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The TRIPOD Educational Model School (TRIPOD) program was started in 1982 as a method of teaching both deaf and hearing students together in a classroom using both sign language and voice. Eight DVDs contain Dr. James DeCaro's interviews with the founders of the TRIPOD program and parents of children who attended.
Alan and Vicki Hurwitz were both employed at National Technical School for the Deaf (NTID) for many years. In 2013, they left to work at Gallaudet University. This collection includes several devices for communicating with the deaf, several coffee mugs from different events at NTID and cookbooks from different deaf schools across the U.S.
The National Technical Institute of the Deaf (NTID) Drama Club photographs contain photographic prints from various plays, practices, and events performed by the NTID Drama Club from the early 1970’s to the mid-1990s.
The Deaf Rochester News collection contains meeting minutes, correspondence, administrative documents, and photographs related to the Deaf Rochester News and Deaf community of Rochester. Records range from 1984 to circa 2000’s.
The collection includes two commemorative coins and two books related to deafness.
Collection of 104 published and unpublished manuscripts written by faculty at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at RIT between 1986-2010.
Five digital art posters and one stained glass piece.
Materials donated by Edna Sayers relating to her publications about literature and the Deaf, and VHS tapes of Deaf performances.
The NTID Outreach Office records contains a variety of documents and other materials orginally amassed and stored at the NTID Outreach Office.
Materials related to Deaf History International Conferences. These conferences were attended by Wallace Library's NTID liason librarian Joan Naturale.