Bjorlee, Ignatius, editor. (1937, April). George William Veditz. The Maryland Bulletin, 57 (7), 121-126. http://www.msd.edu/mdb/v057i7_1937_april.pdf *
On the death of Mr. George W. Veditz. (1937, March 19). The Colorado Index, pgs. 8-9. ColoradoIndexDeath
George W. Veditz Dies at Age of 75. (1937, March 13). Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph.
Obit for George Veditz from The Buff and Blue (1937, March 30), 45 (12).http://archive.org/stream/gu_buffandblue19361008/gu_buffandblue19361008_djvu.txt
Padden, C. (2004). Translating Veditz. Sign Language Studies, 4 (3). 244-260. http://communication.ucsd.edu/_files/Translating%20Veditz.pdf
Newman, L. R. (2006). Sands of Time: NAD Presidents (Veditz, 1904-1910). Silver Springs MD: National Association of the Deaf.sands-veditz
Stull, L. (2008, Fall) “George William Veditz, MSD’s Famous Alumnus” The Maryland Bulletin, 30-31. http://www.msd.edu/mdb/v129i1_08_fall.pdf scroll down to Page 30 – 31. *
TIDBITS about George Veditz
Padden, Kami Hye-Mee. (2000-2001, Winter). Mary Manning Ijams. The Maryland Bulletin, 122 (2), 16-17. http://www.msd.edu/mdb/v121i2_0001_win.pdf Tidbit about the first Deaf student/first Deaf teacher at MSD (Mary “Mollie” Ijams) and George W. Veditz.
A story about Mary (Mollie ) Ijams first student and first Deaf teacher at MSD:
“In 1875, a new fourteen year old boy was put in Mollie’s class of beginners.She thought the boy was too bright to be in her class so she told Mr. Ely (the supt) to put him in a higher class. Mr. Ely agreed to do so. Mollie was right after all because that particular boy received the highest grades upon graduation. He then went to Gallaudet University and returned to MSD as the school’s first full-time vocational teacher. His name was George W. Veditz.” (p.17)
below from (1914, November) Silent Worker, 27, (2), p. 30.
from (1894, April 17) Buff and Blue, Vol 2 (5), pg. 73
(right from the Maryland Bulletin, May 1926)
Below from Alumni Notes. (1937, June) Rochester Advocate, 57, pg. 4.
*Many thanks to Linda Stull at the Maryland School for the Deaf for permission to use these articles from the Maryland Bulletin.