NTID people files
Scope and Contents
Collection documents biographical information about NTID students, faculty, and staff.
- All inclusive
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open to researchers.
Biographical / Historical
The National Technical Institute for the Deaf, one of ten colleges at RIT, was established by an act of Congress and signed into law by President Johnson in 1965. After an extensive national search, RIT was chosen as the permanent home for NTID, and the first group of students arrived in Fall 1968. Initially, classes were held in the main RIT academic buildings until the Lyndon B. Johnson building was completed which provided a customized space for educating the deaf. Both hearing and deaf faculty were hired to teach, as well as hearing and deaf staff. Many students educated at NTID have gone on to very successful careers and staff and faculty are prominent in their field. The goal of the NTID People Files is to capture some of the accomplishments and careers of the NTID community.
.25 Linear Feet (1 half document box)
Collection created to preserve biographical information about people who have worked or studied at National Technical School for the Deaf. (NTID)
Alphabetical by last name.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
These records are often deposited at the RIT/NTID Deaf Studies Archive by staff.
Finding aid created by Jody Sidlauskas in February 2015.
- NTID People Files
- RIT/NTID Deaf Studies Archive
- Jody Sidlauskas
- 18 February 2015
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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Part of the RIT Archives Repository
Rochester NY 14623 USA