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House One Holiday

House One Holiday barcode: 0002132 tape location: George Veditz Vault 1V5.1 video archivist Gary

Category: Deaf History | Deaf Archival Films
Duration: 00:02:34
Added: 10 Jul 2015

Gallaudet University: Video Library (subtitled)

Gallaudet University: Video Library Written and Directed by Gary Brooks

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:09:47
Added: 12 Dec 2014

History of the Union League of the Deaf

History of the Union League of the Deaf. Visual histories and stories by members of the Deaf Mutes Union League of New York City, filmed in 1930. Glimpses of the 16th Triennial Convention of the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) in Buffalo, NY during August 4-9, 1930. Also the World Congress ...

Category: Deaf History | Deaf Archival Films
Duration: 01:01:19
Added: 14 Mar 2014

NAD Convention in Buffalo NY

NAD Convention in Buffalo NY. Glimpses of the 16th triennial convention by the N.A.D. in Buffalo, New York. August 4-9, 1930. Introductory remarks is done by Marcus L. Kenner. Samuel Frankenheim, chairman of Statue committee, makes an apology about his inability to attend. Dedication of the ...

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:22:29
Added: 13 Mar 2014

Douglas Craig

Douglas

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:00:35
Added: 4 Oct 2013

Gary Brooks' "The G files: The Tower Clock"

The G files: The Tower Clock. Tower Clock itself is one of 65 national landmarks and has historical significance. Tower Clock was built in 1867 and completed in 1871. A tour in the Tower Clock itself showing the stairs up to the bell. Various historical facts about Chapel Hall also were ...

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:13:26
Added: 19 Feb 2013

Gary Brooks ' "The G files: The Rock Walls"

The G files: The Rock Walls. It was built in April 1982 and its designer was Lloyd Harwell. He was inspired by the famous Stonehenge in England and Farm Crops Circles. Both Stonehenge and Farm Crops Circles were believed to be done by UFOs or part of religion rituals. Written and Directed by Gary ...

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:05:24
Added: 19 Feb 2013

Gary Brooks' "The G files: The Little Iron Dog"

The G files: The Little Iron Dog. A tale about the dog that was called Diamond. Diamond was considered as a source of inspiration for students who struggled to succeed at homework, playing sports or feeling depressed. When Diamond died, the owner decided to buy an iron statue that looked like ...

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:05:02
Added: 19 Feb 2013

Gary Brooks ' "The G files: Ghost Light"

The G files: Ghost Light. Rachel was following a red light and met Ryan who shared about the tale of Ghost Light. The Ghost light always appears at Homecoming games when the Bison Song was performed following the feeling of vibrations. Written and Directed by Gary Brooks

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:01:58
Added: 19 Feb 2013

Gary Brooks' "The G files: Edward Miner Gallaudet"

The G files: Edward Miner Gallaudet. Edward is the son of Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet, a founder of Deaf Education in America. Edward became the president of Gallaudet when he was 20 in 1864 and died at 80 in 1917. Sightings of Edward's ghost has been reported on the stage in Chapel Hall and the ...

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:04:38
Added: 19 Feb 2013

Gary Brooks' "The G files: The Bison"

The G files: The Bison. The story about how Gallaudet University selects its mascot, which is the bison. Explanation about how the University’s campus newspaper got its name, Buff and Blue. The invention of the Bison Song by Dorothy Miles after realizing that the teams had no spirit song for the ...

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:09:24
Added: 19 Feb 2013

Gary Brooks' "The G files: The Tree"

The G files: The Tree. The story about the oak tree that was used to be in the spot where the statue of Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet and Alice Cogswell currently is located on the campus. Daniel Chester French was the sculptor for the statue but before he accepts the contract, he made a concession ...

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:04:10
Added: 19 Feb 2013

Gary Brooks' "The G files: Chapter 1"

The G files: Chapter 1. A tale about the famous coffin door at College Hall with few stories; strange noises, books flying, and freshmen that enter the door will not graduate from Gallaudet. “The Chair”, a tale about Edward Miner Gallaudet’s favorite chair that was later abandoned. “The College ...

