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H2 Free to Use and Reuse: Disability Awareness
H2 Helen Keller advocated for disability rights through lectures and books and was herself deafblind. Shown here in 1956.
H2 Students performing "The Star Spangled Banner" in sign language at the St. Rita School for the Deaf, 1918.
H2 Representative Barbara Jordan was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis while serving in the U.S. Congress in the 1970s.
H2 In this song from 1919, a World War I soldier accepts rejection by one woman because "your crippled soldier loves a lass across the sea" who saw past his injuries.
H2 The Library of Congress opened a reading room for blind persons in 1897, shown here around 1920.
H2 The National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled was established in 1931 at the Library of Congress to provide braille and recorded materials to people who cannot see or handle print m...
H2 Harriet Tubman lived with a brain injury and seizures caused by an overseer who hit her in the head before she escaped enslavement. 1870s.
H2 John Louis Clarke, a noted Blackfeet wood carver, became deaf from scarlet fever. 1920s.
H2 "Preservation of the Sign Language." Educational film, 1913.
H2 Tony Young, a disability rights advocate with quadriplegia, at the U.S. Capitol in 1999.
H2 An artificial limb recipient ice skating near the Washington Monument, around 1890.
H2 Bowling at the Lighthouse, an institution for the blind, in 1944.
H2 "Left-hand penmanship by Civil War veterans who lost their right arms," 1866-1867.
H2 Sergeant William A. MacNulty, 10th New York Infantry, with amputated right arm, in1864.
H2 Disabled Civil War soldiers, 1860s.
H2 Soldiers who have amputated limbs are at Walter Reed Hospital in 1918.
H2 In this World War I poster "Uncle Sam offers training to every man disabled in the service."
H2 Lt. Commander John McCain, shown here during a 1973 interview about his prisoner of war experience in Vietnam, received a disabled veteran designation.
H2 Thomas Edison, who described himself as deaf, is shown standing close to a reporter during an interview in 1906.
H2 Alumni reunion, Indiana State School for the Deaf in 1908.
H2 Gallaudet University athletes in 1923.
H2 College Hall, Gallaudet University in 2010.
H2 Laura Bridgman, considered the first deaf-blind child with language education in the United States, is shown with Oliver Caswell reading embossed letters in a book. 1844.
H2 Population of blind persons in the 1870 U.S. census. Chart in the "Statistical Atlas of the United States," 1874.
H2 Braille text being read by a woman in an office setting, around 1931
H2 Thomas Wiggins, a musical prodigy composer and piano player, was blind at birth. 1880.
H2 "Autumn," poem by Helen Keller, 27 October 1893.
H2 Playing cards in a rooftop garden that opened for blind persons in 1915.
H2 William Samuel McTier became well known as Blind Willie McTell--a blues singer and guitarist. 1940.
H2 Elevator buttons with braille numerals to assist blind persons. 1981.
H2 Lavinia Warren, a theatrical performer with dwarfism, was one of the most famous people in the U.S. at the height of her career. 1855-1865.
H2 Robert Hudson, a little person, made valuable contributions to World War II by processing parts for airplane motor assemblies in 1942.
H2 Disability advocate Justin Dart., Jr., and Jesse Jackson during a 1989 hearing for the Americans with Disabilities Act.
H2 Franklin Roosevelt's wheelchair at the "Little White House," Warm Springs, Georgia in 2017.
H2 Metro station, Washington, DC, with wheelchair access in 1977.
H2 Wheelchair ramp at Minneapolis Federal Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 2012.
H2 The Hospital for the Insane of the Army and Navy and the District of Columbia, 1860-1861, known later as St. Elizabeth's Hospital.
H2 J.E. Hanger Co. promoted the success of its artificial limbs in such photos as this portrait of an unidentified African American man. Around 1905.
H2 Judge Quentin D. Corley, Sr., playing croquet with a prosthetic arm in the 1910s.
H3 Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize
H3 Connecting Communities with "Of the People"
H3 The Festival Continues
H3 Welcome Back! Visitors and Researchers Return
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/resource/cph.3c37038/IMG-ALT Helen Keller in a dress suit and pill cap around age 70. She is standing with her arm around a young boy and helping himr arm around a young boy and helping him balance while he sits on a railing. ...
/resource/cph.3c37038/Helen Keller advocated for disability rights through lectures and books and was herself deafblind. Shown here in 1956.
/resource/npcc.33373/IMG-ALT Several children and youth standing in a row in a front of a large U.S. flag. They are using sign language, and most areey are using sign language, and most are smiling.
/resource/npcc.33373/Students performing "The Star Spangled Banner" in sign language at the St. Rita School for the Deaf, 1918.
