Deaf -- History
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
Programs and magazines celebrating the 300th birthday of Abbé de l’Épée during 2012.
The collection includes two commemorative coins and two books related to deafness.
This is a collection of Deaf-related documents from Anna Terrazzino that includes material about the Mystic Oral School for the Deaf in Connecticut, which served as a residential school for the Deaf from 1895-1980, a booklet on the celebration of twentieth anniversary of the New Jersey Skiers Club of the Deaf, 1972-1992 and New Jersey Alumni Association publications from 1965-1967.
20 Convention Programs from NAD, CAID and Alexander Graham Bell Association.
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.
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 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.
Materials donated by Edna Sayers relating to her publications about literature and the Deaf, and VHS tapes of Deaf performances.
The collection consists two ceramic artworks by artist Ellen Mansfield. The plate is painted with an image of deaf education pioneer Abbé L'Epée. The trivet De'humankind depicts a woman kneeling by a stream.