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The TeleTypewriter (TTY) phone collection consists of two phone systems. These are communication devices for the deaf. They were donated by the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.
The collection consists of one Bell and Howell movie projector model #1585 used to view captioned films by members of the Rochester area Deaf community.
The Robert H. Weitbrecht James C. Marsters TTY modem collection contains two metallic boxes with electronic circuitry inside that made up the acoustic telephone coupler (now known as a TTY modem) used by Dr. James C. Marsters in the first TTY telephone call between two deaf persons (May 1964).
Three examples of telecommunication devices for the deaf from the 1980's.
This collection consists of a NTID publication titled Speechreading Strategies, Teletypewriters Made Easy! by Teletypewriters for the Deaf, Inc.
Four works by various artists depicting George W. Veditz.
The collection contains programs, schedules, clippings and DVDs containing films documenting speakers at the First National American Sign Language (ASL) Literature Conference held at National Technical Institute for the Deaf in October 1991.
The collection consists of artwork by David Call, including a hand carved linocut black block print titled Breakthrough and a multicolored prismacolor drawing titled The Great Convergence. The linocut depicts Abbé L'Epée and two butterflies (two sisters) using sign language to communicate. The drawing depicts two sailboats on the sea intersecting to form a butterfly.
The collection contains one Purple Flasher notification light distributed by Purple Communications.