Voices of Old Technology - A Museum in the Making
Perspectives on Our History Through Technology
 

Our Exhibits - Archive

Zenith Laptop - circa late 1980s / click to enlarge

The mission of Voices of Old Technology - A Museum in the Making is to enhance the educational experience at Queens College through an interdisciplinary approach to the exploration of technology development.  

To accomplish this, Voices of Old Technology collects, preserves, documents, displays and interprets selected technologies and related materials.  The collection emphasizes, but is not limited to, office and educational technology. Related items collected from Queens College and other CUNY sources highlight the history of the College and the University.  The College and CUNY items and information are highlighted against a backdrop of what was going on in the broader community. 

Voices of Old Technology - A Museum in the Making is not an official museum at the College. 

Our exhibit catalogs and materials are designed for the web.  We present below for your viewing pleasure information about each of our exhibits.  

The numbered exhibits below are the major Voices of Old Technology exhibits. 

Voices... was named in Summer 2000, and has been increasingly active since then. We posted on first website as part of the College's website in July 2000, and mounted our first exhibit in January 2001,in both the Rosenthal Library Barham Rotunda  and in the 2nd floor display cases (outside of Rosenthal 230).   We now have some exhibit always running in the 2nd floor display cases, and often we have overlapping exhibits in different locations.  Although some small exhibits such as Homecoming exhibits have the same title, they always have new material.

We have also been happy to create and install exhibits
--- on campus for Homecoming, Black History Month, the Jubilee Class events at Commencement, and the Walt Whitman celebrations
--- at the Flushing Library (five exhibits so far!).
They are listed below as well.

More about Voices of Old Technology - A Museum in the Making

end of November 2007 - Spring 2008

Sign Up, Sign Here
Rosenthal Library - 2nd floor outside of the Rosenthal 230 Auditorium
Wall cases and standalone case to right of wall cases

This photo exhibit was installed in two parts, due to the planned use of the 2 wall cases during December for an Art Department exhibit.

- Sign Up - in the 2 wall cases
This part of the exhibit highlights signage as well as other SIGNS on campus and in the immediate neighborhood.

Included are "sign" related photos and other objects whose subjects fall into a variety of categories, including that they may be primarily

--- artistic in nature
--- part of a building's original architectural design
--- historic markers and identifiers
--- for identification / direction - where am I and how do I get from here to ...?
--- to clarify what to do and not to do
--- symbolic and other types of "signs"
- Sign Here - in the standalone case to the right of the wall cases - This will be the first part of the exhibit to be installed.
On December 27, 2007 we marked the 350th Anniversary of the Flushing Remonstrance, a document written and signed HERE in 1657 that is generally recognized as an important landmark in our commitment to freedom of religion.  The text of the Remonstrance will be featured,  surrounded by photos of a variety of religious institutions in the Flushing area.   Citizens of Flushing risked everything and took a stand - they signed a document that changed their world, and still influences ours.   Have we accomplished what the signers of the Remonstrance envisioned?  Have we gone beyond? Have we missed the mark?

We hope that you enjoy Sign Up, Sign Here, and that as you view it you will think about

--- how changes in technology have affected each of these areas
--- how technology makes it possible for us to do what we want to do, stay current, and have the broadest impact
--- how future technology changes can help us do it better
--- how you can help develop and implement some of those changes

 

Photos by: Syd Lefkoe, Ellen Rondot



October 2007 - April 16, 2008

Celebrating the Milestones: Queens College at 50, 60, and 70

Rosenthal Library - 2nd floor outside Rosenthal 230 Auditorium
Standalone Case to left of wall cases


Queens College, which opened in October of 1937, is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year.  This case is our "teaser" for the College's 70th Anniversary exhibit, created by Steve Barto, College Archivist.

The three showings of the College's major exhibit Celebrate 70 Years!  1937 - 2007 Queens College have been
We have been delighted to play a small part in these exhibits put on by the College's Archives. that have been listed as:

- Prepared by Stephen Barto and Kuanhua Huang, Queens College Archives
- Assisted by Sydney Lefkoe and Ellen Rondot, “Voices of Old Technology”


October 2007 - December 2007

Flushing: Views and Visions From the Past
Flushing Library / Queens Borough Public Library
Downstairs - Outside Auditorium / 3 display cases

On December 27, 2007 we mark the 350th Anniversary of the Flushing Remonstrance, a document written and signed HERE in 1657 that is generally recognized as an important landmark in our commitment to freedom of religion.

