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Antwerpen Madosa Archief 

Country: Belgium
Description: Antwerp Deaf History archives housed by Madosa vzw (Society for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Antwerp). 

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Archief Nowedo Werkgroep 

Country: Belgium
Description: Deaf History archives and work group focusing on Nowedo (North-West Flemish Deaf and Hard of Hearing association), Deaf education and the Deaf community, particularly the Flemish Deaf community in Belgium. 

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Archiefwerking | Doof Vlaanderen

Country: Belgium
Description: The "archives of the Flemish Deaf Community" in Belgium, under the auspices of Doof Vlaanderen (Deaf Flanders). 

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Archives Belgian Deaf sport Committee (BDC)

Country: Belgium
Description: The Belgian Deaf sport Committee (BDC) archives "have been actively collecting archival material about the rich history of deaf sports in Belgium."  

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BDA Deaf Archives

Country: United Kingdom
Description: This British Deaf Association (BDA) project brings together films, photos, and memories from around the world. This website aims to illustrate the range, richness, and depth of the Deaf community and Deaf history. The website is not only accessible but interactive, allowing visitors to comment on materials, provide additional information and upload their own event photos and films.

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Deaf Art and Deaf Artists
 
Country: United States of America
Description: This website contains information on and an archive regarding Deaf Art and Deaf Artists. Rochester Institute of Technology/National Technical Institute for the Deaf (RIT/NTID) developed this website.

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Deaf in New South Wales: A Community History
 
Country: Australia
Description: This website "explores the experiences of deaf people in New South Wales since the late 18th Century."

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Deaf People and World War II
 
Country: United States of America
Description: This website presents historical collections and an overview of topics related to the lives and experiences of Deaf people during World War II. Rochester Institute of Technology/National Technical Institute for the Deaf (RIT/NTID) developed this website.

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Deaf Theatre
 
Country: United States of America
Description: This website contains information and resources regarding Deaf Theatre. Rochester Institute of Technology/National Technical Institute for the Deaf (RIT/NTID) developed this website.

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Dokumentationszentrum zur Bayerischen Gehörlosengeschichte
 
Country: Germany
Description: Founded in 2008, this is a Documentation Center for Bavarian Deaf history, located in Munich. The library houses many Deaf history-related books along with photos, art objects, films, paintings, and Deaf press materials. 

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Doof Vlaanderen / Deaf Flanders - Federation of Flemish Deaf Organisations Archives
 
Country: Belgium
Description: Archive for the history of the Flemish Deaf community, Doof Vlaanderen / Deaf Flanders- Federation of Flemish Deaf Organisations.

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Dovenshoah

Country: Netherlands
Description: To commemorate all murdered Dutch deaf Jewish victims of the Nazi regime.

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Gallaudet University Archives

Country: United States of America
Description: Archives and Deaf collections of Gallaudet University, Washington, D. C.

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Handtheater Archief 1990-2015

Country: Netherlands
Description: Archives of Stichting Handtheater, a Deaf community-based sign theatre organization.

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Österreichisches Archiv der Gehörlosen Geschichte

Country: Austria
Description: This website is an on-line archive collection of the heritage of the Austrian Deaf community. Valuable historical photos and information archives are available for you to immerse yourself in, enjoy, and share. Organized by WITAF - Seit 1865 im Dienste der Gehörlosen.

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OSD-SJW Archives
 
Country: Canada
Description: Archives of the Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf (Belleville, Ontario; formerly known as Ontario School for the Deaf).
 
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OSD-SJW Historical Timeline [click here]                                                        
Pio Istituto dei Sordi
 
Country: Italy
Description: Online photographic archive of the Pio Institute of the Deaf in Milan, Italy.

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RIT/NTID Archive
 
Country: United States of America
Description: This is the website of the Library and Archive of the Rochester Institute of Technology / National Technical Institute for the Deaf (RIT/NTID), United States of America. Information on various Deaf-related collections can be found by navigating this website.

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SignDNA - Sign Language Deaf National Archive New Zealand

Country: New Zealand
Description: SignDNA is the home of Aotearoa New Zealand’s visual Deaf history. The online archive collates, digitises and makes accessible material and artefacts of cultural and historical significance to the Deaf community of Aotearoa New Zealand.

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Swiss Deaf Archives

Country: Switzerland
Description: The "Swiss Deaf Archive (SAG)" collects written and pictorial documents as well as archival records on the history of deafness in Switzerland from the 19th century to the present. The focus of interest is on bequests and archives of persons and organizations of nationwide importance.

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