Warren Robinson (6/8/1859—1/1/1921) was a vocational-department teacher at his alma mater, Wisconsin School for the Deaf. He advocated for comprehensive industrial and agricultural training for deaf students, and also proposed that labor bureaus be set up at each school to facilitate recruitment. I managed to find a photo of him in James Gallaher's book, "Representative Deaf Persons", and pulled a little information online (addresses given at conventions, etc.). He's mentioned in "Deaf Heritage" and "A Place of Their Own," but I want to find out more.
P.S. I've already contacted WSD . . . no response as yet.