In our current exhibit, we show a variety of views of old Flushing.  Some of the buildings in them still exist.  How many do you recognize?

The commonalities of hopes, dreams, and daily life from era to era and from group to group are significant.  The hard work of owners of Mom and Pop stores, the importance of improving educational opportunities, the beauty of the town, the creativity and strength of the people, and the striving for something better are themes that transcend time, technology, race, religion, national origin.

We don’t wish to overly romanticize either the past or the present --- the stunning realities and seeming contradictions include that the Flushing of the past had inits history a strong Underground Railroad as part of the route for slaves to escape northward, as well as its own slavery of Blacks and Native Americans.



March 15, 2007 - April 30, 2007

A Woman's Place: Women and Flight
Flushing Library / Queens Borough Public Library
Downstairs - Outside Auditorium / 3 display cases

Our "Women and Flight" exhibit uses aviation and related fields to highlight that women can and do excel everywhere, and that this is not a new phenomenon.  Women have had major roles in Long Island's development as "The Cradle of Aviation."  We have tried to give a variety of images of women in this still evolving field as well as to show a wide range of ways many people contribute to the development of every field.

This exhibit opens during Women's History Month.  We hope it gives you food for thought about women as well as about everyone's contribution to helping us move ahead together.



Spring 2007 - early November 2007

Queens Kaleidoscope

Rosenthal Library - 2nd Floor Display Cases / Outside Rosenthal 230 - Auditorium

This exhibit is ***an expansion*** of one we placed in the Flushing Library in Fall 2006 - sponsored by the Queens College Library and the Queens College American Studies Program as part of a program of collaboration with the Queens Library System.

As you look through the barrel of a kaleidoscope, you can turn the wheel at the bottom and see spectacular colorful patterns that change --- each time becoming a yet even more beautiful image. 

We are fortunate to have the same kind of "kaleidoscope" of people, cultures and traditions right here in Queens.  Looking at the holidays celebrated here by people of many different religions, cultures and traditions gives a colorful and ever-changing view of where we live and work.  One of the wonderful things is how celebrations of different groups are both so similar and so different, and how different groups have shared new holidays and have added their own traditions to old holidays.

We hope our exhibit will give you some food for thought and a new perspective on our similarities and our differences.


Exhibit # 17 - Spring 2007 / Fall 2007

The Latest, The Greatest 3-in-1 Multifunction Device (circa 1949)
Barham Rotunda - Rosenthal Library
Standalone Case to right of Main Cases


This 3-in-1 multifunction device is a Sears Silvertone Wire Recorder Combination (radio, phonograph, wire recorder).  This type of device was used in some college language labs as well as in a variety of other education, office and home settings.  It was "cutting edge" technology.


November 2006 - January 11, 2006

Queens Kaleidoscope: Holidays, Celebrations and Traditions!!
Flushing Library / Queens Borough Public Library
Downstairs - Outside Auditorium / 3 display cases
*Exhibit Preview - November 2006*

As you look through the barrel of a kaleidoscope, you can turn the wheel at the bottom and see spectacular colorful patterns that change --- each time becoming a yet even more beautiful image. 

We are fortunate to have the same kind of "kaleidoscope" of people, cultures and traditions right here in Queens.  Looking at the holidays celebrated here by people of many different religions, cultures and traditions gives a colorful and ever-changing view of where we live and work.  One of the wonderful things is how celebrations of different groups are both so similar and so different, and how different groups have shared new holidays and have added their own traditions to old holidays.

We hope our coming December exhibit will give you some food for thought and a new perspective on our similarities and our differences.

Jeff Castellan, Syd Lefkoe, Ellen Rondot, and Nancy Williams


Exhibit #16 - Homecoming Day - September 30, 2006

When In Doubt, DON'T Throw It Out!
Food Court - Dining Hall as "The History Room" Another exciting and fun exhibit in an area shared with the Oral History Project and the QC Archives. Added attraction: DJs (in the real sense of the word!): Virginia Wood and Jack Verga.


