I don’t know of an archived, peer-reviewed list anywhere, but my colleague Richard Ladner has a nice slide deck he uses when lecturing about accessibility in history. I’ve adapted his deck and placed it on Google Slides.

Here’s the list in the deck:

That’s probably not complete, and the sources aren’t fully verified, but it’s a good place to start investigating the history.

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