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Letter thanking W. Corbally for speaking to students at Helen Keller Middle School.

Image 1 > Item No 51 > Folder 7: Helen Keller Clubs, Schools etc.: Helen Keller Middle School, Easton, CT > Box 105: HK Clubs, Schools, etc. > Sub Series 5: Commemorations > Series 1: General Correspondence
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7: Helen Keller Clubs, Schools etc.: Helen Keller Middle School, Easton, CT
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Letter thanking W. Corbally for speaking to students at Helen Keller Middle School.
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Letter thanking W. Corbally for speaking to students at Helen Keller Middle School.

Image 2 > Item No 51 > Folder 7: Helen Keller Clubs, Schools etc.: Helen Keller Middle School, Easton, CT > Box 105: HK Clubs, Schools, etc. > Sub Series 5: Commemorations > Series 1: General Correspondence
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7: Helen Keller Clubs, Schools etc.: Helen Keller Middle School, Easton, CT
Description
Letter thanking W. Corbally for speaking to students at Helen Keller Middle School.
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Letter thanking W. Corbally for speaking to students at Helen Keller Middle School.

Image 3 > Item No 51 > Folder 7: Helen Keller Clubs, Schools etc.: Helen Keller Middle School, Easton, CT > Box 105: HK Clubs, Schools, etc. > Sub Series 5: Commemorations > Series 1: General Correspondence
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7: Helen Keller Clubs, Schools etc.: Helen Keller Middle School, Easton, CT
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Letter thanking W. Corbally for speaking to students at Helen Keller Middle School.
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Correspondence with Rowena Etheridge enclosing article on Helen from family collection

Image 3 > Item No 25 > Folder 5: Correspondence from the general public and organizations: 1965 (Ek-Ew) > Box 172: General Public Correspondence 1965 D-F > Sub Series 7: General Public and Organizations > Series 1: General Correspondence
... ‘ After a bustling life, Alabama’s most famous ladjl Helen Keller, has decided to relax. ' She is-living'in retirement ...
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Correspondence with Rowena Etheridge enclosing article on Helen from family collection
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Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive
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