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Collection consists of Abrams’ research material used in his personal and professional projects. Series of materials established are subject files, poetry, correspondence, writings, biographical files and clippings.
Collection consists of one framed color photograph with mat by photographer Stan Zack taken in 2012. Visible photograph dimensions are 11 3/4" x 7 3/4". Dimensions with frame included are 17" x 13". Photograph depicts Robert Panara, NTID's first deaf instructor seated, with eight other NTID performers around him. There are no additional materials in this collection at this time.
Collection of negatives and photographs taken between 1979-2002 for Techmila, the university yearbook, and for the Reporter magazine.
NTID-related materials collected by Thomas Raco, an administrator at NTID for many years. The materials center around art at NTID, art curriculum, artists who attended NTID, an alums show at Dyer Art Center, articles and videotapes about deaf art and artists. Collection also includes sample artwork by deaf artist Morris Broderson.
Collection of materials from graphic designer Tom Carnase. Includes correspondence, photographs, slides, tear sheets, printed ephemera, drawings, and other graphic materials covering the professional life and work of the lettering artist, type and logo designer, typographer, and art director Tom Carnase.
Virgil McCullough photographs document the National Technical Institute of the Deaf (NTID) production of the play The Phoney Gentleman in 1978.
The Walter Allner collection contains poster and magazine covers designed by Allner as well as articles detailing his design process. He is best known for his work at Fortune magazine and he is recognized as the designer of the first computer-generated cover of a national magazine.
The Wendel White photographs collection contains ten color photographs of objects related to African American history and are part of the Manifesto portfolio created by Mr. White.
Collection of materials from graphic designer Will Burtin, (1908- 1972). Includes extensive client project files and documentation (sketches, mechanicals, models, printed samples, photographs), business and professional correspondence, financial records, publications, personal papers, exhibit plans, and audio/visual materials.