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An essay by a Horace Mann School principal on her remembrances of Alexander Graham Bell and his association with the school. Bound volume includes photographs of Mabel Adams, Alexander Graham Bell, and other Horace Mann teachers and students.

Fallacies Concerning the Deaf, and the Influence of these Fallacies in Preventing the Amelioration of their Condition, an Address delivered before the Philosophical Society of Washington, October 27, 1883

Charts illustrating Visible Speech, a method invented by Alexander Melville Bell to teach speech to the deaf

City of Boston School Committee report on the School for Deaf Mutes, later renamed the Horace Mann School for the Deaf

Annual report on the school providing an overview of administrative matters and highlights of the school's achievements

Photograph of Horace Mann School class of 1916 (back row: Principal Ella Jordan, Miss Adams; next row: Harry G. MacLeod, Michael C. Accomando; next row: Gladys S. Gillis, Elsie M. Bell, Honora E. Finnegan; front row: William J. Ahern, Richard F.…

Photograph of Horace Mann School class of 1936 (back row: Miss Shiels, Miss Bogajamin, Paul Costa, James P. Regan, Mr. Harris; middle row: John Cairney, Jr., Doris A. Donnelly, Dorcas F. Parker, Anita Raffo, Richard Mingolelli, Principal Jennie…
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