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Correspondence between Clara Thompson, NYC and Ralph W. Berky, Larkland Arboretum, Bally, PA regardi... 1966

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Series1: General Correspondence
Sub Series1: Legal & Administrative
Box12: Legal: Consents F - L
Folder10: Consents: L - General
Item No5
LanguageEnglish
Format of Original6 x 9 inches
SubjectLegal; Writing by Helen Keller; Nature
DescriptionCorrespondence between Clara Thompson, NYC and Ralph W. Berky, Larkland Arboretum, Bally, PA regarding his plans for a "Polly-Anne Nook" in the Larkland Arboretum and permission to use Helen Keller's articles "Three Days to See " and "Mine to Keep" in his efforts for the nook, accompanied by song lyrics by Mr. Berky entitled "Always There is Song Abroad, Friend" and sketches by Mr. Berky.
SignatureBerky, Ralph W.
Subject PersonKeller, Helen; Keller, Helen A.; Keller, Helen Adams
Holding InstitutionAmerican Foundation for the Blind
Contact Information2 Penn Plaza, Suite 1102, New York, NY 10121, (212) 502-7600

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