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File List/Liste des dossiers

BOX/BOÎTE 1

DHCC-A,1: Ancient Times to 19th Century, 1972.

DHCC-A,2: Saint John of Beverley, 1895-1926.

DHCC-A,3: Pedro Ponce de Leon, [1920?].

DHCC-A,4: Samuel Heinicke, 1970.

DHCC-A,5: Abbé de l’Épee, 1917-1966.

DHCC-A,6: “Moyens d’universaliser l’éducation des Sourds-Muets,” 1859.

DHCC-A,7: “Principes de l’éducation des Sourds-Muets et des enfants arriérés,” 1867.

DHCC-A,8: “Histoire de l’enseignement special,” 1979-1983.

DHCC-A,9: Milan Congress, 1880-1994.

DHCC-A,10: “Ames en Prison. L’École des Sourdes-Muettes-Aveugles,” 1948.

DHCC-A,11: “A Corps et A Cri,” Institut National de Jeunes Sourds de Paris, 1993.

DHCC-A,12: “Cahiers de l’histoire des Sourds,” 1989.

DHCC-B1,1: Alexander Graham Bell and Mrs. Bell, 1894-1975.

DHCC-B1,2: Edward Miner Gallaudet, 1869-1930.

DHCC-B1,3: Edwin Allan Hodgson, 1889-1989.

DHCC-B1,4: Isaac Allison, 1904-1942.

DHCC-B1,5: Thomas and John Braidwood, 1851-1994.

DHCC-B1,6: John Carlin, Amos Kendall, and Alto M. Kavaraugh, 1866-1957.

DHCC-B1,7: Laurent Clerc, 1852-[1985?].

DHCC-B1,8: Thomas Gallaudet, 1906.

DHCC-B1,9: Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet, 1938-1988.

DHCC-B1,10: Thomas Rodwell, 1994-1995.

DHCC-B1,11: Wellington John Bateman and Juliana E. Bateman, 1880-1993.

DHCC-B2,1: “An Analysis of the Schools and Instructors of the Deaf in the United States,” 1900.

DHCC-B2,2: American School for the Deaf, 1852-1992.

DHCC-B2,3: New York School for the Deaf, 1854-1991.

DHCC-B2,4: Horace Mann School, 1878.

DHCC-B2,5: Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 1983.

DHCC-B2,6: Ohio Asylum for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb, 1854.

DHCC-B2,7: Kentucky Asylum for the Tuition of the Deaf and Dumb, 1983.

DHCC-B2,8: Kendall School for the Deaf, 1955.

DHCC-B2,9: Deaf Canadians, Kendall School for the Deaf, 1896-1948.

 

BOX/BOÎTE 2

 

DHCC-B3,1: Gallaudet University (General), 1988-1992.

DHCC-B3,2: Gallaudet University History, 1911-1995.

DHCC-B3,3: Deaf President Now, Gallaudet University, 1988-1993.

DHCC-B3,4: Canadian Chapters, Gallaudet University Alumni Association, 1950-1995.

DHCC-B3,5: Gallaudet Alumni Newsletter, 1950-1993.

DHCC-B3,6: Student Body Government, Gallaudet University, n.d.

DHCC-B3,7: Alpha Sigma Pi and Delta Epsilon Sorority, n.d.

DHCC-B3,8: Women, Gallaudet University, 1895-1983.

DHCC-B3,9: Foreign Students, Gallaudet University, 1955-1975.

DHCC-B3,10: Canadian students, Gallaudet University, 1953-1995.

DHCC-B3,11: Serge Gariépy, Montreal student, Gallaudet University, 1971-1988.

DHCC-B3,12: Tower Clock, Buff and Blue Editors, n.d.

DHCC-B4,1: National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1990-1994.

DHCC-B4,2: Delgado College, n.d.

DHCC-B5,1: National Association of the Deaf, 1879-1970.

DHCC-B5,2: National Fraternal Society of the Deaf, 1924-1995.

DHCC-B5,3: National Fraternal Society of the Deaf, Canadian Divisions, 1924-1995.

 

BOX/BOÎTE 3

 

DHCC-B6,1: Education History of the Deaf, 1892-1958.

DHCC-B6,2: “A Look at Education for Deaf Persons in Rochester,” 1984.

DHCC-B6,3: Deaf Variety of the Human Race, 1885-1969.

DHCC-C1,1: “Les écoles élémentaires dans le Bas-Canada, 1800-1836,” 1955.

DHCC-C1,2: Ronald MacDonald’s School in Quebec City, 1830-1985.

DHCC-C1,3: Collège de Saint-Hyacinthe, [1833?]-1991.

DHCC-C1,4: Antoine Caron, 1896-1912.

DHCC-C1,5: Mgr Jean-Charles Prince, 1912.

DHCC-C2,1: New Brunswick Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 1875-1995.

DHCC-C2,2: Annual Report, New Brunswick Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 1885.

DHCC-C2,3: Fredericton Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb, 1882-1994.

DHCC-C2,4: Annual Reports, Fredericton Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb, 1885-1898.

DHCC-C2,5: Obituaries of Albert F. Woodbridge, 1921.

DHCC-C2,6: New Brunswick School for the Deaf, Lancaster, 1885-1995.

DHCC-C3,1: Early Education of the Deaf in Newfoundland, 1869-1994.

DHCC-C3,2: “Management of Deaf Children in Province of Newfoundland and Labrador,” 1968.

DHCC-C4,1: British Columbia School for Deaf Mutes, Victoria, 1888-1987.

DHCC-C4,2: Victoria School for the Deaf and Dumb, 1899-1900.

 

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DHCC-C5,1: Saskatchewan School for the Deaf, Regina, 1894-1988.

DHCC-C5,2: “Education of the Deaf in Early TwentietH,Century Saskatchewan,” 1984.

DHCC-D1,1: Institution catholique des Sourds-Muets de Montréal, 1893-1994.

DHCC-D1,2: “Notes historiques de l’Institution catholique des Sourds-Muets pour la province de Québec,” 1893.

DHCC-D1,3: Annual reports, Institution catholique des Sourds-Muets, 1875-1900.

DHCC-D1,4: “Cours normal pour la formation des professeurs des Sourds-Muets,” 1937.

DHCC-D1,5: Directors, Institution catholique des Sourds-Muets de Montréal, 1910-1995.

DHCC-D1,6: Ignace Bourget, n.d.

DHCC-D1,7: Philippe Paquette, n.d.

DHCC-D1,8: Frere Augustin-Benjamin Groc, 1913-1915.

DHCC-D1,9: Joseph-Marie Young, 1913-1991.

DHCC-D1,10: Ami des Sourds-Muets, 1909-1928.

DHCC-D1,11: Ateliers des Sourds, 1965.

 

BOX/BOÎTE 5

 

DHCC-D1,12: Clercs de Saint-Viateur, n.d.

DHCC-D1,13: Hôpital Saint-Justine, 1986-1990.

DHCC-D2,1: Album 1, n.d.

DHCC-D2,2: Album 2, n.d.

DHCC-D2,3: Album 3, n.d.

DHCC-D2,4: Album 4, n.d.

DHCC-D2,5: Album 5, n.d

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