When I Am Dead
The Writings of George M. Teegarden
Publication Year: 2007
Published by: Gallaudet University Press
Title Page, Copyright
Nearly all of the stories were culled from George Teegarden’s story collection Stories, Old and New, published by the Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf in 1896. Nearly all of the poems chosen for this volume are from Teegarden’s self-published...
The Slimmest of Evidence
In the death of George M. Teegarden at Columbia Hospital last Saturday night, Wilkinsburg [Pennsylvania] lost one of her most eminent citizens. A native of Jefferson, Greene County, Mr. Teegarden with his parents moved to Iowa when he was a child. As a public school...
Part One: Stories
My Connection with and My Activities at the Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
Part Two: Poems
About the Editor
Raymond Luczak was born and raised in Ironwood, a small mining town in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Number seven in a family of nine children, he lost much of his hearing due to double pneumonia at the age of seven months. After high school graduation, Luczak...