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Small Collection 107 - Handbill of J. W. "Blind" Boone

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Small Collection 107 [February 26, 1996]

Boone, J. W. "Blind"; 1864-1927

Handbill; n.d.

1 Folder


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Vocalist; born John William Boone, 1864; lost sight at six months of age from brain fever; attended St. Louis School for the Blind where he began playing the piano; traveled the country performing music along with several associates; died, 1927.

Scope and Content

Handbill for a concert by Boone. Handbill contains photos of Boone and his associates, and a brief biography of Boone.


The materials for this collection were received by the Center in October 1983 from John Rush of Emmaus Bible School.

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