'BLINDMAN'S MAIL, HOW THE BLIND HAVE BEEN SERVED BY THE POST' BY GAVIN FRIAR. A very fine copy of this excellent 2010 hardback, 165 pages published by the author 'this is a story of the difficulties encountered between the institutions established to obtain concessions from the Post Office for rates of postage and how this was solved and elaborated. The narrative spans the years 1894-1906'. Contents: History of help for the blind, Louis Braille and his System of Symbols, The Establishment and Development of the RNIB: Correspondence between Institutions established for the blind and the Post Office from 1894-1939 and the chronological story up to date: Postal rates for the blind and well known blind people. (Ref 127121).