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Alexander Graham Bell
Bel, Aleksander G.
Bell, A. Graham
Bell, Alexander G.
Bell, Alexander Graham
Bell, Alexander Graham (American scientist and inventor, 1847-1922)
Bell, Alexr. Graham
Beru, Arekisandoru Gurahamu
Graham Bell, Alexander
בל, אלכסנדר גרהם
בעל, אלכסנדר גרהם
גרהם בל, אודות
גרהם בל, אלכסנדר
ألكسندر غراهام بل،
بل، ألكسندر غراهام،
بيل، ألكسندر غراهام،
Musical sound recording
American association to promote the teaching of speech to the deaf
Bell, Mabel Hubbard (1857-1923; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Gallaudet, Edward Miner (1837-1917)
Gordon, Joseph Claybaugh (1842-1903))
Society of Telegraph Engineers
United States Electric Utilities Team
United States. Bureau of the census. [from old catalog]
United States. Census office. 12th census, 1900. [from old catalog]
Volta Bureau (U.S.)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
account of the exercises on the occasion of the presentation of the Langley medal and the unveiling of the Langley memorial tablet, An
Address upon the condition of articulation teaching in American schools for the deaf
Aleksander G. Bel, 1980
Alexander Graham Bell family papers
alexander graham bell: the life and times of the man who invented the telephone
Bell telephone., The
Bells of Saint Andrews., The
blind and the deaf 1900 ..., The
British electricity system; report of a productivity team from the United States of America which visited the United Kingdom in 1952., The
Calendar of Alexander Graham Bell correspondence in the Volta bureau, Washington, D.C.
canadian scientists and inventors: biographies of people who made a difference
damned for their difference: the cultural construction of deaf people as disabled: a sociological history
duration of life and conditions associated with longevity. A study of the Hyde genealogy, The
Education of deaf children : evidence of Edward Miner Gallaudet and Alex. Graham Bell, presented to the royal commission of the blind, the deaf and dumb
Education of deaf children : evidence of Edward Miner Gallaudet and Alexander Graham Bell presented to the Royal Commission of the United Kingdom on the condition of the blind, the deaf and dumb, etc. with accompanying papers, postscripts, and an index
Education of deaf children : evidence presented to the R. Commission of the United Kingdom on the condition of the Blind, the Deaf and Dumb, ... with accompanying papers, postcripts, and an index
Education of deaf chindren
entrepreneurs, an American adventure. Instant America [VR] 1991, c1987, The
Establishment for the study of vocal physiology, 1872:
Establishment for the study of vocal physiology : for the correction of stammering, and other defects of utterance, and for practical instruction in "visible speech"
Facts and opinions relating to the deaf
fastest in the world: the saga of canada's revolutionary hydrofoils
few thoughts concerning eugenics, A
few thoughts concerning parents' associations, A
fiber optics weekly update
Graphical studies of marriages of the deaf
growth of the oral method in America, The
Growth of the oral method of instructing the deaf : an address delivered November 10, 1894, on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the opening of the Horace Mann school, Boston, Mass.
handbook of social justice in education., the
historic baddeck (images of our past series).
history of special education: from isolation to integration, the
hitler's black victims: the historical experiences of afro-germans, european blacks, africans, and african americans in the nazi era.
hydrofoil mystery, the
into the 20th century: 1900/1910
Lectures upon the mechanism of speech. -
mabel bell: alexander's silent partner.
Marriage : an address to the deaf
Marriages; an address to the deaf
mechanism of speech; lectures delivered before the American association to promote the teaching of speech to the deaf, to which is appended a paper Vowel theories read before the National academy of arts and sciences., The
Memoir Upon the formation of a deaf variety of the human race.
Methods of instructing the deaf in the United States.
metric system. An explanation of the reasons why the United States should abandon its heterogeneous systems of weights and measures, The
Miscellaneous reprints. 1800-1919
Multi-nippled sheep of Beinn Bhreagh, Victoria County, Nova Scotia, living 1903, and their known ancestors.
mystic oral school, The : an argument in its favor
National advisory committee for aeronautics.
never the twain shall meet: bell, gallaudet, and the communications debate
On reading as a means of teaching language to the deaf : an address delivered before the Sixth National Conference of Superintendents and Principals of Institutions for the Deaf (Gallaudet meeting), held at the Mississippi Institution, Jackson, Miss., April 14-17, 1888
On the nature and uses of visible speech, 1872:
philanthropist of the last century identified as a Boston man ..., A
Photophon. -, Das
Preparedness for aerial defense
question of sign-language and the utility of signs in the instruction of the deaf, The : two papers
question of sign-language and the utility of signs in the instruction of the deaf—two papers., the
Researches in telephony.
Sanders reader., The
Sheep catalogue of Beinn Bhreagh, Victoria Co., Nova Scotia. Showing the origin of the multi-nippled sheep of Beinn Bhreagh, and giving all the descendants down to 1903.
Sixth summer meeting, held at the Clarke School for the Deaf, Northampton, Mass., from the 22d to the 28th of June, 1899 : address of the president Alexander Graham Bell.
Speech-teaching in American schools for the deaf. Statistics from the "American annals of the deaf."
story of a famous inventor., the
telephone patent conspiracy of 1876: the elisha gray — alexander bell controversy, the
telephone, The : a lecture entitled Researches in electric telephony
tetrahedral principle in kite structure, The
[[the telephone gambit]]: chasing alexander bell's secret
Upon a method of teaching language to a very young congenitally deaf child.
Upon the electrical experiments to determine the location of the bullet in the body of the late President Garfield; and upon a successful form of induction balance for the painless detection of metallic masses in the human body.
Upon the formation of a deaf variety of the human race. [from old catalog]
Upon the production of sound by radiant energy ... Washington, 1881.
Visible speech as tought to the deaf : an address delivered Tuesday, July 7th, 1891, at the First Summer Meeting of the American Associaton to promote the teaching of speech to the deaf, held at Lake George, N.Y.
Voyages aériens, illustrés par Eug. Cicéri, A. Marie & A. Tissandier