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:12:16
Added: 18 Feb 2013

Gary Brooks ' "The G files: Chapter 3"

The G files: Chapter 3. A tale of two-headed rat on Gallaudet campus with students trying to capture the rat including a brief biology lesson on what could be the cause for two-headed animals. “The Book” is about a library assistant who notices a man standing at the same spot while she puts the ...

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:14:51
Added: 18 Feb 2013

Gary Brooks ' "The G files: The Ole Jim"

The G files: The Ole Jim. The history of Ole Jim is being shown with old pictures, various events were held at Ole Jim e.g. sports, dances and fraternity meetings. Stories and legends are being shared about the role of Ole Jim including a dark story. Written and Directed by Gary Brooks

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:18:40
Added: 18 Feb 2013

Then and Now: The History of Hearing Aids

Then and Now: The History of Hearing Aids. Drew the Archivist and his assistant, Werd describes the evolution of hearing aids across the time including a theory on prehistoric hearing aid using a mammoth’s tusk for deaf people to hear. During the Renaissance times, deaf people use different kinds ...

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:24:29
Added: 13 Feb 2013

Gallaudet Archives

Gallaudet Archives Written and Directed by Gary Brooks

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:07:04
Added: 13 Feb 2013

Then and Now: How to Preserve Your Things

Then and Now: How to Preserve Your Things. Drew explains how to preserve and protect your stuff. He starts with how to preserve pictures by putting them on acid free scrapbook pages. Tips on how to preserve a newspaper because it tends to become yellow with age. Artifacts that you may want to ...

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:12:03
Added: 12 Feb 2013

Then and Now: The History of Sign Language

Then and Now: The History of Sign Language. Drew explains about the history of Sign Language and how it was brought to America from France through the meeting of Laurent Clerc and Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet. Clerc taught Gallaudet French Sign Language and in turn, Gallaudet taught Clerc English. ...

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:12:52
Added: 12 Feb 2013

Then and Now: The History of TDD

Then and Now: The History of TDD. Drew shows the old TDD that weighted heavy that he cannot move the TDD. Drew then calls for his assistant, Werd to assist with describing the history of TDD and how it changed over time. Drew then shows different models of TDD and it got smaller and more light ...

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:07:03
Added: 12 Feb 2013

Then and Now: The Door Bell

Then and Now: The Door Bell Drew explains about Gallaudet University Archives and its role in preserving Deaf History and he starts a story about the doorbell. Drew shows the old doorbell that is located in College Hall. If someone uses the old doorbell to call a person, all people in the building ...

Category: Deaf History
Duration: 00:07:06
Added: 12 Feb 2013

Thomas Scott Marr

Thomas Scott Marr. Mr. Marr, a deaf outstanding architect, discusses his life and work. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in 1889 from Gallaudet College and a Master of Science in 1924. The film shows structures built or designed by T. Marr. Marr drew the plans for churches, banks, ...

Subtitle/Caption available
Category: Deaf History
Added: 20 Aug 2012

St. Ann's Church News Reel pt. 2

St. Ann's Church News Reel pt. 2. Different segments shown over the years from 1931-1957. All Souls’ Church for the Deaf in Philadelphia invites St. Ann’s Church to come together. Rev. Guilbert Braddock and Rev. Henry Kulver says a prayer. The congregation sings a gospel. The Men’s Club hosts ...

Subtitle/Caption available
Category: Deaf History
Added: 20 Aug 2012

Some Activities of the Deaf

Some Activities of the Deaf. A message to the deaf people of America, presented by the president Tom L. Anderson of N.A.D. Tom Anderson begins with how the first president of N.A.D in the year of 1880 came from Iowa was elected, that the number 88 must be a lucky number as he is the 88th president ...

Subtitle/Caption available
Category: Deaf History
Added: 20 Aug 2012

Scenes from Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet

Scenes from Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet. Deaf Film #55-4. Clips from Gallaudet College in 1944. Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet day exercises at Gallaudet College. Included are the following : Statue of T. H. Gallaudet and Alice Cogswell by Daniel Chester French, Dr. Hall, Professor Drake (chairman of the ...

Subtitle/Caption available
Category: Deaf History
Added: 20 Aug 2012
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