Exhibit # 15 - Fall 2006

Milestone Technology Birthdays: CUNY's BITNET - and More!
Rosenthal Library - Barham Rotunda

We hear things like "50 years of... , "  "125 years since..."  and "25 years ago today..." What technology milestones are worthy of being recognized in this way? The date something new was heralded at a major event?  The day some critical piece fell into place? The year that economics or size made it practical? Or maybe the inventor's year of birth or death? Do we celebrate the anniversary of its appearance in a consumer magazine as an eagerly anticipated hot new item? Does it really matter what date we choose, as long as it helps encourage our own creativity, our appreciation of the creative process, and an interest in the details of our history? 

In this exhibit, we highlight a few of what we consider milestone technology birthdays for 2006 - primarily in the areas of educational and office technology. Some of the important events highlighted are of course related to CUNY, Queens College, and local history.  

Otis Elevator, ENIAC, UNIVAC, BITNET, the Kurzweil Reading Machine for the Blind, and the Four-Color Theorum are just a few of the milestones drawing attention in this exhibit.

One of the exhibit items emphasizes a familiar theme of Voices... - "When in Doubt, DON'T THROW IT OUT!" Christie's Auction House
listed the actual sales price of the big-ticket items at their 2005 "Origins of Cyberspace" sale.  An 8-page, typed, somewhat yellowed  proposal from 1946 on the future of networking computers --- by the two hardware experts who developed ENIAC --- sold for $ 72,000!  The caption suggests that the viewers of this exhibit might want to think twice before discounting or discarding a variety of items that may have some historical interest --- it asks "What have you tossed out?"

The section on Lewis Latimer focuses on how each invention has many descendants and cousins, and that the inventor has no way of knowing for sure how others will move ahead creatively from that invention and what other things will become possible because of it.


June 20, 2006 - August 2006

Summer - A Good Time to Explore, Discover and Enjoy Queens!!
Flushing Library / Queens Borough Public Library
Downstairs - Outside Auditorium / 3 display cases

Here's a preview of some things to do and places to see in Queens.  We have parks, beaches, gardens, historical places, colleges, and cultural institutions. There's always something interesting going on, new places to explore, and an incredible variety of ethnic celebrations and foods.  Free outdoor programs are easy to find in the Summer. Many of these places can be enjoyed year round. 

While our focus is the Flushing area, we hope this reminds you of the wide diversity of opportunities to have fun in our beautiful Borough of Queens, and encourages you to find more.  Take a mini-vacation in your own back yard!

This is our fourth exhibit in the Flushing Library.  Exhibit co-sponsored by Queens College Library and the Queens College's American Studies Program, as part of a continuing collaboration with the Flushing Library.

Jeff Castellan, Syd Lefkoe, Ellen Rondot, and Nancy Williams


Exhibit # 14 - June 2006 - Fall 2006 (extended!)

When Creativity Blossoms: Three Mini-Exhibits
1) Francisco Patino - Our American Inventor

2) Measure for Measure (exhibit preview)
3) It's Spring in Queens! (part of our Spring 2006 exhibit at the Flushing Library)
Rosenthal Library - Standalone case on right side in Barham Rotunda, and 2nd Floor Display Cases / Outside Rosenthal 230 / Auditorium
Exhibit Flyer

Three separate exhibits - or are they?

More about Francisco Patino: The College's press release about the May 18, 2006 QC event during the ABC-TV American Inventor finals is at http://www.qc.cuny.edu/nis/Releases/viewNews.php?id=205
.


June 1, 2006

QC Commencement / Jubilee Class Event
for the QC Class of 1956 - 50th Anniversary of their Graduation

Event, exhibits and lunch for the Class of 1956, after Commencement --- in coordination with the QC Oral History Project and the QC Office of Alumni Affairs and Events.


May 17, 2006 - May 26, 2006

It's Spring in Queens! Enjoy it With Us!
Flushing Library / Queens Borough Public Library
Downstairs - Outside Auditorium / 3 display cases

What a beautiful Spring! Our third exhibit at the Flushing Library, co-sponsored by Queens College Library and the Queens College's American Studies Program., as part of a continuing collaboration with the Flushing Library.  Photos by Jeff Castellan, Syd Lefkoe, and Ellen Rondot --- at Queens College, the Queens Botanical Garden, and a Greenstreets space on Union Turnpike.

