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Memorandum from Lurana Herlihy to Amelia B. Gladu about Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan Macy's receip...

Image 1 > Item No 4 > Folder 2: Macy, Anne: Award from Temple University > Box 70: Macy, Anne: General Awards - PR > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
TO: Mrs. Gladu I neglected to mention when speaking to you earlier today that Temple University degrees were ...
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Memorandum from Lurana Herlihy to Amelia B. Gladu about Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan Macy's receipt of honorary degrees from Temple University, accompanied by letter from Mrs. Macy to Charles E. Beury declining offer of an honorary degree from Temple University.
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Program from the Anne Sullivan Centennial Commemoration at the Perkins School for the Blind, accompa...

Image 8 > Item No 5 > Folder 8: Macy, Anne: Centennial (Programs, invitations, publications) > Box 70: Macy, Anne: General Awards - PR > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
... of Sacramento, California. ,: The first deaf-blind woman since Helen Keller to obtain a college degree. Professionally employed as ...
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Letter from Anson Phelps Stokes to Norman Brock about Anne Sullivan Macy's funeral service at the Wa...

Image 1 > Item No 6 > Folder 11: Macy, Anne: Death (General) > Box 70: Macy, Anne: General Awards - PR > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
... Jfire* Anne Sullivan Macy, the honored teacher of Miss Helen Keller* Further, it is uy privilege to tell you ...
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Issue of 'Listen' with article on centennial celebration of Anne Sullivan Macy's birthday (p. 4), vo...

Image 5 > Item No 4 > Folder 9: Macy, Anne: Centennial (Press clippings) > Box 70: Macy, Anne: General Awards - PR > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
... centennial ceremonies in honor of the late teacher of Helen Keller.
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Special Issue of the New Outlook for the Blind in honor or Anne Sullivan Macy, vol. 60, no. 4.

Image 10 > Item No 8 > Folder 8: Macy, Anne: Centennial (Programs, invitations, publications) > Box 70: Macy, Anne: General Awards - PR > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
... she spelled the sentences into my hand instead of speaking them. It was my teacher’s genius, her quick sympathy, ...
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Issue of 'Listen' with article on centennial celebration of Anne Sullivan Macy's birthday (p. 4), vo...

Image 1 > Item No 4 > Folder 9: Macy, Anne: Centennial (Press clippings) > Box 70: Macy, Anne: General Awards - PR > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
... W. Gardner, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, in speaking of Miss Switzer’s most recent honor — the coveted ...
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Issue of 'Listen' with article on centennial celebration of Anne Sullivan Macy's birthday, vol. 22, ...

Image 9 > Item No 3 > Folder 9: Macy, Anne: Centennial (Press clippings) > Box 70: Macy, Anne: General Awards - PR > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
... — albeit in truth severe in its practical limitations. Helen Keller once wrote: “The real problem of blindness is ...
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Issue of 'Listen' with article on centennial celebration of Anne Sullivan Macy's birthday, vol. 22, ...

Image 12 > Item No 3 > Folder 9: Macy, Anne: Centennial (Press clippings) > Box 70: Macy, Anne: General Awards - PR > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
... to turn towards the person to whom they were speaking. When the local kindergarten with very large classes could ...
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive
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