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Audio recording of a talk given by William Castle on the history of NTID. NTID was established in 1966 and Robert Frisina became its first director in 1967. Exact date of the recording is unknown.
Fiction, plays, mysteries, poetry, and romances featuring deaf characters and collected by Robert Panara, first Deaf faculty member of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Deaf history newspaper clippings focus on the education of the Deaf at the turn of the twentieth century, mainly in New York State. Also included are obituaries and articles on notable Deaf persons.
Photos, correspondence, and publications of Ralph L. Hoag. Hoag served as Executive Secretary to the National Advisory Board that established the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) at Rochester Institute of Technology.
The Harry Lang collection on Robert Panara consists of Lang's research files used in writing his book, Teaching From the Heart and Soul: The Life and Work of Robert F. Panara.
20 Convention Programs from NAD, CAID and Alexander Graham Bell Association.
Deaf President Now collection contains digitized copies of documentation of protests held at Gallaudet University in 1988 by deaf students who wanted a deaf president. The collection also contains documentation of demands by students at National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) for specific concerns they wanted addressed by the administration.
The Marilyn Fowler collection on NTID Medical Records Technology Program contains two scrapbooks with historical information and photographs of students and faculty in the program from its' inception to closing in 1994.
Programs and magazines celebrating the 300th birthday of Abbé de l’Épée during 2012.
Karen Christie collection of play scripts and conference brochures contains 17 programs from conferences for the Deaf held between 1991-2012. Also included in the collection are scripts from nine plays written by various authors for NTID theater and Rochester Community Lights On!