Deaf -- History
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
Four works by various artists depicting George W. Veditz.
Harry Lang biographical files consists of Lang's research used for the book, Deaf Persons in the Arts and Sciences: A Biographical Dictionary, (co-authored with Bonnie Meath-Lang).
The Harry Lang collection on Edmund Booth consists of Lang's research files used in writing his book, Edmund Booth: Deaf Pioneer.
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.
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.
Materials related to Deaf History International Conferences. These conferences were attended by Wallace Library's NTID liason librarian Joan Naturale.
On the occasion of Tercentenary of Abbe L'Epée the FNSF asked Renée Mayot , sculptor, and the Monnaie de Paris, to create this commemorative medal. It is Florentine bronze.
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.
Collection of 104 published and unpublished manuscripts written by faculty at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at RIT between 1986-2010.