The Then and Now exhibition was unveiled on April 8, 2014 along with the Gallaudet at 150 and Beyond and Andrew J. Foster: Missionary, Educator, and Advocate exhibitions, as part of Gallaudet University’s sesquicentennial celebration. Then and Now exhibition was a rotating exhibit that was on display until October 19, 2017 when it was replaced by We Are Equal: The National Fraternal Society of the Deaf. The online version of the exhibit was generously funded by the Class of 1965. The National Deaf Life Museum team is deeply grateful for their generosity and support in spirit in making this online project happen. If you or your class would like to support the Museum’s other online exhibitions, please contact us. Then and Now rotating exhibit panels right before the Grand Opening of Gallaudet at 150 and Beyond on April 8, 2014.
Photo courtesy of Dick Moore, E-’73.Students are always amazed how things have changed overtime especially comparing the tuition costs. Photo courtesy of Shane Dundas, G-’11 & G-’16.