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Maryland School for the Deaf 
Maryland School for the Deaf, a view of Ely Building for both Middle School and High School, Oct 19 2012.jpeg
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  • 1868
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39° 24′ 32.4″ N, 77° 24′ 36″ W
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Maryland School for the Deaf (en); Maryland School for the Deaf (fr) high school in Maryland, Verenigde Staten van Amerika (nl)
English: Maryland School for the Deaf (MSD), formerly Maryland Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, a public school in Maryland (USA) for deaf and hard-of-hearing students. It was established in 1868 in Frederick, Frederick County, and also has a campus opened in 1973 in Columbia in Howard County. Former names for this school include Asylum for Deaf & Dumb Mutes of the State of Maryland (1868–1880), Maryland School for the Deaf & Dumb (1880–1916), and Maryland State School for the Deaf (1916–1958).


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