Historical Sign Language Database
Georgetown University
February 20, 2024

Signer: Hotchkiss, John B. (1913)
Title of film: Memories of Old Hartford
Number of segments: 73
ASL English Segment URL
pose:bow 2P-IX-PL(lt,rt,ctr) DEAF pose:nod SAME-AS-1P++(rt-to-lt)You are deaf, so am I. (I am, like each of you, deaf.)1hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=1
MAYBE 2P-IX-PL(arc,rt-to-lt) APPRECIATE KNOW WHO DET-IX(-to-X) AGENT.Perhaps you would like to know (more about) who I am (and why I am here).2hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=2
THAT(1h,rt) N-A-D GIVE(rf,-to-lt) HONOR(-to-lt,bow) PICK-FROM(-from-lt) FOR STORY DISTRIBUTE.The National Association of the Deaf has honored me by selecting me to speak to you this evening.3hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=3
1P-POSS FIRST~MOST SHOW-1P HONOR(1h) THINK~SUPERIOR 1P-IX OLD(2h), 1P-IX RELATED WITH(rf) OLD(2h) MOST SCHOOL FOR DEAF THAT(1h) pn:GALLAUDET ESTABLISH IN pn:HARTFORD fs:CONN LONG PAST NEAR ONE-HALF A C-E-N-T-U-R-YThey have honored me in this way primarily because I am quite old and have been associated with the oldest school for the deaf which was founded by Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet in Hartford, Connecticut a very long time ago, almost half a century ago.4hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=4
AND DURING 1P-IX RELATED THAT(lc) SCHOOL(lc) 1P-IX MINGLE(lc) SEE(-to-lt) GET~LEARN FROM SEVERAL(l-hand)/IX(r-hand)) MOST+(lt-to-rt) TEACH~AGENT 3P-POSS(lt) DEAFDuring my affiliation with the school, I associated with, saw, and gained wisdom from several of the foremost teachers of the deaf.5hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=5
AMONG CLASS(po_up) 2P-IX-PL(arc) ALL KNOW L-A-U-R-E-N-T C-L-E-R-CAmong them is one you surely know, Laurent Clerc.6hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=6
THAT(1h)MALE LIVE AGO++ LEAVE-FROM(rt) HOME pn:FRANCE(rt) WITH(rt-to-lt) pn:GALLAUDET FOR HELP(lc) ESTABLISH(lc) THAT(1h,lt) FIRST SCHOOL(lc)This man lived long ago and left his home in France accompanying Thomas Gallaudet here to help establish that first school.7hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=7
TRUE DURING 1P-IX IN SCHOOL(lc) cl-d:B(small-height), THAT(1h,lc) MALE pn:CLERC C-L-E-R-C NEGATIVE TEACH(-to-lt)During the time I was at the school, Clerc did not teach.8hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=8
3P-SELF(rt) END~LEAVE~REST YEAR TWO BEFORE 1P-IX+ GO-TO(-to-lt) ENTER(-to-lt) THAT(1h,-to-lc) SCHOOL(lc)He had retired two years before I entered the school.9hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=9
BUT 3P-SELF(lc) LIVE IN ONE BEAUTIFUL HOUSE(rc) PLEASANT NEAR++ SCHOOL AND DET-IX-PL(X-to-arc-to-X) MALE~FEMALE~CHILDREN+(-to-rt) cl-trace:1tip(path-to-rt,go) CITY(rt) cl-trace:1tip(path-to-1P,go) SEE AND MEET AND TALK AGAIN+++But he lived in one of the beautiful and pleasant residences near the school, and we children would often see him on the way to the city and visit and talk with him.10hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=10
3P-SELF SOMETIMES GO-TO(-to-lt) VISIT(lt) SCHOOL(lt)At other times, he would visit our school.11hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=11
1P-IX+ HAVE VERY CLEAR cl-d-trace:X(profile) IN 1P-POSS MIND MALE THAT(1h,rc) SHAPEI have a very vivid memory of his appearance.12hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=12
OLD(2h) cl-d:B(medium-height) MEDIUM WHITE HAIR cl-d:OxOx-to-AA(mustache)He was very old, of medium height, with white hair and a moustache.13hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=13
