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Twenty-Eighth National Association of the Deaf Convention

A silent film shot at the twenty-eighth National Association of the Deaf Convention in San Francisco, California in 1966. Shows people at meetings, banquets, a BBQ cookout and dancing. Includes a Charlie Chaplin skit. Features Bernard Bragg in a western-setting play. The following people are shown in the film: Abe Cohen and his wife, Gallaudet President Leonard Elstad, Agnes Foret (interpreter), Ben Friedwald (receiving award), Vic Galloway, Jack Gannon, Merv Garretson, Ray L. Jones, Ralph Neesam (interpreter) Gary Olsen, David and Polly Peikoff, Al Pimentel, Bob Sanderson, Faye Wilkie (interpreter), and Boyce R. Williams.
  • Producer: DCMP
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