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Expression Australia East Melbourne, VIC

Expression Australia is a not for profit organisation established in 1884 and is the primary source of reference, referral, advice and support for deaf and hard of hearing adults in Victoria. Expression Australia works collaboratively with a variety of mental health, legal and employment providers, support agencies, education and government departments with the aim to achieve access and equity for Deaf and hard of hearing people in Victoria.

Part of our work at Expression Australia includes providing information, resources and workshops to the wider community about Deaf and hard of hearing people and the day-to-day challenges they face. Expression Australia is a not-for-profit organisation that receives approximately 45% of its operating costs from state and federal governments. The remaining 55% of operational funding is derived from the Society's fundraising initiatives and service fees where applicable.

*Used with a lower case “d”, the term “deaf” includes all who are hard of hearing, hearing impaired or signing deaf.

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Level 4 340 Albert Street East Melbourne Victoria 3002 (map)
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+61 (03) 9473 1111

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9 am - 5pm, Monday to Friday.

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Level 4 340 Albert Street East Melbourne VIC

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Booklet - Leading From The Front? Reasearch on Disability Employment in the Victorian Disability Sector, Summary April 2008

Key words

disability employment in victorian disability sector, equity research centre, australians for disability and diversity employment (adde), action for community living( acl)

29.5cmHx21cmW, 11 pages, 3 copies

Historical information

Prepared by Equity Research Centre on behalf of Australians for Disability and Diversity Employment (ADDE) and Action for Community Living (ACL)

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Annual Report - 46th Report of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society of Victoria 1930

Key words

e. r. peacock, norman armstrong, l. a. cleveland, j. oehr, dr w. j. craig, dr. may, a. e. atherton, g. fethers, e. l. morton, g. newnham, edgar h. peacock, f. e. frewin, r. h. luff, m. j. hoath, j. mclean, j. m. johnston, m. g. b. mortimer, adam c. muir, a. w. taylor, n. webb, rev j. j. booth, blackburn, cricket, lacrosse

Cream Cover, Size 21.5Hx13.5W, 40 pages

Historical information

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

Significance

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.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Newsletter - The Gesture - The Voice of the Deaf and Dumb of Australasia Oct-Nov-Dec 1912

Key words

deaf newsletter, vicdeaf newsletter, australian deaf newsletter, deaf and dumb newsletter, deaf and dumb society of victoria

Pink Cover 29cmHx14cmW, 24 pages

Historical information

"The Gesture" was an independent organ of the Deaf and Dumb having no direct connection with any single organisation. Its aim was to help all agencies established to promote the advancement of the Deaf and Dumb. The aim was to be the "Voice" of the Deaf and Dumb of Australasia". To educate the public as to the real condition and needs of the afflicted brothers and sisters, to bring prominently before the hearing and speaking community the peculiar difficulties and obstacles that Deaf Mutes have to encounter in the battle of life. The magazine was named "The Gesture" with the single object of impressing upon the minds of the hearing friends the uncontrovertable fact that whatever the system of instruction the Deaf Mute invariably resorts to the manual alphabet and the language of gesture as the only expedient means of communication with those similarly afflicted.

Significance

The "Gesture" is significant as the first national newsletter of the Australian Deaf.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Video Cassette - Contextualization in Auslan: Time,Topicalization and Role Shift (National Auslan Curriculum)

Key words

auslan

Cassette box with 1 video and Teachers Notes.

Historical information

Produced by the Curriculum Team of the National Institute for Deaf Studies La Trobe University 1995

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Newsletter - The Victorian Deaf - February 1931

Key words

john e. muir, e. r. peacock, sarah lewis, frederick j. rose, deaf and dumb asylum, old kent road, lucy lewis, solomon moss, victorian deaf and dumb institution, a. r. thomson, georg quantock, canon crotty e. j. d. abraham, j. marks, mrs g. hawkins, gwen hawkins, dr cairns, box hill cemetery, w. j. mccaskil, nicholson, mrs f. holmes

Vol. 2 No. 1, February 1931; Size 21.5cmHx14cmW

Historical information

A bi-monthly magazine published by the Deaf Committee of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society of Victoria.