FACE SHAVE(dn)++ NEATHis face was clean shaven.14hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=14
cl:1(bent-over) WITH OLD(2h) BUT BODY~STRONG AND SHAPE(rc) SHOW THAT(1h) BEAUTIFUL DURING YOUNG AGO++He was stooped with age, but he was physically strong and one could see by his appearance that he had been handsome in his youth.15hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=15
3P-SELF(rt) WALK cl-trace:1(winding-path,-to-lt) WITH cl-i:Xx++++(walk-with-cane)He always walked with a cane.16hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=16
THAT(1h,rt) WOOD cl-d:CC(long-thin-cylinder) cl-i:Xx+++(cane) HELP(-to-rt) IN TWO WAY(lt) WAY(rt)The cane served two purposes.17hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=17
FIRST, LEAD 3P-POSS(rt) WALK+ SECOND OFTEN HELP(-to-rt) cl-d:CC(cane) SUMMONS LOOK-AT-1P MALE~FEMALE~CHILDREN CARELESS cl-i:Xx+(poke), cl-i:Xx(hit)First, it guided his steps; and second, he used it to get the boys' attention by poking or swatting them with it.18hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=18
3P-SELF(rt) cl-d:55-to-AA(long-to-floor,coat) BLACK cl-d:FF++++(buttons-dn-front-double-breasted) WITH cl-d:XX(hat-brim) cl-d:11(hat-height), cl-d:B(round-top-of-head) BLACK DET-IX-PL(-to-X) MALE~cl-d:B(small-height) NAMED(-to-rt) S-T-O-V-E-P-I-P-E H-A-THe wore a long coat with black buttons down the front and a black stovepipe hat.19hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=19
ONCE 1P-IX KNOW~STAY 3P-SELF(rt) pn:CLERC GOING(-to-lt) ENTER(lt) INSTITUTE(lt) STAND STORY DISTRIBUTE DEAF ABOUT WORTH IMPORTANT 3P-IX-PL KEEP READ WRITE+ ARRANGE++(ctr-to-rt) 3P-POSS WORD ALRIGHTOnce, I remember, Clerc came to our school to lecture about the importance of reading and writing correctly ordered English sentences.20hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=20
3P-SELF(lt) CHOOSE TWO SENTENCETo demonstrate this, he chose (to compare) two sentences.21hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=21
FIRST, W-E L-I-V-E T-O E-A-T(l-hand) AND OTHER, W-E E-A-T T-O L-I-V-E(r-hand)First, "We live to eat" and second "We eat to live."22hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=22
AND IN THAT(1h) 3P-IX-DUAL+(rc) 3P-SELF(rc) TRY THROUGH SIGN LARGE BEAUTIFUL SOME+ LONG BUT EXACT CLEARHe signed these sentences in a grand, beautiful, somewhat lengthy, but perfectly clear style;23hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=23
GIVE DET-IX-PL(X-to-arc) CHILDREN UNDERSTAND HOW BIG CHANGE(exp) IN UNDERSTAND DISTRIBUTE TWO DET-IX-DUAL SENTENCE ABOUT WORD L-I-V-E(lc) AND E-A-T(rc) cl:L:L:(exchange-words)So that we children would understand the vast difference between those sentences based on the transposition of two simple words: live and eat.24hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=24
3P-SELF(rc) SIGN:He translated them like this:(The translation for the first sentence was:)25hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=25
1P-IX-PL(1P-to-arc-to-1P) LIVE THINK~GOAL++ EAT+++(2h-alt)Each of us can live with our only goal a banquet.26hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=26
NEGATIVEBut this is not so, he said.27hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=27
1P-IX-PL(1P-to-arc-to-1P) LIVE FOR BETTER~MOST THING THAN THAT(1h,lt)We should live for much more than just that.28hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=28
BUT TRUE 1P-IX-PL(1P-to-3P-to-3P) EAT++(2h-alt) FOR GET~STRONG SO-AS 1P-IX-PL CAN DO LIVE GOOD(2h)However, (and this was the translation of the second sentence) it is true that each of us must eat to keep our bodies in order that we may act to do good.29hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=29
