Historical information

These three books contain braille printing and may have come from The Victorian Association of Braille Writers and may have been used by Miss Skirrow in South Warrnambool in 1916. This latter information comes from the loose card in one of the books. Braille writing was invented by the French man Louis Braille in 1824 based on the French alphabet.


These books are of historical interest and appear to have local significance.

Physical description

.1 A hard cover book with a mottled pattern and black bindings containing 42 pages of braille printing. There is one loose card.
.2 and .3 as above except for the card and .2 has 32 pages ,.3 has 36 pages

Inscriptions & markings

.1 L9 55 .2 L9 53 .3 L9 54