Significance

'The Victorian Deaf' Newsletter is a significant publication as an historical record giving and insight into the people, activities and events of the Deaf Community in Victoria

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Newsletter - Our Monthly Letter Vol 8 1911

Key words

our monthly letter, deaf newsletter

Green bound book of newsletters; 30cmHx21.5cmW

Historical information

Newsletter of the Adult Deaf & Dumb Society of Victoria

Significance

The significance of these newsletters is in the detail of information they contain about the people and activities of the Deaf community in Victoria and interstate.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Video Cassette - Carol-Lee Aquiline and Steve Ripley (actors from "Children of a Lessor God") speaking to Princess Elizabeth Junior School (P.E.J.S.) Parents August 1984

Key words

carol-lee aquiline, steve ripley, children of a lessor god, princess elizabeth junior school

Black video cassette cover containing one video cassette; Size 20.5cmHx14cmW

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Newsletter - The Victorian Deaf - May-June 1930

Key words

alex hull, arthur stephens, emma reade, l. p. jacks, katie whitehead, selwyn oxley, a. j. wilson, mrs g. h. hawkins, victor trotman, colin mcnutt, bert savage, myrtle walscott, e. walker, lina virgona, gwen hawkinsm. gibson, mrs g. damman, mrs j. muir, d. hickey, w. chapman, mrs gladman, j boortz, r. white, bert hague, w. grant, r. jose, w. o'bryan, t. tonkins, a. colins, mrs g. damman, mrs g. caldwell, w. rees, e. r. peacock, a. c. muir, mrs f. e. frewin, d. ashby, phyllis johnston, h. puddy, l. sutton, w. anderson, a hatley,

Vol. 1 No. 3, May-June 1930; Size 21.5cmHx14cmW

Historical information

Under the auspices of the Deaf Committee of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society of Victoria - Edited by A. Hull assisted by R. H. Lambert

Significance

The significance of these newsletters is in the detail of information they contain about the people and activities of the Deaf community in Victoria and interstate.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Newsletter - The Victorian Deaf - April 1931

Key words

alice graham, fred kendall, maurice marks, warrie ashby, hennessey, len ashley, rev f. w. g. gilbey, karl pearson, edgar schuster, dr. kerr love, mcaleod yearsley, dr haslam, charles heath, helen keller, ida m tarbell, anne sullivan, womens guild, mens guild, lacrosse, solomon moss, lucy moss, allsop, sutherland, james gibson, mrs lawson, mrs muir, ashby, maloney, e. rose, g. mortimer, c. hunt, j. mason, r. white, e. rainesw. h. crush, a. aird, v. wilson, h. s. nathan, halliday, nolan, j. lindsay,

Vol. 2 No. 2, April 1931; Size 21.5cmHx14cmW

Historical information

A bi-monthly magazine published by the Deaf Committee of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society of Victoria. E. Johnson, Editor, H. Puddy, Manager

Significance

'The Victorian Deaf' Newsletter is a significant publication as an historical record giving and insight into the people, activities and events of the Deaf Community in Victoria.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Booklet - Eph'phatha (be open) An Application For Worship Where There Is Hearing Loss

Key words

reverend geoffrey sloan, eph'phatha,

21cmHx14.5cmW, 24 pages, 2 copies

Historical information

Published by Reverend Geoffrey Sloan (Hon.) Chaplain for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired of Victoria, Printed by Harrison Print Bendigo 1993

Significance

Significant as a guide for conducting services of worship for the Deaf and hard of hearing.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Annual Report - 34th Report of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society of Victoria 1918

