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{SPEAKER name="Jack Gannon/Shirley Schultz (interpreter)"}

Sandy Ewan? Ewan. His father and Doc who we talked about yesterday and another deaf man, photographer went up to the Washington monument in 1930s.

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On the outside, not on the inside. At that time they were cleaning it. His father was, grandfather was foreman, took them up scaffold to the top.

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{SPEAKER name="Jo Radner "}
And if you want even more of that and a picture, sorry.
{SPEAKER name="Shirley Schultz"}
John [[BACKGROUND TALKING INAUDIBLE]]

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{SPEAKER name="Jo Radner"}
Excuses us. If you would like to know even more about that and see a picture of that event, you can go over to our craft sales tent and we may have a few copies of Jack's book left. You'll find the picture, I don't remember the page.

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Okay, I'd like to make a couple of announcements.
For our deaf visitors, we'd love to have you share your stories with us. If you could go over to our other tent we have a video tape crew from Gallaudet College.

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They're working to make a collection of stories by deaf people; life stories, jokes, anecdotes for the Gallaudet archives and would be glad to interview you over there at any time.

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Also, we will be having a volunteer interpreter for the deaf-blind at this festival, during the next three days if you have any friends who would like to take advantage of that service.

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So please if you have a deaf-blind friend, tell me, tell one of our staff and well get that interpreter here for them. Okay thank you all very much.

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{SPEAKER name="Jo Radner"}
Introduce your sign language teacher today, her name is Elaine Aiello and she's a professional teacher of sign language in the Washington area. She's interpreting for me now and she's also reading my lips

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