Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Blind. Book XXV." Created by Rebecca Mack cont...

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Series5: Scrapbooks
Box275: Rebecca Mack Scrapbooks circa 1940-1942
Folder3: Book XXV
Item No1
Format of Original8 x 10 inches
SubjectWomen; Art and culture - sculpture; Blindness - organization - American Foundation for the Blind; Blindness - fundraising; Blindness - advocacy; Writing by Helen Keller - Let Us Have Faith; Blindness - braille; Military - war - World War II; Blindness - organization - Perkins School for the Blind; Deaf - deafblind; Politics and society - Nazism; Politics and society - censorship; Event - book burning; Blindness - organization - Lighthouse - NY (New York Association for the Adult Blind); Blindness - seeing eye dog; Technology - typewriter; Blindness - organization - Seeing Eye, Inc.; Event - lecture tour
DescriptionScrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Blind. Book XXV." Created by Rebecca Mack containing miscellaneous articles about Helen Keller, Robert F. Wagner, Keller's "Let Us Have Faith", WWII, Nazi book burning and banning, blind workers, Alexander Woollcott, Keller's tour of the U.S. to advocate for the deaf and blind, and seeing eye dogs. Scrapbook clippings circa 1940-1943. Scrapbook created April 1942.
Subject PersonKeller, Helen; Keller, Helen A.; Keller, Helen Adams; Baldwin, Faith; Pickford, Mary; Hunt, Frazier; Thomson, Polly; Wagner, Robert F.; Davidson, Jo; Rouleau, Corinne; Henney, Nella Braddy; Woollcott, Alexander; Allen, Edward E.; Allen, Dr. Edward E.; Hayes, Lydia Y.
Folder Start DateApril 1, 1879
Folder End DateJuly, 1943
Holding InstitutionAmerican Foundation for the Blind
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