Key words

arthur stanley, w. g. mcbeath, e. r. peacock, r. j. oehr, h. l. walters, m. l. miller, john higgins, g. g. mercy, harold w. bickford, george brown, a. macaulay caldwell, w. a. dickins, f. e. frewin, j. m. johnston, r. h. luff, h. sumner martin, george vial, ernest j. d. abraham, r. dow, e. empson, l. fletcher, d, hickey, a. graham, mrs c. robertson, e. r. smith, mrs a. wilson. h. gladmanw. j. craig, john cronin, john m. paul, alex williamson, adam c. muir, s. moss, m. g. b mortimer, blackburn, deaf workers club, ramblers club, j. johnston, m. maloney, lacrosse, cricket, t. a. nelson, a suthersland, w. a. paterson, n. amos, j. leber, j. cariss, alfred peacock, mrs abraham, collins, robertson, vial, cardwell, davis, martin, stinger, elwin, o'brien, turner

Cream Cover, Size 21.5Hx13.5W, 93 pages

Historical information

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

Significance

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.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Booklet - Interpreting for Deaf People

Key words

adult deaf society of victoria,submissionfor interpreting facilities 3/3/76

Orange cover, 29.5cmX20.5cm, 6 pages

Historical information

A submission by the Adult Deaf Society of Victoria for additional interpreting facilities for deaf and hard of hearing people in Victoria 3/3/76

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Newsletters - Across the Board - ASLIA Victoria Winter 2006, Vol 2 Issue 1 2007, Vol 2 Issue 2 2007, Vol 2 Issue 4 2007

Key words

aslia victoria, aslia national, across the board

White binder with newsletters, 30cmHx21cmW, Volume 2 Issue 1 (3 copies) Volume 2 Issue 2 ( 3 copies) Volume 2 Issue 4 (2 copies)

Historical information

The Australian Sign Language Interpreters' Association (ASLIA) is a non-profit body and is the national peak organisation representing the needs and interests of Auslan/English interpreters and Deaf (Relay) Interpreters in Australia. The Association is comprised of a national Executive Committee, a Representative Council and branches in most states/territories.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Newsletter - Our Monthly Letter Vol. 12-13 1915-1916

Key words

our monthly letter; deaf newsletter

Green bound book of newsletters; 30cmHx21.5cmW

Historical information

Newsletter of the Adult Deaf & Dumb Society of Victoria

Significance

The significance of these newsletters is in the detail of information they contain about the people and activities of the Deaf community in Victoria and interstate.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Annual Report - Vision '92 Association for the Blind Annual Report 1991/92

29.5cmHx21cmW, 28 pages

Historical information

The Association for The Blind is a Victorian voluntary agency which offers specialised services to members of the community with visual impairment. The Association is also committed to community development education, in order to provide more opportunities in the community for people with visual impairment.

Significance

Significant as a record of the year's activity of the Association for The Blind 1992

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Newsletter - Voice for Deaf People - July 2010

29.5cmHx20.5cmW, 17 pages, 3 copies in protective pocket

Historical information

Victorian Council of Deaf People (VCOD) is a non profit organisation led and managed by Deaf people through provision of advocacy and information services to strengthen community participation and quality of life for Deaf Victorians.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Book - Closed Captioning for Australian Television

Cream Cover with black spiral binding, 26cmHx21cmW

Historical information

Closed Captioning for Australian Television a Discussion Paper prepared by the Australian Centre for Visual Television April 1980

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Booklet - The After-School Problems of the Deaf and Dumb

Key words

j. p. bourke, after-school problems, deaf and dumb, central meeting place. spiritual and religious needs

Grey Cover; Size 20.5cmHx13cmW, 24 pages

Historical information

This booklet published by John Patrick Bourke (1882-1960) challenged the leadership of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society of Victoria and its treatment of the Victorian Deaf. Bourke had lost his hearing as a young man. Before he became deaf he was educated and trained as a teacher and so had quite a different perspective of the Deaf community coming into it as a well educated adult. This book was controversial at its time of publication in 1933.

