Browse by Series (Type of Material)
- Series 1: General Correspondence - Expanded
- Sub Series 1: Legal & Administrative - Expanded
- Box 1: Birthplace: Alabama
- Box 2: Board of Trustees AFB
- Box 3: Death: Condolences - Funeral
- Box 4: Death: General - Memorials
- Box 5: Health - Helen Keller's Homes
- Box 6: Helen Keller's Homes - Investments
- Box 7: Investments
- Box 8: Investments
- Box 9: Investments
- Box 10: Investments
- Box 11: Legal: Consents A - D - Expanded
- Folder 1: Consents: A - General
- Folder 2: Consents: B - General
- Folder 3: Consents: C - General
- Folder 4: Consents: Callier Hearing and Speech Center, Dallas, TX
- Folder 5: Consents: D - General - Expanded
Letter from M.R. Barnett, NYC to Theophilus deBoer, Dallas, TX in regards to naming a camp for the blind in Dallas, TX after Helen Keller with an endorsement from her.
Photocopy of newspaper article from The Dallas Morning News entitled "Lake With Cheap Though Dear Fee" by Kenneth Foree regarding Camp Helen Keller for blind children in Texas.
Letter from Theophilus deBoer, Dallas, TX to Helen Keller enclosing article from The Dallas Morning News about the opening of Camp Helen Keller in Texas.
Telegram from Theophilus deBoer and Camp Helen Keller, Dallas, TX to Helen Keller, American Federation for the Blind, NYC wishing her a happy birthday.
Letter from Evelyn D. Seide to Theophilus deBoer, Dallas, TX on behalf of Helen Keller thanking him for his letter about Camp Helen Keller in Texas.
Letter from Carole L. Stoddard, Dell Publishing, In., NYC requesting permission to use material from "The Blind in School and Society" by Thomas Cutsforth in the upcoming book, "Helen and Teacher" by Joseph Lash.
Correspondence and its translations from W. Preetorius and Mr. Lampierski at Dennoch-Verlag, Zurich, Switzerland and the American Foundation for the Blind, NYC requesting permission to quote Helen Keller in an art calendar.
Correspondence between Viola A. Starr, Helen Keller, and Annette B. Dinsmore regarding the use of Helen Keller's name for the Detroit Club of Deaf-Blind People.
Note to Kathern F. Gruber, NYC regarding use of Helen Keller's name for a school in Detroit, MI.
Letter from Marguerite L. Levine, NYC to Hans Kaltwasser, Bismarackallee, Germany enclosing a photograph of Helen Keller.
Correspondence between Dorothy Durbin, Battle Creek, MI and Marguerite L. Levine, NYC regarding use of photographs of Helen Keller for a magazine article.
Letter from the manager of Editorial Sudamericana S.A., Buenos Aires, Brazil thanking her for the inclusion of "El Mundo Donde Vivo" in their publications.
Correspondence between Irving Brambler, Ed-U-Cards Manufacturing Corporation, Long Island, NY and Elisabeth W. Olesen, NYC regarding use of a photograph of Helen Keller in educational flash cards of famous people.
Correspondence between W.L. Williams, J.F. O'Brien, and M.R. Barnett regarding use of writings by Helen Keller in an educational reader.
Letter from Philip Devon, Educational Reading Aids Corp., Long Island, NY requesting permission to reproduce and condense an article entitled "Helen Keller" for educational purposes.
Correspondence between Dr. Russell Forrest Egner, M.R. Barnett, and Helen Keller regarding denied request for the use of a photograph of Helen Keller in the game "Famous Personality Parade," accompanied by notes in shorthand and lists of famous people with their photographs in the game.
Correspondence between R.W. Cumley, Ph.D., Helen Keller, and Evelyn D. Seide regarding use of a photograph of Helen Keller for a medical textbook.
Correspondence between Holly Harrington, Jeannine Deubel, and Marguerite L. Levine regarding inclusion of a photograph of Helen Keller in publications by Encylopædia, accompanied by a permission agreement for use and photocopies of pages showing images of Helen Keller with handwritten notes where the acknowledgement to American Foundation for the Blind should appear.
Correspondence from Robert M. Esch and Roberta A. Walker, The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX regarding quoting attached article by Helen Keller entitled "Three Days to See" for their upcoming book "The Art of Styling Paragraphs."
Letter from Jimmy Evans, Chicago, IL to Helen Keller, Westport, CT requesting permission to use Helen Keller as a subject of his radio program "It's Odd But True" accompanied by a sample script for the program.
- Box 12: Legal: Consents F - L
- Box 13: Legal: Consents M - S
- Box 14: Legal: Consents T - Z - Copyrights
- Box 15: Legal: Insurance - Will and Estate
- Box 16: Legal: Will and Estate - Record Repositories: AFB
- Box 17: Record Repositories: AFB
- Box 18: Record Repositories: AFB - Indiana University
- Box 19: Record Repositories: University of Iowa - UC Berkeley
- Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work
- Sub Series 3: Individuals
- Sub Series 4: Media and Entertainment
- Sub Series 5: Commemorations
- Sub Series 6: Select Subjects
- Sub Series 7: General Public and Organizations
- Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
- Series 3: Oversize print material
- Series 4: Press Clippings
- Series 5: Scrapbooks
- Series 6: Architectural drawings
- Series 7: Photographic material
- Series 8: Artifacts
- Series 9: Audio
- Series 10: Film