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Letters from a school district in Chicago thanking Helen Keller for speaking to them.

Image 1 > Item No 2 > Folder 1: Correspondence from the general public and organizations: 1948 (L-Z) > Box 117: General Public Correspondence 1948-1950 > Sub Series 7: General Public and Organizations > Series 1: General Correspondence
Miss Helen Keller, Westport, Conn# My dear Miss Kellers Only a ...
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Letters from a school district in Chicago thanking Helen Keller for speaking to them.
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Letters from a school district in Chicago thanking Helen Keller for speaking to them.

Image 2 > Item No 2 > Folder 1: Correspondence from the general public and organizations: 1948 (L-Z) > Box 117: General Public Correspondence 1948-1950 > Sub Series 7: General Public and Organizations > Series 1: General Correspondence
Miss Helen Keller Westport, Conn,
Description
Letters from a school district in Chicago thanking Helen Keller for speaking to them.
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Letter from Milton T. Stauffer, General Secretary, John Milton Society for the Blind, NYC to Polly T...

Image 1 > Item No 31 > Folder 4: Affiliations: John Milton Society > Box 29: Affiliations: I - M > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
HELEN KELLER, L.H.D. President
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Letter from Milton T. Stauffer, General Secretary, John Milton Society for the Blind, NYC to Polly Thomson, Westport, CT enclosing letters to read and his admiration for Helen Keller's book, "My Religion."
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Letter from M. Van Der Beek concerning an invention to aid teaching music to the blind.

Image 3 > Item No 13 > Folder 8: Correspondence from the general public and organizations: 1947 (S-Z) > Box 116: General Public Correspondence 1942-1948 > Sub Series 7: General Public and Organizations > Series 1: General Correspondence
Miss Helen Keller Three'daughters of wj parents are blind and she ...
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Letter from M. Ward with attached letter from R. Irwin noting its eccentricity.

Image 1 > Item No 12 > Folder 5: Correspondence from the general public and organizations: 1946 (A-Z) > Box 116: General Public Correspondence 1942-1948 > Sub Series 7: General Public and Organizations > Series 1: General Correspondence
Miss Helen Kellert I have been referred to you (and the ...
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive
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