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Online Archival Resources Guide: Disability History

A guide to archival resources available online, from the UTA Libraries as well as other institutions.

Disability History

John Newman, right, teaches Jean Marie Quirk and Sean Pevsner to use a computer to help them communicate, do school work, and enjoy other activities; 03/25/1985 (from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Collection via the UTA Libraries Digital Gallery)

Photographs

Publicly available via the UTA Libraries Digital Gallery

Oral Histories

Publicly available via the UTA Libraries

Publicly available via the New York Public Library

Digital Collections & Exhibitions

Publicly available via the UTA Libraries

Publicly available via the Museum of disABILITY History

Publicly available via the UMass Amherst Special Collections & Archives

Publicly available via the Disability History Museum

Publicly available via the University of California Berkeley's Bancroft Library

Disability History

Jim Hayes (left) and Ronnie Eaton race in a dead heat while working out at Lamar High School in Arlington, Texas, for the National Wheelchair Track Championships at Tennessee State University, 05/16/1984. Hayes served as an advocate for the disabled in higher education and Movin' Mavs wheelchair basketball coach at the University of Texas at Arlington (from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Collection via the UTA Libraries Digital Gallery)