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Document: Ewing Report – New South Wales

Report by Dr Alexander Ewing and his wife Irene Ewing, “experts” on deaf education who toured Australia in 1950 and had an influence on the uptake of oral methods of education in many places.

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Image courtesy of the National Archives of Australia. NAA: A1361, 4/15/10 PART 3
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