/resource/gtfy.01852/IMG-ALT Representative Barbara Jordan sitting at a table or podium. She is speaking into two microphones. There is a large sign two microphones. There is a large sign behind her.
/resource/gtfy.01852/Representative Barbara Jordan was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis while serving in the U.S. Congress in the 1970s.
/resource/ihas.200203678.0/?sp=1IMG-ALT The cover to a piece of sheet music shows a drawing of a man in a uniform and a woman in a dress. One of the man's legs woman in a dress. One of the man's legs is shorter than the other. The woman ...
/resource/ihas.200203678.0/?sp=1In this song from 1919, a World War I soldier accepts rejection by one woman because "your crippled soldier loves a lassause "your crippled soldier loves a lass across the sea" who saw past his inj...
/resource/cph.3b07020/IMG-ALT Several people sitting at desks and tables. The room is lined with books.
/resource/cph.3b07020/The Library of Congress opened a reading room for blind persons in 1897, shown here around 1920.
https://www.loc.gov/nls/about/IMG-ALT A woman sitting at a table using a laptop. A device is resting on the table next to the laptop. A dog is sitting on the to the laptop. A dog is sitting on the floor nearby.
https://www.loc.gov/nls/about/The National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled was established in 1931 at the Library of Congress to prov 1931 at the Library of Congress to provide braille and recorded materials to...
/resource/ppmsca.54232/IMG-ALT Harriet Tubman standing next to a chair. There is a side table behind her with a book resting on it.
/resource/ppmsca.54232/Harriet Tubman lived with a brain injury and seizures caused by an overseer who hit her in the head before she escaped ehit her in the head before she escaped enslavement. 1870s.
/resource/ggbain.37860/IMG-ALT John Clarke standing over a piece of partially carved wood. He is holding a mallet and a chisel. There are carvings and et and a chisel. There are carvings and pieces of sculpture on shelves behind...
/resource/ggbain.37860/John Louis Clarke, a noted Blackfeet wood carver, became deaf from scarlet fever. 1920s.
/item/mbrs01815816/IMG-ALT A man in a suit standing in front of a dark backdrop. He is using sign language.
/item/mbrs01815816/"Preservation of the Sign Language." Educational film, 1913.
/resource/ppmsca.65690/IMG-ALT A man in a suit using an electric wheelchair. He is in on a sidewalk in front of the U.S. Capitol building.
/resource/ppmsca.65690/Tony Young, a disability rights advocate with quadriplegia, at the U.S. Capitol in 1999.
/resource/bellcm.25186/IMG-ALT A man in winter clothes skating on a frozen pond. The Washington Monument is in the background behind him.
/resource/bellcm.25186/An artificial limb recipient ice skating near the Washington Monument, around 1890.
/resource/fsa.8d42035/IMG-ALT A man bowling. The man is in the background and the bowling ball is in the foreground. The man is holding onto a guide rround. The man is holding onto a guide rail with one hand.
/resource/fsa.8d42035/Bowling at the Lighthouse, an institution for the blind, in 1944.
/resource/mss13375.00103/?sp=19IMG-ALT A printed page advertising a "Grand Exhibition of Left-Handed Penmanship by Soldiers and Sailors Who Have Lost Their Rigiers and Sailors Who Have Lost Their Rights Arms During the War."
/resource/mss13375.00103/?sp=19"Left-hand penmanship by Civil War veterans who lost their right arms," 1866-1867.
/resource/ppmsca.72102/IMG-ALT A man in a suit sitting on a chair. He does not have a right arm. At the bottom is a signature that reads, "W.A. MacNultis a signature that reads, "W.A. MacNulty."
/resource/ppmsca.72102/Sergeant William A. MacNulty, 10th New York Infantry, with amputated right arm, in1864.
/resource/ppmsca.20825/IMG-ALT A drawing of three men in Civil War uniforms. One man is standing with one hand in his pocket. Another man is sitting onin his pocket. Another man is sitting on a chest. He does not appear to have ...
/resource/ppmsca.20825/Disabled Civil War soldiers, 1860s.
/resource/hec.11308/IMG-ALT Two men in uniforms stand in front of a hospital building. One man is using crutches and does not have a left foot. He iches and does not have a left foot. He is lighting the other man's cigarette....
/resource/hec.11308/Soldiers who have amputated limbs are at Walter Reed Hospital in 1918.
/resource/ppmsca.08124/IMG-ALT A colorful poster shows a man standing on a doorway facing a sunny hillside. He is using a crutch and does not have a leis using a crutch and does not have a left leg. Above the image a title reads...
/resource/ppmsca.08124/In this World War I poster "Uncle Sam offers training to every man disabled in the service."
/resource/ppmsca.03413/IMG-ALT John McCain in shirtsleeves, in his late 30s. He is sitting in a chair speaking.
