NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAF
COMMEMORATION BOOK 2 1881 – 2016
The Commemorative Book of The National Institute for the Deaf (NID) tells an unusual story of care and dedication. It started more than a century ago with two parsons who had Deaf members in their congregations, to whom they wished to communicate the Gospel, and since have touched the lives of thousands of Deaf persons and persons with hearing loss, changing their lives for the better.
To read this book is to grasp how profound the effects of deafness are, and what tremendous job is being done by the inspired staff of NID. The NID Commemoration Book covers 96 pages of striking historical photo’s and is being made available to the public at a
very special pre-publication price.
- Orders placed before 24 August R320 (regular selling price R430)
- Coffee table book format: durable en suitable for homes or reception areas.
- It portrays the proudly South-African history of Deafness
- Proceeds in aid of indigent persons with hearing disabilities