Title: Voices of the Deaf. A Biography of Edward ...
Publisher: Public Affairs Press, Washington, D. C.
Publication Date: 1959
9" x 5.75". 190pp. Blue cloth, in dust wrapper. Lightly musty from storage, else VG+ condition. The jacket is soiled and a bit edge worn. This copy signed and inscribed by the author to Theresa Stevens, the wife of Seattle author James Stevens. A good study of the life of the son of the founder of the first American school for the deaf. Edward Miner Gallaudet was president of Gallaudet College/Columbia for 46 years. Bookseller Inventory # 21634
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