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Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Deaf-Blind. Book 40." Created by Rebecca Mack ...

Image 28 > Item No 1 > Folder 3: Book XL > Box 280: Rebecca Mack Scrapbooks circa 1951 > Series 5: Scrapbooks
... 19S4-25 it was my privilege to be associated with Helen Keller*.She was one of the organizers of the American ...
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Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Deaf-Blind. Book 40." Created by Rebecca Mack containing miscellaneous articles about Helen Keller, Chicago Lighthouse, Keller's visit to England, seeing eye dogs, the transformation of Keller's Ivy Green home into a shrine, Louis Braille, and deaf-blind experiences. Scrapbook clippings circa 1948-1952. Scrapbook created October 1951.
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Keller, Helen

Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Blind. Book XVI." Created by Rebecca Mack cont...

Image 134 > Item No 1 > Folder 2: Book XVI > Box 272: Rebecca Mack Scrapbooks circa 1931-1932 > Series 5: Scrapbooks
... entertained. (When the Magazine ! was first startea Miss Hellen Keller wrote to Mrs. ZieglCTlinh’sard:' '‘H^e hope you will ...
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Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Blind. Book XVI." Created by Rebecca Mack containing miscellaneous articles about Helen Keller, Keller's honorary degree from University of Glasgow, the history of the education of the blind, Keller and Macy's honorary fellowships at the Educational Institute of Scotland, Keller's Pictorial Review Award, the Perkins centennial, Keller's advocacy within the U.S. and abroad, seeing eye dogs, and George Bernard Shaw's scandalous comment on Americans. Includes articles written by Keller. Scrapbook clippings circa 1887-1933. Scrapbook created June 1932.
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Keller, Helen

Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Blind. Book XVI." Created by Rebecca Mack cont...

Image 182 > Item No 1 > Folder 2: Book XVI > Box 272: Rebecca Mack Scrapbooks circa 1931-1932 > Series 5: Scrapbooks
... a light which almost matches the respect accorded to Helen Keller in this country. Mrs.^ouleauls not deaf and
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Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Blind. Book XVI." Created by Rebecca Mack containing miscellaneous articles about Helen Keller, Keller's honorary degree from University of Glasgow, the history of the education of the blind, Keller and Macy's honorary fellowships at the Educational Institute of Scotland, Keller's Pictorial Review Award, the Perkins centennial, Keller's advocacy within the U.S. and abroad, seeing eye dogs, and George Bernard Shaw's scandalous comment on Americans. Includes articles written by Keller. Scrapbook clippings circa 1887-1933. Scrapbook created June 1932.
Subject Person
Keller, Helen

Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Deaf-Blind. Book 40." Created by Rebecca Mack ...

Image 54 > Item No 1 > Folder 3: Book XL > Box 280: Rebecca Mack Scrapbooks circa 1951 > Series 5: Scrapbooks
... Miss Rebecca Mack’s (Cincinnati, Ohio) most complete library on Helen Keller and the deaf-blind, visiting special schools including Perkins ...
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Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Deaf-Blind. Book 40." Created by Rebecca Mack containing miscellaneous articles about Helen Keller, Chicago Lighthouse, Keller's visit to England, seeing eye dogs, the transformation of Keller's Ivy Green home into a shrine, Louis Braille, and deaf-blind experiences. Scrapbook clippings circa 1948-1952. Scrapbook created October 1951.
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
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