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Estimated total attendance: 415,000
May 9 - September 22, 2002 Hosted by the Smithsonian Institution at the Arts and Industries Building, in conjunction with the National Museum of American History. The summer of 2002 Gallaudet University hosted Deaf Way II, an international conference and festival on Deaf history, cultures,...
Resource Type: Archives & Exhibits
November 4 – December 19, 2004 Hosted at the University of Arizona Union Gallery. Dr. Samuel Supalla giving remarks during the exhibition opening. Photo by Todd, Hlavacek, November 11, 2004. Dr. Samuel Supalla giving remarks during the exhibition opening.
October 1 - November 4, 2001 Hosted by the Kentucky School for the Deaf and the University of Kentucky at the University of Kentucky. Kentucky opening, Superintendent Dr. Harvey J. Corson on left.
November 4, 2005 - February 23, 2006 Hosted at the University of Iowa. In November, 2005, this family visited the History Through Deaf Eyes opening at the University of Iowa in Iowa City and found a photo of a relative.
March 5 - April 14, 2001 Hosted by the American School for the Deaf at the Phoenix Home Life Insurance Building. Gary Wait (right) and helper installing objects.
September 7 - October 24, 2004 Hosted by the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, in conjunction with the Alabama Association of the Deaf. Reverend Jay Croft, who led the planning for the Birmingham, Alabama opening, is sharing the story of how and why this model of...
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