February 2006 - April 2006

This Little Light of Mine...
I'm Gonna Let it Shine
Flushing Library / Queens Borough Public Library
Downstairs - Outside Auditorium / 3 display cases
American Studies Program web page about this exhibit

We were pleased to bring a second exhibit to the Flushing Library. Exhibit co-sponsored by Queens College Library, Queens College's American Studies Program, and the Queens College Office of Events, as part of a continuing collaboration with the Flushing Library..

December 2005 - January 12, 2006

Did You Know I was Your Neighbor?
Flushing Library / Queens Borough Public Library
Downstairs - Outside Auditorium / Two Walls and 3 display cases
American Studies Program web page about this exhibit
QC Webzine - Spring 2006, page 8 - photo and clip
  about the exhibit

We were pleased to bring an enhanced / expanded exhibit on Walt Whitman in Queens to the Flushing Library in December 2005.  It was a follow up to the Walt Whitman Garden dedication at the College in July 2005 (see entry for this exhibit a few items below).  Exhibit co-sponsored by Queens College Library, Queens College's American Studies Program, and the Queens College Office of Events, as part of a continuing collaboration with the Flushing Library..


Exhibit #13 - Homecoming Day - October 1, 2005

When In Doubt, DON'T Throw It Out!
Food Court - Dining Hall as "The History Room"

Another exciting and fun exhibit in an area shared with the Oral History Project and the QC Archives. Added attraction: DJs (in the real sense of the word!): Virginia Wood and Jack Verga.


Exhibit #12 - Fall 2005 - Spring 2006

That Music We Just Can't Forget
Rosenthal Library - Standalone case on right side in Barham Rotunda, and 2nd Floor Display Cases / Outside Rosenthal 230 / Auditorium

For many of us, our favorite music is the music we grew up with - the music itself, the artists, the special quality of the instruments and devices that played it, and the related defining / important moments of our lives.  The distinctive sound of … (whatever it was) just can't be beat!

In this exhibit, we share images of different generations enjoying their music.  Many of these images are from our yearbook - the QC Silhouette - through the College's history.  We highlight some of the instruments and devices, as well as some of the people who made the difference --- many of them with ties to Queens College and the Borough of Queens.

Exhibit Catalog on the web (in progress)

Selected Publicity
PageDown - Rosenthal Library newsletter -Spring 2006 - page 3 - http://qcpages.qc.cuny.edu/Library/pagedown/PD_11_1_Spring06.pdf


July 14, 2005

As part of the Walt Whitman Garden dedication at the entrance to the parking lot near the Student Union, we were pleased to assist in the preparation and mounting of the exhibit in the SU Corner Bistro that accompanied the program.


June 2, 2005

QC Commencement / Jubilee Class Event
for the QC Class of 1955 - 50th Anniversary of their Graduation

Event, exhibits and lunch for the Class of 1955,  after Commencement --- in coordination with the QC Oral History Project and the QC Office of Alumni Affairs and Events.


Spring / Summer 2005 - Black History: Local Stories of Struggles, Accomplishments, and Contrasts

As part of Black History Month, we were pleased to prepare and mount one of the Black History Month exhibits, in the cases we usually use for our Voices of Old Technology exhibits. This exhibit remained throughout the Spring and Summer.  See the QC February 2005 Black History Month Website

PageDown Rosenthal Library Newsletter - Spring 2005 - page 6, 8


Exhibit #11 - Homecoming Day - October 2, 2004

When In Doubt, DON'T Throw It Out!
BYOL Club - Dining Hall
as "The History Room"

An exciting and fun exhibit in an area shared with the Oral History Project and the QC Archives. Added attraction: DJs (in the real sense of the word!): Virginia Wood and Jack Verga.


Exhibit #10 - Fall 2004

Queens In Flight - From Balloons to Seaplanes to Space Shuttles
Rosenthal Library - Barham Rotunda and 2nd Floor Display Cases / Outside Rosenthal 230 / Auditorium
Fall 2004

Exhibit Catalog on the Web (in progress)

Pick a field – any field - and you’ll find many landmark dates and exciting times in technology development and education, with Queens College and Queens people heavily involved.

“Queens in Flight…” amplifies the VOICES and FACES of local aviation history by highlighting stories of creativity, technology development and the lure and excitement of flight.  This latest exhibit by “Voices of Old Technology – A Museum in the Making” shares:
We hope this exhibit helps you rediscover some of that childhood joy and wonder as you see and hear the ever-changing patterns of flight over campus. 
 
