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Series1: General Correspondence
Sub Series1: Legal & Administrative
Box11: Legal: Consents A - D
Folder1: Consents: A - General
Item No15
Format of Original9 x 11 inches
SubjectPublication; Organization; Legal
DescriptionCorrespondence between Helen Keller and Joseph Spence regarding use of Helen Keller's name and writings to promote the American Brotherhood for the Blind, accompanied by brochure and article on the organization and a letter from Polly Thomson to Amelia Gladu regarding the correspondence. Helen Keller's letter to Joseph Spence chastises him and withdraws all permission to use her name and writings in the future.
SignatureSpence, Joseph; Keller, Helen; Keller, Helen A.; Keller, Helen Adams; Thomson, Polly
Folder Start Date1932
Folder End Date1984
Holding InstitutionAmerican Foundation for the Blind
Contact Information2 Penn Plaza, Suite 1102, New York, NY 10121, (212) 502-7600

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