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"Autobiography of the prinicipal deaf before & after cochlear implant"

A review of St Vincent's School For The Deaf by Paul.A.Stepney written on Tuesday 17th of September 2013

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I,ve been trying to find the history of st vincents school for deaf & blind as I am working on the book of my life the true story of humour & terrible incident in school when I was young & start to go school age about 3yrs to 16yrs so is anybody got the old pictures of the school from 1907 & to 1917 please let me know thank you .

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