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245: Press Clippings 1918-1931 (4)

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Article from The San Francisco Examiner reporting Helen Keller will listen to Beethoven through the ...

Image 1 > Item No 14 > Folder 10: March-December 1925 > Box 245: Press Clippings 1918-1931 > Series 4: Press Clippings
... I Revealing one of the marvels of radio appreciation, Helen Keller, before an audience in the First Congregational Church, ...
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Article from The San Francisco Examiner reporting Helen Keller will listen to Beethoven through the radio
Subject Person
Keller, Helen

Article from "The San Francisco Examiner" about Helen Keller hearing radio through her hands.

Image 2 > Item No 11 > Folder 10: March-December 1925 > Box 245: Press Clippings 1918-1931 > Series 4: Press Clippings
0 ■mmtmmmmss J V Helen Keller, the world’s most remarkable deaf and blind woman, ...
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Article from "The San Francisco Examiner" about Helen Keller hearing radio through her hands.
Subject Person
Keller, Helen

Article in The Minneapolis Morning Tribune about blind child composer Claire Hobart meeting Helen Ke...

Image 1 > Item No 33 > Folder 8: January 1925 > Box 245: Press Clippings 1918-1931 > Series 4: Press Clippings
... Composer Has Day of Happiness; Plays for Verbmgghen, Hears Helen Keller
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Article in The Minneapolis Morning Tribune about blind child composer Claire Hobart meeting Helen Keller
Subject Person
Keller, Helen

Article about Helen Keller's visit to Philadelphia to address the blind and her interest in jazz

Image 1 > Item No 32 > Folder 14: 1929 > Box 245: Press Clippings 1918-1931 > Series 4: Press Clippings
Helen Keller Likes Jazz and Bows as Sightless Applaud Continued ...
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Article about Helen Keller's visit to Philadelphia to address the blind and her interest in jazz
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
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