It is especially fitting that this exhibit is at QC and is in the Benjamin Rosenthal Library, which was named in memory of Queens Congressman Benjamin Rosenthal.  Among Congressman Rosenthal’s focal interests were airport safety and the reduction of aviation-related noise levels in the community.

Selected Publicity/Reviews:
PageDown Rosenthal Library Newsletter - Fall 2004, page 2.   [ PDF Version ][Text version ]
FYI Faculty Staff Newsletter - October 2004 - page 8  [ PDF Version ][Text Version]



June 3, 2004

QC Commencement / Jubilee Class Event
for the QC Class of 1954 - 50th Anniversary of their Graduation

Event, exhibits and lunch for the Class of 1954, after Commencement --- in coordination with the QC Oral History Project and the QC Office of Alumni Affairs and Events.


Exhibit #9 - May 2004 through mid-September 2004

Travel in Time and Space: Reflections on International Museum Day
Rosenthal Library - 2nd floor Display Cases --- Outside Rosenthal 230 / Auditorium
Mid-May 2004 through Mid-September 2004

The Zenith Laptop at the top of this web page above is circa late 1980s, and was used at the College.  It is part of this exhibit.

Exhibit Catalog on the Web

Forget for the moment whatever "museum" means to you - especially if it means musty, dark and dull.  Wherever you go, if you pay attention, look around, and keep your eyes open, you will be delighted by a sometimes surprising array of wondrous artistic and historic items - not always in a formal museum - to appreciate and understand!  This exhibit looks at selected museums, galleries, collections and displays on and off campus. Some very pleasant museum surprises may be related to an exhibit topic that goes beyond what we expect at a specific museum. 


Exhibit #8

Creativity and "Point-and-Shoot" Photography
Rosenthal Library - 2nd floor Display Cases --- Outside of Rosenthal 230 / Auditorium

January 29, 2004 - March 5, 2004 *** EXTENDED THROUGH MID-MAY ***

Featuring selected circa 1940s technology used at the college, as well as photographs by Ellen Rondot, Jeff Castellan, and Syd Lefkoe.

Exhibit Catalog on the Web (photos by Syd Lefkoe and Ellen Rondot)
Exhibit Flier - PDF Format / HTML Format


Exhibit #7

Perspectives on Our History --- Through Technology
When In Doubt, DON'T Throw It Out!

Homecoming Day, October 4, 2003
Patio Room Area - Food Court  as "The History Room"

An exciting and fun exhibit in an area shared with the Oral History Project and the QC Archives. Added attraction: DJs (in the real sense of the word!): Virginia Wood and Jack Verga.

Selected Publicity / Reviews:
Pictures of the History Room - from the Alumni Affairs Web Site (photos by Nancy Bareis)


Exhibit #6

Perspectives on Our History --- Through Technology
Inquiring Fingers, Inquiring Minds

Rosenthal Library - Barham Rotunda and 2nd floor Display Cases
September 22 - November 26, 2003

*** On October 20th, the upstairs portion of the exhibit closed, and the remaining exhibit continued outside the RO 230 Auditorium.

Exhibit Catalog on the Web (photos by Syd Lefkoe and Judy Chiang)

We wouldn't put this discarded old metal Queens College fan (displayed in the exhibit) in our office waiting rooms today.  The wide openings and metal blades could easily hurt inquiring little fingers.  New designs protect those fingers.

But should we try to "protect" inquiring minds?  And how do we help students discover their creative potential?  There has long been a tension between a perceived need to protect our freedom by curtailing it, and the importance of encouraging learning, questioning and creativity.  We hope to highlight this tension in our exhibit, and to encourage discussion.

Selected Publicity
FYI Faculty Staff Newsletter
- November 2003 -page 4 - http://www.qc.cuny.edu/nis/newsletter_archive/fyi/FYI_November03.pdf


Exhibit #5

Perspectives on Our History --- Through Technology
Photography Sidebar

Rosenthal Library - Barham Rotunda, Side Case, May - August 2003

Exhibit Overview:

Beyond the Device: Photography

Society moves ahead when each of us is creative in what we do.  When we are not merely passive technology users, technology can help to feed this process.  We see some of the themes common to technology change as we begin to look at photography and cameras.