OTHER TIME-PERIOD pn:CLERC 3P-SELF(rc) SUMMONS(lc) MALE~cl-d:B(small-height,lt) GOING PASS(-to-rt) HOUSE ASK(rc) 2P-IX APPRECIATE++ TELL(-to-rt) STEWARD++ S-T-E-W-A-R-D(l-hand) OVER-ALL INSTITUTE(l-hand) TELL(-to-rt) COMMAND GO(rt-to-lt) WOOD BRING(rt-to-lt) 1P-IXAnother time, Clerc called out to a boy as he was passing the house and asked him to have the steward bring wood to his home.30hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=30
MALE~cl-d:B(small-height) APPRECIATE pose:nod(-from-rt) GO-AWAY(l-hand,-to-lt)The boy said he would be pleased to do so and went on his way.31hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=31
BUT THAT(1h) MALE~cl-d:B(small-height) FORGET THINKING ABOUT PLAY++(lt-to-rt) FORGET~GONE TELL(-to-rt) STEWARD++ AND pn:CLERC GET DET-IX(rt) WOOD gs:NOTHINGThe boy went off to play and forgot all about telling the steward, so Clerc did not get the wood.32hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=32
TOMORROW~2-3 DET-IX(rt) pn:CLERC MEET(-to-lt) THAT(rf) MALE~cl-d:B(small-height,lt) AGAINA few days later, Clerc again met up with this boy.33hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=33
3P-SELF(rt) cl-i:Xx+(walk-with-cane) cl-i:Xx(tap-boy) cl-i:SS(grab-3P-lapel) cl-i:SS(grab-1P-jacket-lapel) cl-i:SS(grab-3P-lapel)He hit the boy with his cane, grabbed him by the shoulders and said,34hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=34
2P-IX, 1P-IX, 2P-IX, 1P-IX ASK(-to-lt) 2P-IX APPRECIATE+ TELL(-to-rt) STEWARD+BRING(rt-to-ctr) WOOD 2P-IX pose:nod++(-to-rt) GO-AWAY(-to-lt) FORGET~GONE gs:DARN-IT FORGET"You! I asked you to tell the steward to bring me wood, and you replied35hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=35
SNUB cl-i:Xx++(with-cane) GONE-AWAY(-to-rt)And then he walked off.36hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=36
TOMORROW++ MEET(-to-lc) THAT(1h) MALE TELL(-to-lt) SAME gs:DARN-IT DET-IX+(lt) MALE FORGETEvery day after that, when he would see the boy, he would say, "Darn it! You forgot."37hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=37
SNUB GO-AWAY(-to-rt)Then he would go away.38hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=38
TO LAST DET-IX(lt) MALE~cl-d:B(small-height) TROUBLE TIRED cl-i:1(prodding-1P)Finally, the boy became tired of being in trouble,39hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=39
DECIDE GOING(-to-rt) MEET(-to-rt) ASK(rt) FORGIVE+ FOR 1P-POSS FORGETSo he approached Clerc and said, "Please forgive my forgetfulness."40hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=40
QUICK pn:CLERC FACE SMILE CLEAR, gs:OH-WELL ALRIGHT FORGIVE(-to-lt), FORGIVE(-to-lt) gs:OH-WELL!Immediately Clerc smiled, his face brightened and he proclaimed, "you are forgiven. You are forgiven."41hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=41
bs:rt GOING GO-AWAY(-to-rt)And he walked away.42hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=42
bs:ctr OTHER TIME-PERIOD pn:CLERC GOING PASS STAND LOOK-AT(1h,up,lt) cl-d:BB(statue,lt) DEAF ALL-OVER pn:AMERICA ESTABLISH FOR HONOR(1h,lt) pn:GALLAUDETAnother time, Clerc was looking at the statue that deaf people from all over America had erected in honor of Thomas Galladet.43hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=43
THAT(1h,lt) STATUE 3P-IX-PL(ctr) MONEY~PAY(2h-alt) MONTH-2~3-several++ UP-TILL-NOW FOR MAKE SCULPT cl:BB(scrape-clean) CHANGE EXACT AGAINThat is the statue toward whose restoration you have contributed for the last several months.44hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=44
pn:CLERC LOOK-AT(1h,circ,-to-lt) DURING MALE~cl-d:B(small-height) SEVERAL GO-TO(lt-to-rt) LOOK-AT(1h, -to-rt)Clerc was gazing at that statue when a young boy came up to him and said,45hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=45
gs:HEY!(rt) FUTURE STATUE ESTABLISH FOR 2P-IX(rt) FUTURE"In the future, we will have a statue erected to honor you."46hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=46
DET-THUMB(-to-rt) pn:CLERC gs:OH-WELL DONT-KNOW gs:SHRUG MAYBEClerc said, "Well, I do not know. Perhaps."47hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=47
gs:HMM cl-trace:1(path,-to-rt) 2P-POSS STATUE ESTABLISH WHEREThe boy asked him, "Where would you like your statue to stand?"48hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=48
pn:CLERC gs:WELL-NOW 1P-HON DONT-KNOW BUT 1P-IX APPRECIATE THERE(rt) BESIDE pn:GALLAUDET(l-hand) THERE(lt,l-hand) BESIDE.Clerc replied, "Well, I do not know, but I would like to be across from Gallaudet.49hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=49
1P-IX 3P-POSS(lt) WITH FRIEND DURING LIVE WANT BESIDE WITH IN DIE~BURYWe were constant friends in life and I would like to be near him in death."50hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=50
AND TRUE YEAR SEVERAL FUTURE DEAF ALL-OVER MONEY~PAY(2h-alt) THREE~THOUSAND DOLLAR BUILD STATUE NEAT WITH cl-d-trace:X(profile) IN B-R-O-N-Z-E 3P-POSS(rt) pn:CLERC ESTABLISH(rt) THAT(1h,rt) AREA 3P-SELF AGO PICK-FROM(-from-rt)And indeed, several years later, three thousand dollars was collected from deaf people all over America to build a beautiful bronze statue of Clerc.51hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=51
FROM-THEN-ON 1P-IX LEAVE-FROM(-from-lt) SCHOOL SEE LITTLE-BIT pn:CLERCAfter I left the school, I saw very little of Clerc.52hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=52
BUT 1P-IX HAVE MUCH APPRECIATE IN SEE++(lt-to-rt) AND MINGLE WITH OTHER+ TEACH~AGENTBut I gained much pleasure from seeing and being around other teachers.53hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=53
EVERY++ TEACH~AGENT DEAF SPEAK IN THAT(1h) SCHOOL SIGN CLEAR BEAUTIFULEach teacher, whether deaf or hearing, signed clearly and beautifully;54hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=54
THINK~SUPERIOR EVERY+++ DEAF SPEAK MALE NEED gs:ORDERED-TO-GO(rt-to-lt) GOING(-to-lt) pn:CLERC C-L-E-R-C AND MONEY GIVE(-to-lt) FOR 3P-POSS(lt) TEACH(-to-rt) SO-AS ALL GET UNDERSTAND 3P-POSS(lt) SPIRIT SIGNbecause each one, whether deaf or hearing, was required to go to Clerc and pay Clerc to teach the sign language to them so that they would embody the spirit of signing.55hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=55
AMONG CLASS TWO MOST THAN OTHER FIRST(2h) D-R T-U-R-N-E-R OVER-ALL SCHOOL, SECOND(2h) M-R B-A-R-T-L-E-T-T pn:BARTLETT Of the teachers, two were superior to the others. One was Mr. Turner, the principal of the school, and the other, Mr. Bartlett.56hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=56
3P-IX-DUAL TRUE SAME DRAMA~AGENT AND(rf) DISTRIBUTE MUCH APPRECIATE TO CHILDRENThey were like actors and provided great entertainment for the children.57hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=57
SO-AS CHILDREN APPRECIATE~MOST LOSE(rt) 3P-POSS(lc-to-lt) EAT THAN LOSE(lt) SEE(-to-lt) THAT(1h,lt) MALE TWO 3P-POSS(lt) PREACH++ ALL-AFTERNOON SUNDAY DAYSo much so that the children would rather miss dinner than their sermons on Sunday evenings.58hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=58
