Item: Dorothy Harrison Eustis photographs, 1932-1933

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Record Number: 13845
Box/Case: 287
Folder: Eustis, Dorothy Harrison
Address: Morristown, NJ
Date of Original: July 11 1932,September 7 1933,November 29 1932
Original Format: Photographs
Inscription text: Mrs. Harrison Eustis, head of the "Seeing Eye" organization, with "Parole" and "Nancy", two dogs trained to lead blind people, which she intends to use in her work with the blind in New Jersey. She arrived from Europe, Sept. 7, aboard the S.S. Manhattan. Her home is in Morristown, N.J. Associated Press Photo NYC NR PX 9/7/33 CA
Inscription location: Reverse of first photograph
Inscription text: Mrs. Harrison Eustis Sponsoring "An Eyefull" at Penn Athletic Club Tues & Wed Evenings Dec 6 & 7 for "Fellowship Fund" of "Seeing Eye Inc" to furnish guide dogs for needy Philadelphians.
Inscription location: Reverse of last photograph
Image description: Portraits of Dorothy Harrison Eustis from the Philadelphia Record Photograph Morgue [V07]. Eustis, who hailed from a prominent Philadelphia family, was an American dog breeder and philanthropist, who founded The Seeing Eye, the first guide-dog school for the blind in the United States.