The photographer wants the equipment to permit flexibility as well as control over various aspects of the image as it will appear, and selects equipment that will be right for a specific type of photography.  As technology develops, it has permitted this in ways that may seem comical to us today.  Note the instructions in this exhibit case for new 1920s era flash photography, describing how to use a match with a flash sheet to set off the flash.

Sigismund Blumann describes photography as art in his book Enlarging Manual (Photoart Publisher, San Francisco, 1940):

…Another premise upon which the spirit of this book is built is that photography may be made a means of producing exemplars of Fine Art.  That the camera shall not be limited to making reproductions of facts but may be used to express poesy and imagination…


May 29, 2003

QC Commencement / Jubilee Class Event
for the QC Class of 1953 - 50th Anniversary of their Graduation

Event, exhibits and lunch after for the Class of 1955, Commencement --- in coordination with the QC Oral History Project and the QC Office of Alumni Affairs and Events.

Exhibit #4

Perspectives on Our History --- Through Technology
Bing Crosby Sidebar

Rosenthal Library - Barham Rotunda, Side Case, March - April, 2003

Exhibit Overview:

Creativity and Change: Bing Crosby

Society moves ahead when each of us is creative in what we do.  When we are not merely passive technology users, technology can help to feed this process.  We see some of the themes common to technology change as we begin to look at the career of Bing Crosby:

· Bing Crosby played a significant role in supporting development of technology that would meet his needs;
· he found ways to exploit new technologies through his art;
· his fans continue to add new formats of his work to their collections, in order to enjoy them on new devices designed to enhance his work.

Exhibit #3

Perspectives on Our History --- Through Technology

When:  January 27 - March 4, 2003
Where:  Rosenthal Library Rotunda and 2nd floor Display Cases

Special One-Day Bonus Exhibit: February 10, 2003
Rosenthal Library Barham Rotunda, in front of the exhibit cases

Downstairs Cases only: Continued thru August 2003

See the Exhibit PLUS the Bonus Exhibit (links to publicity included)

Selected Publicity and Reviews:
PageDown Rosenthal Library Newsletter - Spring 2003, page 3.
[ PDF Version ][Text version ]

FYI Faculty Staff Newsletter - Spring 2003 - page 2
[PDF version ][ Text version ]


Exhibit #2

Perspectives on Our History --- Through Technology
In a Different Light

When:  Alumni Day - October 5, 2002, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Where:  BYOL Club - in the Dining Hall

An exciting and fun exhibit "Perspectives on Our History --- Through Technology," highlighting some pre-computer educational and office technology, as well as "Short Takes" on a variety of other topics. Added attraction: DJs (in the real sense of the word!): Virginia Wood and Jack Verga.

Selected Publicity/Reviews:
Picture From the Alumni Affairs Web Site (photos by Nancy Bareis)


Exhibit #1

The Voices of Old Technology: A Museum In the Making

When:  January 29, 2001 through March 16, 2001 - EXTENDED through March 23, 2001
Where:  Rosenthal Library Rotunda and 2nd Floor Display Cases

Reception: Thursday, February 1, 2001   from 3 pm - 6 pm;  Rosenthal Library Rotunda

Panel plus Reception: Edison, Gates and You (What's So Funny?) - A Panel Presentation on Creativity and Invention
Wednesday, March 21, 2001 at 4:00 pm; Rosenthal Library Auditorium

Selected Pictures,Publicity and Reviews:
Picture of Two of the Upstairs Panels - and The Tech Muse
PageDown Rosenthal Library Newsletter - Spring 2001[jpg version][Text version]
FYI Faculty Staff Newsletter - Spring 2001 - page 2 column 1[PDF version ][ Text version]
 




Voices of Old Technology - A Museum in the Making
 
 Y2K Bug Stuffed Animal

Curator: Syd Lefkoe
Member, Society for the History of Technology (SHOT)
Member, Oral History Association

Curatorial and Aquisitions Assistance by:
Jeff Castellan, Ellen Rondot, Nancy Williams

Our "Museum in the Making" is not an official museum of the College.
Still in the "startup" stage, it is a
Member, American Association of Museums (AAM)

Photos by Syd Lefkoe unless otherwise attributed

Technology and Web Accessibility for People with Disabilities
CUNY's Statement on Accessibility
Web Site of the CUNY University Faculty Senate Committee on Disabilities Issues

Bobby WorldWide Approved 508

© copyright 2004 by Syd Lefkoe


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