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Letter and envelope from John Hitz, Washington, D.C. to J. E. Chamberlain, Wrentham, MA enclosing hi...

Image 3 > Item No 25 > Folder 5: Bloch, (Donald Beaty) Collection > Box 48: Bianco - Boulter > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
... anything further is attempted by him, that statement of Helen alone, should it ever have to be put before ...
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Letter from Michael Anagnos to Anne Sullivan about the commencement ceremony at Perkins and dining w...

Image 2 > Item No 14 > Folder 9: Macy, Anne: Correspondence - Anagnos, October 1891 - November 1902 > Box 68: Maas - Manuel - Macy, Anne: A-F > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
... to ask me a number of questions indicative of Helen and you, or properly speaking in you via Helen. ...
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Issue of the New Outlook for the Blind, NYC with a special insert in honor of Helen Keller's 75th bi...

Image 3 > Item No 3 > Folder 8: Adams, James S. > Box 44: Aaron - Adams > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
... Selected Bibliography for Houseparents of Blind Children. 210 Saluting Helen Keller Special Insert. Editorially Speaking 210 Gains in Social ...
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Issue of the New Outlook for the Blind, NYC with a special insert in honor of Helen Keller's 75th birthday, with articles by several people including Miss Keller, M. C. Migel, and William Ziegler, Jr., vol. 49, no. 6
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Speech given by Helen Keller in Boston, MA about Alexander Graham Bell and the telephone.

Image 5 > Item No 34 > Folder 1: Bell, Alexander G. > Box 47: Bell-Bhooshen > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
... head. But he had cultivated a soft mode of speaking, with a marvellous range of inflections and an enunciation ...
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Speech given by Helen Keller in Boston, MA about Alexander Graham Bell and the telephone.
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Letter from Anne Sullivan to John Hitz about her teaching philosophy.

Image 1 > Item No 3 > Folder 1: Macy, Anne: Correspondence - John Hitz > Box 69: Macy, Anne: Correspondence: G-T > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
... have to follow a curriculum whan I began teaching Helen. I am convinced she wouldn't have learned language as ...
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Article by Helen Keller about Alexander Graham Bell, with photographs of Dr. Bell and Miss Keller.

Image 1 > Item No 11 > Folder 2: Bell, Alexander G. > Box 47: Bell-Bhooshen > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
'Alexander Graham Bell By HELEN KELLER An appreciation of the great philosopher, teacher and ...
Description
Article by Helen Keller about Alexander Graham Bell, with photographs of Dr. Bell and Miss Keller.
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Article by Helen Keller entitled "If You Have Friends You Can Endure Anything," with a drawing of Mi...

Image 1 > Item No 44 > Folder 1: Bell, Alexander G. > Box 47: Bell-Bhooshen > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
... WD you hlave jpriends You can Endure Anything By HELEN KELLER
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Writing by Helen Keller
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Article by Helen Keller entitled "If You Have Friends You Can Endure Anything," with a drawing of Miss Keller and Alexander Graham Bell.
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive
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