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Snow White
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About Snow White & SignWriting
This publication of Snow White is dedicated to
Walt Disney and A.P. Giannini.

In 1937, Walt Disney, and his talented team of
animators, presented the first
full-length animated motion picture: Snow White.

A.P. Giannini, who later founded
Bank of America, loaned Walt Disney the
funds to produce the animated film Snow White.

In the same pioneering spirit, SignWriting is
changing history, creating a written form
for sign languages. Visual in nature,
the invention of SignWriting
was specifically influenced by the visual
sophistication of Disney animation.

The writing of Snow White in American
Sign Language in SignWriting is made possible
because of funding from the Claire Giannini Fund.
Claire Giannini, daughter of A.P. Giannini,
established the Claire Giannini Fund to assist
new and innovative projects such as the
SignWriting Literature Project.

This is just the first of several Snow White
storybooks in SignWriting. There are
a series of workbooks and storybooks,
at different reading and writing levels,
funded by Northrop-Grumman ECHO
& Sempra Employees Group.



Signed in
American Sign Language
by Darline Clark Gunsauls

Written in
American Sign Language
by Kelly Jo Boal

Edited by Adam Frost
& Valerie Sutton

Cover Illustration
by Ida Candelaria

Written in SignWriting
using SignPuddle Software
by Stephen Slevinski

The International
SignWriting Alphabet (ISWA)
by Valerie Sutton

This publication of Snow White
was made possible by a grant
from the Claire Giannini Fund,
& Northrop-Grumman & Sempra Corp.

Published by: The SignWriting Press
Center for Sutton Movement Writing
a US non-profit 501c3 educational organization
P.O. Box 517, La Jolla, CA. 92038-0517, USA


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