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Essay by Will M. Cressy about Helen Keller, "What Are you Kicking About?"

Image 8 > Item No 23 > Folder 7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952 > Box 217: Writing about HK: B - C > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
The first sound that Helen learned was that of the letter "T". She would ...
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7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952
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Essay by Will M. Cressy about Helen Keller, "What Are you Kicking About?"
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

"Helen Keller: The Blind, Deaf and Dumb Student" printed by The Christian Literature Society

Image 18 > Item No 2 > Folder 7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952 > Box 217: Writing about HK: B - C > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
HELEN KELLER
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2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
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7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952
Description
"Helen Keller: The Blind, Deaf and Dumb Student" printed by The Christian Literature Society
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Essay by Will M. Cressy about Helen Keller, "What Are you Kicking About?"

Image 11 > Item No 23 > Folder 7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952 > Box 217: Writing about HK: B - C > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
... those in the audience i are permitted to ask 'Helen ^uefitions. She stands with ,her fingers- on'Miss. Sul.livan^ lips,and ...
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2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
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7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952
Description
Essay by Will M. Cressy about Helen Keller, "What Are you Kicking About?"
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

"Helen Keller: The Blind, Deaf and Dumb Student" printed by The Christian Literature Society

Image 8 > Item No 2 > Folder 7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952 > Box 217: Writing about HK: B - C > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
HELEN KELLER
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2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
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7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952
Description
"Helen Keller: The Blind, Deaf and Dumb Student" printed by The Christian Literature Society
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Correspondence regarding Helen Keller's bio in Current Biography, and copies of the issue

Image 8 > Item No 13 > Folder 7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952 > Box 217: Writing about HK: B - C > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
... mention for her excellence in English literature.” “Teacher” and Helen then moved to Wrentham, outside of Boston, where they ...
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2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
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7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952
Description
Correspondence regarding Helen Keller's bio in Current Biography, and copies of the issue
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Correspondence regarding Helen Keller's bio in Current Biography, and copies of the issue

Image 12 > Item No 13 > Folder 7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952 > Box 217: Writing about HK: B - C > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
... mention for her excellence in English literature.” “Teacher” and Helen then moved to Wrentham, outside of Boston, where they ...
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2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
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7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952
Description
Correspondence regarding Helen Keller's bio in Current Biography, and copies of the issue
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Article, "Meet Helen Keller" by Kathryn Cravens, condensed from the New York Times Magazine

Image 3 > Item No 9 > Folder 7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952 > Box 217: Writing about HK: B - C > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
MEET HELEN KELLER
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2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
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7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952
Description
Article, "Meet Helen Keller" by Kathryn Cravens, condensed from the New York Times Magazine
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Article, "Helen Keller Pities the Real Unseeing" by Kathryn Cravens from New York Times Magazine

Image 2 > Item No 8 > Folder 7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952 > Box 217: Writing about HK: B - C > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
She leaned forward, speaking rapidly: "War,” she insisted, “is ^ form of blindness ...
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2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
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7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952
Description
Article, "Helen Keller Pities the Real Unseeing" by Kathryn Cravens from New York Times Magazine
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Article, "Meet Helen Keller" by Kathryn Cravens, condensed from the New York Times Magazine

Image 2 > Item No 10 > Folder 7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952 > Box 217: Writing about HK: B - C > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
... I can’t remember when I’ve won a game against Helen. She knows—heaven knows how!—when I haven’t played, and says, ...
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2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
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7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952
Description
Article, "Meet Helen Keller" by Kathryn Cravens, condensed from the New York Times Magazine
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive
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