American Instructors of the Deaf 1957 Necrology

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Necrology, Extracted from Report of the Proceedings of the Thirty-Eighth Meeting of the Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf, [Held at] Tennessee School for the Deaf, Knoxville, Tenn., June 23-28, 1957. [Trexler Y 1.1/3:85-1/66]


 

Names in this online transcription include Anderson, Boucher, Brown, Burns, Calhoun, Cloud, DeJohn, Elmer, Hill, Holzinger, Hughes, Kendall, Lally, Malone, McDaniel, Mohan, O'Donnell, Quinn, Shanahan, Twitmyer, Warren.

Labels: Tennessee, Obituaries, Deaf and Dumb

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