Significance

This booklet is significant as it provides an insight into the Victorian Deaf community in the 1930's and its struggle to forge an identity within a parochial environment.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Newsletter - Victorian Deaf Society Newsletter Volume 2 Number 1 February 1990

Key words

our monthly letter, deaf newsletter

29.5cmHx21cmW, 6 pages

Historical information

Newsletterof the Victorian Deaf Society

Significance

The Significance of these newsletters is in the detail of information they contain about people and activities of the Deaf community in Victoria and interstate.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Book - Certificate of Applied Social Science - Interpreting Deaf/Hearing Impaired

Key words

australian deaf sign language, interpreting, technical and further education, tafe board of victoria, auslan

29cmHx21cmW; 377 pages

Historical information

Prepared by Special Projects Unit Richmond College of TAFE - Submission for Accreditation (1985)

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Newsletter - The Gesture - The Voice of the Deaf and Dumb of Australasia July-August-September 1912

Key words

deaf newsletter, vicdeaf newsletter, australian deaf newsletter, deaf and dumb newsletter, deaf and dumb society of victoria, ernest abraham, h. sumner martin, r. j. oehr, harold kent, adult deaf lacrosse club, our monthly letter,

No. 16; Pink Cover; Size 29Hx14W; 24 pages

Historical information

"The Gesture" was an independent organ of the Deaf and Dumb having no direct connection with any single organisation. Its aim was to help all agencies established to promote the advancement of the Deaf and Dumb. The aim was to be the "Voice" of the Deaf and Dumb of Australasia". To educate the public as to the real condition and needs of the afflicted brothers and sisters, to bring prominently before the hearing and speaking community the peculiar difficulties and obstacles that Deaf Mutes have to encounter in the battle of life. The magazine was named "The Gesture" with the single object of impressing upon the minds of the hearing friends the uncontrovertable fact that whatever the system of instruction the Deaf Mute invariably resorts to the manual alphabet and the language of gesture as the only expedient means of communication with those similarly afflicted.

Significance

The "Gesture" is significant as the first national newsletter of the Australian Deaf.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Newsletter - The Victorian Deaf - Nov 1929

Key words

a. c. muir, william p. muir, w. g. marsh, ymca, john muir, armsstrong, abraham, peacock, simpson hill, hoath, thomas purves, j. stephens, a. course, f. crowther, f. garfield, g. sheahan, h.s. tainton, w. wilcox, alice graham, bessie graham, brooke nicholls, j. m. johnston, deaf women's guild, mrs moss, s. moss, t. peters, frewin, thelma stephens, lacrosse, cricket, lodavia nicholson, elsie stephens, o'callaghan, deaf worker's club, geelong, m. gibson, j. boortz, a. taylor, walter grant, byron taylor, g. edwards, reginald gilbert, mrs cross, mrs hartley, john anderson, w. moloney, a. collins, colin johns, ferguson, damman, j. hunt, c. hunt, winn, j. kenworthy, w. mcmillen, g. henry, l. sanders, m. aram, moss, j. hunt, w. rees, d. driscoll, daphne tyzzer, roy martyr, emily anderson, pat cunningham, patrick o'keefe

Vol. 25 No. 2 November 1929; Size 27cmHx21cmW; 15 pages

Historical information

Bi-Monthly News Letter - Under the auspices of the Deaf Committee of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society of Victoria

Significance

'The Victorian Deaf' Newsletter is a significant publication as an historical record giving and insight into the people, activities and events of the Deaf Community in Victoria.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Report - Accreditation of Services for Handicapped People - Feasibility Study

Key words

alan hoppel, winston churchill memorial trust, cook

Green cover, Size 30cmH21cmW, 24 pages

Historical information

Summary and Recommendations taken from Mr N. J, Cook's Churchill Fellowship Report 1980

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Annual Report - 32nd Report of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society of Victoria 1916

