Document Type

News Article


Paper and articles on the history of the Maryland School for the Deaf, with notes on the creation of a separate school for Maryland's African American deaf students.


Maryland School for the Deaf (Frederick, Md.), Maryland Institution for the Deaf, Dumb, and Blind Colored (Baltimore, Md.)


Material ranges from 1895 to ca. 1930. Most of this file is a report from ca. 1930.



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