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Microfilm materials from the New York Public Library, NYC for the Helen Keller Collection at the Ame... April, 1974

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Series1: General Correspondence
Sub Series1: Legal & Administrative
Box17: Record Repositories: AFB
Folder3: Record Repositories: New York Public Library (microfiche copies 1973-1974)
Item No1
LanguageEnglish
Format of Original9 x 11 inches
SubjectBlindness - organization - American Foundation for the Blind; Blindness - organization - American Foundation for the Overseas Blind; Architecture - building - New York Public Library; Writing by Helen Keller; Art and culture - photography
DescriptionMicrofilm materials from the New York Public Library, NYC for the Helen Keller Collection at the American Foundation for the Blind including personal and form letters from Helen Keller, publications from the Foundation, newspaper articles about Helen Keller and Senator Arthur P. Gorman, microfilm slides, and copies of Helen Keller's signature.
SignatureKeller, Helen; Keller, Helen A.; Keller, Helen Adams
Subject PersonKeller, Helen; Keller, Helen A.; Keller, Helen Adams; Bowker, Richard Rogers; Burnside, R. H.; Davis, Robert H.; Finley, John H.; Mencken, H. L.; Oppenheim, James; Français, L. Jean; Gilder, Richard W.; Anthony, Alfred W.; Gorman, Arthur P.
Folder Start Date1880
Folder End Date1958
Holding InstitutionAmerican Foundation for the Blind
Contact Information2 Penn Plaza, Suite 1102, New York, NY 10121, (212) 502-7600

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