Kelly Stevens (3/30/1896—11/27/1991) taught art at schools for the deaf, and was also a first-rate artist. He contributed some delightful and informative reportage to the old "Silent Worker" (one of the finest periodicals produced by the Deaf community). He also participated in group exhibitions. Information is to be found in "Deaf Heritage," "Deaf Artists in America," and "Deaf Persons in the Arts and Sciences." (I also have the "Gallaudet Encyclopedia.") I have a photo or two, but, egads, I'd like to know more about him. Any relatives or collateral descendants out there? Anyone who owns his works in their private collection?