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Employment Bureau
If the result of the agent's efforts, putting it on the lowest basis, is that a few more dollars a week are coming to a poor family, or, going higher in the scale, if it means that he found an idler employment and a new purpose in life, or if, perhaps higher still, he enables the man who has been a useful citizen and the respected head of his family, and now since blindness came upon him has been obliged to sit by in a corner while the world moves on and his children and he stand in reversed relations -- if he helps such a man again to resume the dignity and privileges of his manhood and again hold up his head in his community as master of himself and his situation, is it not the Master's work?...
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Title: Employment Bureau
Creator: Charles W. Holmes (author)
Date: April 1908
Format: Article
Publication: The Outlook for the Blind
Source: American Printing House for the Blind, Inc., M. C. Migel Library
Location: vol.2, no.2, pp.27-39
Keywords: Advocacy; Blind; Charles Campbell; Employment; Government; Government Agencies; Labor; Labor & Commerce; Massachusetts; Massachusetts Commission For The Blind; Sensory Disability; Sheltered Workshop; Social Welfare & Communities; Social Welfare & Employment; Work
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy