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Speeches given by Helen Keller, while in Japan, on the following topics: Hiroshima (while in the cit...

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Series1: General Correspondence
Sub Series2: Advocacy & Work
Box30: Affiliations: N - L
Folder6: Affiliations: Nippon Lighthouse Welfare Center for the Blind
Item No19
LanguageEnglish
Format of Original9 x 11 inches
SubjectTravel - advocacy overseas; Travel - Japan; Blindness - organization; Deaf - deafblind; Women
DescriptionSpeeches given by Helen Keller, while in Japan, on the following topics: Hiroshima (while in the city), social welfare workers, educators, women, and the deafblind.
Folder Start Date1935
Folder End Date1948
Holding InstitutionAmerican Foundation for the Blind
Contact Information2 Penn Plaza, Suite 1102, New York, NY 10121, (212) 502-7600

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