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Photograph of large school building beyond open lawns.
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Title: Present School In West Hartford
From: Diary Of Laurent Clerc's Voyage From France To America In 1816
Creator: n/a
Date: n/a
Format: Photograph
Publisher: American School for the Deaf
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: p.23
Keywords: Advocacy; American School For The Deaf; Architecture; Deaf; Educational Institutions; Institutions; Landscape; Laurent Clerc; Mason Cogswell; Schools; Sensory Disability; Social Welfare & Communities; Thomas Gallaudet
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy
Note: This image is from an edition of Laurent Clerc's Diary that was published by the American School for the Deaf in 1952.

Objects From This Artifact:
- Alice Cogswell (still)
- American School, 1817 (still)
- American School, 1821 (still)
- Clerc Memorial (still)
- Diary Of Laurent Clerc's Voyage From France To America In 1816 (doc)
- Dr. Mason F. Cogswell (still)
- Laurent Clerc (still)
- Laurent Clerc, 1869 (still)
- Old Hartford School (still)
- Present School In West Hartford (still)
- The Clerc Memorial In Its Present Surroundings (still)
- The Front Parlor Of The Cogswell Home (still)
- The Home Of Dr. Mason F. Cogswell, Thirty Eight Prospect Street, Hartford (still)
- Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet (still)