Letters to the Editor
Letter to the Editor: Accessibility at AHA Headquarters
Jesse Lemisch, September 2016
To the editor:
Your picture of the entrance to AHA national headquarters (“Townhouse Notes,” Perspectives on History, April 2016) conveys a message of extreme inaccessibility: a steel fence and eight steps up! Is there maybe a back door for those of us who are, er, differently abled?
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York (emeritus)
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