The RIT Archives, 3660, is in the library building and is open Monday-Friday from 9 am-12 pm and 1 pm-5pm. It is best to make appointments with the archivists. You can email the archivists Liz Call or Jody Sidlauskas for more information. You can also use the contact page which also has their phone numbers.
VistaPhone and articles about this device
Captioned Decoder, TDD, and Videophone donated by Alan and Vicki Hurwitz
Light flashers for alerting the Deaf person to the phone, doorbell, baby cries, etc.
Guide to the Harry Lang Videotapes and Typescripts 1998-2000
The videotapes document interviews Mr. Lang conducted for researching his book on the development of the TTY, A Phone of Their Own. They include the following tapes:
First TTY modem
Invented 1965 by Robert Weibrecht (a deaf inventor) and located at RADSCC which ws donated by Harry Lang
Lee Brody NJ-NY TTY Business
(he invented Braille TTY for blind users)