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Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Annie Sullivan, undated

Notes by Alexander Melville Bell, February 23, 1873

Notes by Alexander Melville Bell, February 23, 1873

[The school for the deaf] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Jacksonville, Ill.

[Students, school for the deaf] / Abdullah Frères, photographes de S.M.I. le Sultan.

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Edward M. Gallaudet, December 10, 1888

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Edward M. Gallaudet, April 6, 1888

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Edward M. Gallaudet, April 6, 1888

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Kim Kato, December 3, 1888

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Kim Kato, December 3, 1888

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Edward M. Gallaudet, December 10, 1888

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Edward M. Gallaudet, January 24, 1889

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Edward M. Gallaudet, November 8, 1889

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Edward M. Gallaudet, January 24, 1889

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Susan M. Safford, February 1, 1889

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Susan M. Safford, February 1, 1889

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Edward M. Gallaudet, November 8, 1889

Letter from Edward M. Gallaudet to Alexander Graham Bell, March 1, 1891

Letter from Robert Spencer to Alexander Graham Bell, February 12, 1891

Letter from R. E. Smith to Alexander Graham Bell, April 13, 1891

Letter from Robert Spencer to Alexander Graham Bell, February 12, 1891

Letter from Edward M. Gallaudet to Alexander Graham Bell, March 1, 1891

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Annie Sullivan, May 16, 1892

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Annie Sullivan, May 16, 1892

Letter from Henry S. Redfield to Alexander Graham Bell, March 28, 1893

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to John Hitz, October 14, 1893

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Gardiner Greene Hubbard, December 26, 1893

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to John Hitz, October 14, 1893

Letter from Henry S. Redfield to Alexander Graham Bell, March 28, 1893

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Gardiner Greene Hubbard, December 26, 1893

Letter from John Hitz to Alexander Graham Bell, July 24, 1894

Letter from John Hitz to Alexander Graham Bell, July 24, 1894

Schedule, March 1896

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Miss Reinhardt, September 19, 1896

Schedule, March 1896

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Miss Reinhardt, September 19, 1896

Letter from S. T. Walker to Alexander Graham Bell, February 22, 1896

Letter from S. T. Walker to Alexander Graham Bell, February 22, 1896

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Marion Foster Washburne, February 23, 1897

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Mr. Strawn, April 10, 1897

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Dudley L. Pickman, January 27, 1897

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Marion Foster Washburne, February 23, 1897

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Dudley L. Pickman, January 27, 1897

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Celestine Schottenmuller, January 23, 1897

Letter from Mrs. D.C. Lazarus to Alexander Graham Bell, April 26, 1897

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Mr. Gilder, January 19, 1897

Letter from Richard O. Johnson to Alexander Graham Bell, November 11, 1897

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Celestine Schottenmuller, January 18, 1897

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Celestine Schottenmuller, January 18, 1897

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Mr. Strawn, April 10, 1897

Letter from Mrs. D.C. Lazarus to Alexander Graham Bell, April 26, 1897

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Celestine Schottenmuller, January 23, 1897

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Governor Tanner, April 1, 1897

Deaf Smith Co. /

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Sarah Fuller, December 21, 1898

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Sarah Fuller, December 21, 1898

Letter from H.C. Hammond to Alexander Graham Bell, June 9, 1899

Clipping, February 2, 1899

Letter from H.C. Hammond to Alexander Graham Bell, June 9, 1899

Clipping, February 2, 1899

Letter from O.J. Milliken to Alexander Graham Bell, January 15, 1900

Letter from O.J. Milliken to Alexander Graham Bell, January 15, 1900

Deaf and Dumb School, Columbus, O[hio]

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Miss Boyd, December 5, 1901

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Miss Boyd, November 5, 1901

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Miss Boyd, December 5, 1901

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Miss Boyd, November 5, 1901

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Everett O. Fisk & Co., February 10, 1902

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to James E. Gallagher, January 5, 1902

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to James E. Gallagher, January 5, 1902

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Everett O. Fisk & Co., February 10, 1902

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to B. H. Warner, April 8, 1904

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Samuel P. Langley, April 8, 1904

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Samuel P. Langley, April 8, 1904

Deaf and Dumb Institute, Columbus, O[hio]

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Little Rock, Ark.

Alumni reunion, "Ladies' Group", Indiana State School for the Deaf, June 6, 1908, old Institution grounds named "Willard Park", May 29, 1908

Kath. McGirr, Deaf, Dumb & Blind.

Deaf school children - dancing

Kath. McGirr, Deaf, Dumb & Blind at typewriter

Letter from Superintendent to Mrs. T.H. Grandy, December 3, 1914

Letter from Superintendent to Mrs. T.H. Grandy, December 3, 1914

Letter from George W. Veditz to Alexander Graham Bell, January 16, 1915

Letter from George W. Veditz to Alexander Graham Bell, February 10, 1915

Letter from George W. Veditz to Alexander Graham Bell, January 16, 1915

Letter from George W. Veditz to Alexander Graham Bell, February 10, 1915

Letter from Henry W. Rothert to Alexander Graham Bell, April 19, 1916

Letter from Henry W. Rothert to Alexander Graham Bell, April 19, 1916

Crowded dormitory (one wall) in Training School for Deaf Mutes. See Gibbons report. Location: Sulphur, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

Art class. Training School for Deaf Mutes. See 4843-4851. Location: Sulphur, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

Learning typesetting. Training School for Deaf Mutes. See 4843-4851. Location: Sulphur, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

Cabinet work. Training School for Deaf Mutes. See 4843-4851. Location: Sulphur, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

Teaching a deaf-mute to talk. Training School for Deaf Mutes. See 4843-4851. Location: Sulphur, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

Letter from Deaf Department Pupils to Alexander Graham Bell, March 23, 1917

Sewing and darning. Training School for Deaf Mutes. See 4843-4851. Location: Sulphur, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

Marching to supper, Training School for Deaf Mutes. Crowded conditions. See Gibbons report. Location: Sulphur, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

[Teaching a deaf-mute to talk. Training School for Deaf Mutes. See 4843-4851.] Location: Sulphur, Oklahoma. / [Lewis W. Hine]

Deaf & dumb children of St. Rica's School, Cincinnati, singing Star Spangled Banner

Nat. Assn of Deaf, [8/10/26]

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