Deaf and World War II: Deaf Studies, Culture & History Archives

Find resources related to Deaf People during the WW II years.

Finding Deaf and WW II Collections

Image of a light tan woman on a dark background with light tan font Art, Science, Industry.My responsibilities as the NTID Librarian are to help develop The Deaf Studies, Culture & History Archive, gather collections, and teach classes using the collection.

The RIT Archives is in the library building and is open Monday-Friday from 9 am-12 pm and 1 pm-5 pm. It is best to make appointments with the archivists. You can email the archivists. You can also use the contact page, which also has their phone numbers.

If you are interested in booking a class to review these or other items, please get in touch with Joan Naturale, NTID Librarian, at or call 286-4635 (V/VP). 

Highlighted Deaf Studies, Culture & History Archive Collections
View a PowerPoint PDF to get an idea of our rich collections.

Recommended links to Deaf Museums and Archives and Deaf History periodicals are listed for your review.

Deaf Studies Archive Collections: Holocaust and WW II

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Use of RIT resources is reserved for current RIT students, faculty and staff for academic and teaching purposes only.
Please contact your librarian with any questions.

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