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LR, AR. School for the Deaf-1920's
Posted by: linda Madden Thompson Date: June 18, 2000 at 06:52:44
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Anyone have ancestors or family that may have attended the "School for the Deaf" in Little Rock, Arkansas for the 1920's time period. I have a few old photo's, that may be of interest to someone- if we can make a connection with them.

linda


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