History of tactile print systems explored in new Vancouver exhibit

An article in today's WSU Insider discusses a new exhibit at the Washington State School for the Blind in Vancouver co-curated by WSU Scholarly Communication Librarian Talea Anderson, WSU Vancouver Library Archivist Robert Schimelpfenig, and WSSB Superintendent Scott McCallum. Called "War of the Dots," the exhibit explores the history of tactile print systems in the 19th and early 20th century and how braille emerged as the leading system. The article can be read at: https://news.wsu.edu/news/2024/05/29/history-of-tactile-print-systems-explored-in-new-vancouver-exhibit

A finger moving over a sheet of braille