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Archival Items

The Gallaudet University Archives contains an outstanding collection of primary materials (letters, diaries, journals, manuscripts, departmental & institutional records, and photographs) relating to both Gallaudet University and the history and culture of Deaf people. Students seeking information about The George Veditz Film collection should consult the following collections:

Papers, George W. Veditz, 1861

Papers, Roy J. Stewart, 1894-1967

The Archives is located in the Merrill Learning Center basement, room B125.  

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