Key words

arthur stanley, w. h. felstead, e. r. peacock, r. j. oehr, h. l. walters, m. l. miller, john higgins, h. w. h. adeney, george brown, a. macaulay caldwell, w. a. dickins, f. e. frewin, r. h. luff, h. sumner martin, g. g. mercy, m. l. miller, j. e. muir, hugh munro, f. tudor, ernest j. d. abraham, mrs e. j. d. abraham, mrs j. boortz, r. dow, e. empson, a. graham, mrs samuel luke, mrs j. e. muir, mrs h. sumner martin, m. potter, mrs a. williamson, mrs a. wilson. w. j. craig, john cronin, john m. paul, alex williamson, adam c. muir, s. moss, m. g. b mortimer, blackburn, f. j. rose, rev f. v. pratt, deaf workers club, ramblers club, j. johnston, m. maloney, lacrosse, cricket,

Cream Cover, Size 21.5Hx13.5W, 96 pages

Historical information

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

Significance

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.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Newsletter - Voice of the People - April 2010

29.5cmHx20.5cmW, 19 pages, 4 copies in protective pocket

Historical information

Victorian Council of Deaf People (VCOD) is a non profit organisation led and managed by Deaf people through provision of advocacy and information services to strengthen community participation and quality of life for Deaf Victorians.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Annual Report - 51st Report of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society of Victoria 1935

Key words

l. a. cleveland, f. w. spry, edgar h. peacock, w. f. rowe, dr w. j. craig, dr. a. j. fargie,e. norman armstrong, e. j. l. bremner, r. dow, g. fethers, f. e. frewin, m. j. hoath,s. g. hobson,, g. w. sweetland, a. sutherland, ernest j. d. abraham, e. empson, j. m. johnston, e. johnson, m. g. b. mortimer, e. noble, v. buttacavoli, n. webb o. quinton, c. monahan, maurice mark, blackburn, cricket, lacrosse, jolimont square, deaf dramatic club, alice c. graham

Cream Cover, Size 21.5Hx13.5W, 28 pages

Historical information

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

Significance

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.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Annual Report - 45th Report of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society of Victoria 1929

Key words

e. r. peacock, norman armstrong, l. a. cleveland, j. oehr, dr w. j. craig, dr. may, a. e. atherton, g. fethers, e. l. morton, g. newnham, edgar h. peacock, f. e. frewin, r. h. luff, w. a. paterson, a. h. spencer, a. w. sutherland, j. m. johnston, m. g. b. mortimer, adam c. muir, a. e. stephens, n. webb, rev j. j. booth, blackburn, cricket, lacrosse

Green Cover, Size 21.5Hx13.5W, 38 pages

Historical information

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

Significance

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.

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Leaflet - Hearing Services provided by the National Acoustic Laboratories

Key words

national acoustic laboratories (n.a.l.) formerly commonwealth acoustic laboratories

25.5cmHx20.5cmW, 3 pages

Historical information

Produced by the National Acoustic Laboratories (N.A.L.) formerly Commonwealth Acoustic Laboratories

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Advertising Card - Cut Flowers - Deaf Mutes' Flower Farm, Blackburn

Key words

lake park, blackburn, flower farm, deaf

Size 15.5cmHx21cmW

Historical information

The Australian Deaf and Dumb Society of Victoria purchased and developed land at Blackburn Lake as a flower farm, the idea being to provide light occupation for the deaf and dumb unable to follow other regular employment, A home for aged and infirm deaf was also erected on the property.

Significance

A rare example of advertising produced by the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society of Victoria for its Flower Farm at Blackburn

Expression Australia, East Melbourne

Booklet - Adult Deaf Society of Victoria A Model Service for the Barwon Region of Victoria to Meet the Needs of People Handicapped by Deafness 23/11/74

Key words

adult deaf society of victoria,services for the deaf in barwon heads

26cmHx20.5cmW, 10 pages

Historical information

A report considering a model for delivery of services to the Deaf in the Barwon Heads Region

Expression Australia, East Melbourne