/resource/ppmsca.03413/Lt. Commander John McCain, shown here during a 1973 interview about his prisoner of war experience in Vietnam, received of war experience in Vietnam, received a disabled veteran designation.
/resource/cph.3a35592/IMG-ALT Thomas Edison in a suit and tie around age 60. He is standing in a laboratory, leaning towards another man in a suit. Theaning towards another man in a suit. The other man is speaking to him.
/resource/cph.3a35592/Thomas Edison, who described himself as deaf, is shown standing close to a reporter during an interview in 1906.
/resource/pan.6a25523/IMG-ALT Around thirty women wearing dresses, standing or sitting in a group in front of a large building.
/resource/pan.6a25523/Alumni reunion, Indiana State School for the Deaf in 1908.
/resource/npcc.08051/IMG-ALT Around 25 men standing in two rows. Most of the men are wearing athletic uniforms and equipment.
/resource/npcc.08051/Gallaudet University athletes in 1923.
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/resource/highsm.10015/College Hall, Gallaudet University in 2010.
/resource/pga.12726/IMG-ALT Laura Bridgman helping Oliver Caswell read a book. She is holding the book and guiding his finger over embossed letters.
/resource/pga.12726/Laura Bridgman, considered the first deaf-blind child with language education in the United States, is shown with Oliver the United States, is shown with Oliver Caswell reading embossed letters in ...
/resource/g3701gm.gct00008/?sp...IMG-ALT Printed page with pie charts that show the blind population of different states in 1870.
/resource/g3701gm.gct00008/?sp...Population of blind persons in the 1870 U.S. census. Chart in the "Statistical Atlas of the United States," 1874.
/resource/hec.36683/IMG-ALT A woman in a dress sits at a desk. She is reading a braille document on the desk in front of her.
/resource/hec.36683/Braille text being read by a woman in an office setting, around 1931
/resource/cph.3b30858/IMG-ALT Thomas Wiggins in a suit and tie around age 30. A caption below reads, "Blind Tom."
/resource/cph.3b30858/Thomas Wiggins, a musical prodigy composer and piano player, was blind at birth. 1880.
/resource/mcc.064/IMG-ALT A typewritten poem with a title at the top that reads, "Autumn." At the top right, a handwritten inscription reads, "Fort, a handwritten inscription reads, "For Dr. Bell. With dearest Love, From th...
/resource/mcc.064/"Autumn," poem by Helen Keller, 27 October 1893.
/resource/ggbain.19555/IMG-ALT Two men in suits sitting on a bench. They are each holding playing cards and there is a card on the bench between them. re is a card on the bench between them. One man is touching the corner of the...
/resource/ggbain.19555/Playing cards in a rooftop garden that opened for blind persons in 1915.
/resource/ppmsca.38816/IMG-ALT Blind Willie McTell holding a guitar in a furnished room.
/resource/ppmsca.38816/William Samuel McTier became well known as Blind Willie McTell--a blues singer and guitarist. 1940.
/resource/gtfy.07004/IMG-ALT A panel of elevator buttons. Each button has a braille numeral or letter and a raised character next to it.
/resource/gtfy.07004/Elevator buttons with braille numerals to assist blind persons. 1981.
/resource/cwpbh.02976/IMG-ALT Lavinia Warren in a dress. She is standing next to an armchair.
/resource/cwpbh.02976/Lavinia Warren, a theatrical performer with dwarfism, was one of the most famous people in the U.S. at the height of her people in the U.S. at the height of her career. 1855-1865.
/resource/fsa.8b07337/IMG-ALT A man in a shirt with rolled up sleeves on a stool. He is operating a band saw.
/resource/fsa.8b07337/Robert Hudson, a little person, made valuable contributions to World War II by processing parts for airplane motor assemrocessing parts for airplane motor assemblies in 1942.
/resource/ppmsca.65015/IMG-ALT Justin Dart, Jr., in a suit and a hat, and Jesse Jackson in a suit. They are shaking hands. Justin Dart., Jr., is using king hands. Justin Dart., Jr., is using a wheelchair.
/resource/ppmsca.65015/Disability advocate Justin Dart., Jr., and Jesse Jackson during a 1989 hearing for the Americans with Disabilities Act.
/resource/highsm.47509/IMG-ALT A wheelchair sitting next to a table. The wheelchair is made of wood and metal.
/resource/highsm.47509/Franklin Roosevelt's wheelchair at the "Little White House," Warm Springs, Georgia in 2017.
/resource/ppmsca.55358/IMG-ALT A man in office clothing entering a Metro car. He is using a wheelchair.
/resource/ppmsca.55358/Metro station, Washington, DC, with wheelchair access in 1977.
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