Education: The Seeing Eye

In Manhattan's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel last week a small, pleasant-faced matron arose to receive a coveted honor. Together with Financier J. Pierpont Morgan (see p. 40), President William Edwin Hall of the Boys' Clubs of America and Columbia's Nicholas Murray Butler, Dorothy Harrison Eustis was given the National Institute of Social Sciences' gold medal for "distinguished services to humanity." Thus recognized by a public body for the first time was a unique educator. Founder and moving spirit of "The Seeing Eye" at Morristown, N. J., Dorothy Eustis for six years has been teaching dogs...

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