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June 1948

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Arch Ophthalmol. 1948;39(6):820-823. doi:10.1001/archopht.1948.00900020830009

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Foundation for Vision: Terry Center for Visually Handicapped Children.  —The Foundation for Vision is the philanthropic organization which has carried on the projects of the late Dr. Theodore L. Terry. His investigation of retrolental fibroplasia has been continued at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary by Dr. Everett Kinsey; the clinical studies have been made by Dr. Merrill F. King. A training course for the mothers of children afflicted with this type of blindness was arranged and given by Dr. Terry to a large group of mothers and children at the Perkins Institution, in Boston. Since his death, a few mothers have been instructed from time to time, but no organized work has been carried on. This course is to be reopened next summer at the Perkins Institute, under the auspices of the Foundation, as the Terry Center for Visually Handicapped Children. The details can be obtained from

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