This is the author's hometown.
This is the college that Lou Ann transferred to at the start of her junior year.
This is a machine that prints out phone messages so that the deaf can use the phone.
Qualifications Day at the Indy-500, 1951
This was where Lou Ann's father proposed to her mother.
Baby Cry Box
This is a device designed to alert deaf parents to the fact that their baby is crying.
This was the informal name Lou Ann gave to a collection of groups for the deaf.
Ball State University
This is the first college Lou Ann attended.
New York City
This is where Lou Ann moved after graduating from college.
This is the phrase Lou Ann used to describe her identity crisis.
This is how some research has determined that deaf people think.
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