By: Bell, Alexander Graham
New York and London, Funk & Wagnalls Co.: 1906
Edition: First edition thus (reprinted from the proceedings of the first summer meeting of the American Association to Promote the Teaching of Speech to the D
Seller ID: 301
IMPORTANT MONOGRAPH BY ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL ON THE TEACHING OF SPEECH TO THE DEAF. 9 1/4 inches tall hardcover, original red cloth binding, gilt title to cover and spine, many illustrations throughout the text and 7 full page charts of phonetic profiles. Spine sunned, otherwise very good. Reviewed in Nature 75, 196 (27 December 1906): THIS interesting book consists of a series of lectures by Mr. Alexander Graham Bell, whose name in the future may be as honourably associated with his labours in the education of deaf mutes as with the invention of the telephone. His father, A. Melville Bell, ma... View More...