1P-IX APPRECIATE DISTRIBUTE SHOW SEVERAL(2h) 3P-POSS-DUAL(lt) STORY BUT HAVE NEGATIVE TIME-PERIODI would love to perform some of their sermons, but since I have little time,59hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=59
1P-IX PICK-FROM(-from-rt) ONE BY pn:BARTLETT M-R B-A-R-T-L-E-T-T STORY THAT++(2h) OLD(2h) AND EASY ARRANGE STORY ABOUT pn:JESUS 3P-POSS(lt) CRUCIFY DIE ONE DAY E-A-S-T-E-R DAY SUNDAYI have selected a homily of Mr. Bartlett's about the crucifixion of Christ and Easter Sunday.60hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=60
SAY, pn:JESUS cl-i:S//B(spike-in-lt-hand), cl-i:S//B(spike-in-rt-hand) gs:HANG-ON-CROSS DIE(2h)Christ, crucified, hung on the cross.61hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=61
3P-POSS(lt) FRIEND ALL SAD CRY(2h-alt) His disciples mourned and cried.62hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=62
THINKING 3P-POSS(lt) pn:JESUS LIVE FAIL 3P-POSS(lt) DO WORTH~NOTHING ALL~WIPE-AWAY pose:grieving(hand-on-head)They thought the life of Christ had been a failure; His deeds come to naught, destroyed.63hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=63
HEAVEN~THERE(up_rt) ANGEL SING GIVE(up_rt) GOD SEE(l-hand,lt) pn:JESUS(lt) DIE(1h,l-hand,lt), SAD STOP SING CRY(1h)In heaven the angels sang in praise to God until they saw Christ's death, then became silent, mourned, and wept.64hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=64
D-A-V-I-D DET-IX(up_rt) gs:STRUM-HARP GIVE(up_rt) GOD SING, SEE(l-hand,lt) pn:JESUS DIE(2h), gs:STRUM-HARP STOP gs:HOLD-HARP David strummed his harp in praise to God, until he saw Christ's death, and played no more.65hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=65
BUT DEVIL+++ SEE(-to-lt) pn:JESUS(lt) DIE(1h,l-hand,lt), pose:hands-in-air HAPPY pose:stomping-and-wringing-hands NOW 1P-IX CAN TAKE(2h,-to-lc)~ALL-OVER(lc) ALL(exp) EARTH(lc) TRUE(int)But Satan saw Christ's death, and rejoicing, began to plot. "Now I will rule the earth," he said.66hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=66
BUT DAY+ THREE PASS END pn:JESUS 3P-SELF(lt) WAKE LIVE AGAINBut after three days passed, Christ rose and lived again.67hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=67
HEAVEN(up) THERE(up) ANGEL SEE(l-hand,lt) LIVE, gs:WONDERFUL HAPPY SING+++ MORE(int) ENTHUSIASTICIn heaven the angels saw Christ rise -rejoicing, they sang with greater voice than before.68hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=68
D-A-V-I-D gs:HOLD-HARP SEE(-to-lt) pn:JESUS GET-UP, gs:STRUM-HARP++++(int) MORE BIG NOISE(diverges)David, now silent, saw Christ, and the music from his harp reverberated.69hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=69
BUT DEVIL SEE(-to-lt) pn:JESUS(lt) GET-UP(lt), WRONG(2h) FAIL(-to-rt), pose:turns-around FLY~gs:GO-AWAY(-to-rt-bwd)But Satan saw Christ rise, became dejected, lost all hope, turned his back, and flew away.70hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=70
1P-IX APPRECIATE STORY OTHER ABOUT TEACH~AGENT SIGN BUT TIME-PERIOD SMALLI would like to present other examples of my teachers' signing, but time has run short.71hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=71
1P-IX CAN ONE(l-hand) TELL(2h,arc) TO 2P-IX-PL SAME pn:TURNER D-R T-U-R-N-E-R TELL(2h,arc) TO DET-IX-PL(-to-X) CHILDREN ONCE AGOSo I will leave you with something Mr. Bartlett told us children once long ago:72hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=72
1P-IX HOPE NEGATIVE LONG(-from-leg) LONG(-from-leg) BEFORE 1P-IX-PL MEET AGAIN pose:bowI hope the time will not be as long as my foot is from my head before we meet again.73hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&keyid=73