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Letter from Joseph Wiedenmayer to William Greene enclosing his article "Unmentionable Words," which ...

Image 3 > Item No 28 > Folder 3: Affiliations: Bell, Alexander Graham Association for the Deaf > Box 20: Affiliations: A - General to AFB > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
... hesitancy or embarrassment. Among the letters and notes of Helen Keller which were left as a bequest to the ...
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Letter from Joseph Wiedenmayer to William Greene enclosing his article "Unmentionable Words," which mentions Helen Keller Memorial week, accompanied by a brochure entitled "The Deaf Diplomat Aids the Deaf" about Mr. Wiedenmayer.
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Keller, Helen
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Letter from Joseph Wiedenmayer to William Greene enclosing his article "Unmentionable Words," which ...

Image 2 > Item No 28 > Folder 3: Affiliations: Bell, Alexander Graham Association for the Deaf > Box 20: Affiliations: A - General to AFB > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
TWO UNMENTIONABLE FOUR-LETTER WORDS by: Joseph Wiedenmayer What would Helen Keller have said if she "heard" and "read" that ...
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Letter from Joseph Wiedenmayer to William Greene enclosing his article "Unmentionable Words," which mentions Helen Keller Memorial week, accompanied by a brochure entitled "The Deaf Diplomat Aids the Deaf" about Mr. Wiedenmayer.
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Keller, Helen
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive
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