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Hello, and welcome to the NCOD Archives Center page! The NCOD is in the process of creating a digital archive of historic information pertaining to all aspects of the Deaf Community.
Our collection includes historic articles, correspondences, official letters, memos, announcements, flyers, photos, personal notes, and more. If you are interested in accessing our database and would like to search or view the various documents that we have on file, please come visit the NCOD Resource Center (on the second floor of the NCOD). These documents can only be accessed by visiting the NCOD Resource Center.
Currently, there are almost 4,000 documents in our archive. This number will continue to grow as we electronically preserve and digitize more documents. Please note that the PDF files are Text Read only; meaning you cannot copy, print, or download the PDF for personal use.
Come down for a visit and view the incredible history of the Deaf Community!
For a list of some of the topics available in the NCOD Archives
Located on the southeast end of California State University, Northridge in Jeanne M.Chisholm Hall (National Center on Deafness) Room 234