March 1958
Exceptional Children;Mar1958, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p319
Academic Journal
The article reports on the President's Award received by Eleanor Graham Vance in Edinburg, Texas. The purpose of the award is to recognize significant contributions in behalf of the employment of handicapped persons. Vance, who contracted poliomyelitis as a child, is a homemaker, teacher, lecturer, poet and writer. She was a teacher of the physically handicapped and served as a research worker for colonial Williamsburg. She has also contributed to several magazines and the author of eight children books.


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