Deaf employees training with the Visual Display Terminal

A color photograph of a small group of people sat at a long table, each with their own large, boxed computer monitor and keyboard with a mouse. On the closest end of the table is a fair skinned middle-aged woman; next to her are two fair-skinned middle-aged men; the other end of the table sits another fair-skinned middle-aged woman. All individuals are focused on typing on the computer.

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Deaf employees training with the Visual Display Terminal


Deaf employees, Bonnie Burney, Bob Zekas, Tom Zaremkba, and Janie Golightly, seated at computers for the typesetting training on video display terminals.


The transition to computing in printing introduced new technologies to the workspaces at The Washington Post.


James Buemi


James Buemi Collection


circa 1977-1980


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James Buemi, “Deaf employees training with the Visual Display Terminal,” DeafPrinters, accessed May 19, 2024,

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