Cox, Waunda

Date:
2004-04-08
Length:
77 minutes
Interviewer:
Randles, Raymond
Transcription available:
yes
Series:
General collection
Series ID:
0000-000
Interview Number(s):
2009_51_2
Summary:
Waunda Cox talks about her work as a tactile graphics tooler, braille transcriber and copyholder at the American Printing House for the Blind. She discusses new technology used in braille and tactile graphics production, including the use of computers and the PEARL (Plate Embossing Apparatus for Raised Lines), and use of the carousel table in colating. She also describes breaktime in the APH cafeteria, and the 1988 Teamsters Union strike.
Topic(s):
American Printing House for the Blind (Louisville, Ky.)