Film, Video Preservation of the Sign Language
About this Item
- Preservation of the Sign Language
- Veditz, George William
Created / Published
- - Educational films
- Educational films
- - Sound: This moving image content is silent, and was created without sound or a soundtrack.
- - Summary: Mr. George William Veditz, teacher in the Colorado School for the deaf, in the sign language of the deaf, shows the importance of preserving the sign language as it is taught.
- Film, Video
Call Number/Physical Location
- Mavis identifier: 1815816
- National Association Of The Deaf Collection (Library Of Congress)
- Motion Picture, Broadcasting And Recorded Sound Division
- "The Preservation of Sign Language": Film Registry #22
- "Preservation of the Sign Language" (1913) and "Sound of Metal" (2019)
- National Film Registry | Articles and Essays | National Screening Room | Digital Collections
- Free to Use and Reuse: Disability Awareness | Free to Use and Reuse Sets
- Brief Descriptions and Expanded Essays of National Film Registry Titles | Film Registry | National Film Preservation Board | Programs
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Chicago citation style:
Veditz, George William. Preservation of the Sign Language. 1913. Video. https://www.loc.gov/item/mbrs01815816/.
APA citation style:
Veditz, G. W. (1913) Preservation of the Sign Language. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/mbrs01815816/.
MLA citation style:
Veditz, George William. Preservation of the Sign Language. 1913. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/mbrs01815816/>.