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MG 30 C 103, vol. 2, file “Casualty (E.A. Baker)  --  Correspondence 1915-1917”

MG 30 C 103, vol. 2, file “Casualty (E.A. Baker)  --  Correspondence 1915-1917”
Letter from Sir Arthur Pearson, Director, St. Dunstan’s Hospital, to Edwin Baker’s Mother, 12 January 1916
Sir Arthur Pearson, himself having been blinded, was the Director of the famous St. Dunstan’s Hospital in Regent’s Park, London. Pearson wrote many times to Edwin Baker’s family in Canada, each time expressing an increasing amount of wonderment and pride in Baker’s ability to learn and adapt with his visual impairment.

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MG 30 C 103, vol. 2, file "Casualty (E.A. Baker)  --  Correspondence 1915-1917"

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