind)
Performer: Jo Anne Murphy / Charles Boswell / Loyal Apple / Judge Burton Kolman / William R. Duggan
Genre: Audio
Title: The Turning Point (A Series Of Interviews With People Who Have Become Blind)
Country: US
Released: 1966
Style: Spoken Word, Education
MP3 album: 2672 mb
FLAC album: 2152 mb
Source: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Mono
№ Cat: Disc 1 Of 3
Label: American Foundation For The Blind