My Project From My Wood Classes at GSD

This is one of my projects that I made from my vocational (Wood) classes at Georgia School for the Deaf when I was in my sophomore year. Back then in 1980s, GSD required all sophomore students to take vocational classes every three weeks and I loved them! However, I could not find a few missing pieces of wooden deer that I made and it saddens me. This is why it is important to donate your memorabilia that you made when you were at school to a museum. They can keep those noteworthy things safe and in good condition, and on display for all to see. I am gonna donate my cherished project to GSD Museum. Donate yours to your school museum before it is too late! ♥️

10 percent from all purchased ASL Rose products ( will go to the National Deaf Schools Museum, and we also welcome ANY amount of donation toward the purchasing of the Primary Building (or PB for short).

Please help make a dream come true in purchasing and turning the PB into three divisions: the future National Deaf Schools Museum, a new home for GSD Museum, and also a new home for ASL Rose:


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