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Edwin Baker
After his retirement Baker's biographer, Marjorie Wilkins Campbell, recorded many hours of interviews with him. In the selections here he describes the moment of his war injury and talks about the importance of grooming and developing daily routines.
Marion Robinson
Marion Robinson gave a speech in 1956 reflecting on the founding and running of the Canadian Free Library for the Blind. Her stories are presented in this audio narration.
Peter Saxton
Peter spent more than 50 years volunteering with CNIB, most of them as a narrator for CNIB Library's audio book service. He describes his experiences in this recording.

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Fran Cutler

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Scott Rinehart

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