Annual Report - 47th Report of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society of Victoria 1931
From the Collection of Expression Australia Level 4 340 Albert Street East Melbourne VIC
- Green Cover, Size 21.5Hx13.5W, 24 pages
- e. r. peacock, eugene gorman, norman armstrong, l. a. cleveland, j. oehr, dr w. j. craig, dr. may, a. e. atherton, g. fethers, f. e. frewin, m. j. hoath, e. l. morton, e. johnson, g. newnham, edgar h. peacock,s. watkin, edgar h. peacock, s. watkin, j. mclean, j. m. johnston, m. g. b. mortimer, adam c. muir, e. noble, a. w. taylor, n. webb,a. stephens, rev j. j. booth, mrs a. piper, blackburn, cricket, lacrosse, jolimont square, john e. muir, alice graham, solomon moss, mrs moss, victorian deaf and dumb institution, ven. archdeacon hancock, rev dr. borland, rev h. crawford, w. smith, tennis, a. hull, r. h. lambert, interstate sports carnival, victorian deaf, quantock, bladier, anderson, campbell, walsh, tyzzer, marks, wilson, fairman, taylor, vicary, muir, halliday, nolan, lindsay,
- The Adult Deaf and Dumb Society of Victoria, now known as Vicdeaf, (the Victorian Deaf Society), was founded in 1884 as the Victorian Society for Promoting the Spiritual and Temporal Welfare of the Adult Deaf and Dumb. The provisional committee being Mr W Bates, Mr J M Bruce, Mr J D Gowan, Mr Edwin Newbiggin, Mr C M Officer, M. L, A., and the Rev. W. Moss.
The Adult Deaf and Dumb Mission's objects were:
1. To provide the means for religious worship and instruction for the adult deaf and dumb of Victoria
2. To visit the deaf and dumb in their homes, especially when sick or in distress
3. To assist the deaf and dumb of good character in obtaining suitable employment
4. To provide technical and other education for the adult and dumb
5. To give pecuniary assistance to adult deaf and dumb who are in need
- The Annual Reports of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society are historically significant providing insight into the history of the evolving Deaf Community in Victoria. They are a annual 'snapshot' of the year with references not only to the progress of the Society but also to the significant people and events within the Deaf Community.
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