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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,
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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

Memorandum from F. Frazier Bond, NYC to Robert B. Irwin, NYC regarding subjects Helen Keller may wis...

Image 1 > Item No 41 > Folder 5: American Foundation for the Blind - Misc. correspondence > Box 24: Affiliations: AFB > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
... CORRESPONDENCE to Mr. Irwin DATE Nov. 18,1941 FROM F.F. Bond SUBJECT - re Helen Keller Including those you suggested yourself, here is a line-up ...
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Memorandum from F. Frazier Bond, NYC to Robert B. Irwin, NYC regarding subjects Helen Keller may wish to discuss.
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Newspaper article from the News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, IN by Betty Neeb entitled "Blind Are Not 'Diff...

Image 1 > Item No 20 > Folder 7: Events: Fundraising - Allen County (IN) Committee for the Blind > Box 34: Events > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
... Side High School Auditorium. (News-Sentinel Photo) Blind A re Not ‘Different,’ Famed Helen Keller Says BY BETTY NEEB ' s 'wf f IT/'ORLD-FAMOUS Helen ...
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Newspaper article from the News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, IN by Betty Neeb entitled "Blind Are Not 'Different,' Famed Helen Keller Says," with a photograph of Helen Keller and Polly Thomson.
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

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

Image 18 > Item No 1 > Folder 2: Book XXX > Box 277: Rebecca Mack Scrapbooks circa 1946-1947 > Series 5: Scrapbooks
November i$th> 1946 The Deaf-Blind Case,—The case referred to by Miss Helen Keller in her speech ,at the National Institute for the ...
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Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Blind. Book XXX." Created by Rebecca Mack containing miscellaneous articles about Helen Keller, Keller's travels to Europe to visit the war-wounded, Talking Gloves, the death of Ragnhild Kata, the fire at Keller's Arcan Ridge home, work done by the blind, and seeing eye dogs. Scrapbook clippings circa 1942-1947. Scrapbook created November 1946.
Subject Person
Keller, Helen

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

Image 129 > Item No 1 > Folder 2: Book XXX > Box 277: Rebecca Mack Scrapbooks circa 1946-1947 > Series 5: Scrapbooks
... friends. Dale Carnegie writes in Today’s Woman, March 1947, about Helen Keller. Speaking of her early education, he says, “Helen s ...
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Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Blind. Book XXX." Created by Rebecca Mack containing miscellaneous articles about Helen Keller, Keller's travels to Europe to visit the war-wounded, Talking Gloves, the death of Ragnhild Kata, the fire at Keller's Arcan Ridge home, work done by the blind, and seeing eye dogs. Scrapbook clippings circa 1942-1947. Scrapbook created November 1946.
Subject Person
Keller, Helen

Letter from Robert B. Irwin, NYC to M. C. Migel, NYC regarding subjects Helen Keller may wish to dis...

Image 1 > Item No 42 > Folder 5: American Foundation for the Blind - Misc. correspondence > Box 24: Affiliations: AFB > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
DR. HELEN A. KELLER, Counselor
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Letter from Robert B. Irwin, NYC to M. C. Migel, NYC regarding subjects Helen Keller may wish to discuss.
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Newspaper article from the News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, IN by Betty Neeb entitled "Blind Are Not 'Diff...

Image 1 > Item No 21 > Folder 7: Events: Fundraising - Allen County (IN) Committee for the Blind > Box 34: Events > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
BY BETTY NEEB H ORLD-FAMOUS Helen Keller, blind and deaf a.uthor, traveler and teacher, today ...
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Newspaper article from the News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, IN by Betty Neeb entitled "Blind Are Not 'Different,' Famed Helen Keller Says," with a photograph of Helen Keller and Polly Thomson.
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Letter from M. C. Migel to Charles A. Thomson, Washington, D.C. regarding the possibility of a goodw...

Image 2 > Item No 43 > Folder 5: American Foundation for the Blind - Misc. correspondence > Box 24: Affiliations: AFB > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
... and professional men and women gathered there to greet Helen Keller, rose spontaneously in an enthusiastic welcome to her. ...
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Letter from M. C. Migel to Charles A. Thomson, Washington, D.C. regarding the possibility of a goodwill tour of South America, accompanied by a list entitled "Possible Subjects for Lectures by Helen Keller in South America."
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Pages from the "Tennessee Public Welfare Record," Nashville, TN of an article entitled "An Interview...

Image 2 > Item No 70 > Folder 3: Events: Military - Visit to Armed Forces, Jan-Aug > Box 35: Events > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
... that left her listeners gasping. Miss Thompson told how Helen learned to speak, and then came the drama of ...
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Pages from the "Tennessee Public Welfare Record," Nashville, TN of an article entitled "An Interview with Helen Keller" by Ruth Campbell discussing efforts for the blind in the state of TN, pages 9-10, Vol. 8, No. 7, July 1945.
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
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 ...
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Photocopies of pages from the "Tennessee Public Welfare Record," Nashville, TN of an article entitle...

Image 2 > Item No 69 > Folder 3: Events: Military - Visit to Armed Forces, Jan-Aug > Box 35: Events > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
... that left her listeners gasping. Miss Thompson told how Helen learned to speak, and then came the drama of ...
Description
Photocopies of pages from the "Tennessee Public Welfare Record," Nashville, TN of an article entitled "An Interview with Helen Keller" by Ruth Campbell discussing efforts for the blind in the state of TN, pages 9-10, Vol. 8, No. 7, July 1945.
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

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

Image 127 > Item No 1 > Folder 2: Book XXX > Box 277: Rebecca Mack Scrapbooks circa 1946-1947 > Series 5: Scrapbooks
... the. palm of the J Little blitM-dea£' ? ' Helen, patient teachers haveireen slowly making progress in the most ...
Description
Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Blind. Book XXX." Created by Rebecca Mack containing miscellaneous articles about Helen Keller, Keller's travels to Europe to visit the war-wounded, Talking Gloves, the death of Ragnhild Kata, the fire at Keller's Arcan Ridge home, work done by the blind, and seeing eye dogs. Scrapbook clippings circa 1942-1947. Scrapbook created November 1946.
Subject Person
Keller, Helen

Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Blind. Book XXVII." Created by Rebecca Mack co...

Image 63 > Item No 1 > Folder 2: Book XXVII > Box 276: Rebecca Mack Scrapbooks circa 1943-1945 > Series 5: Scrapbooks
... Hofgaard, a teacher of the deaf. Our own well-beloved Helen Keller acquired greater skill in speech than any similarly ...
Description
Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Blind. Book XXVII." Created by Rebecca Mack containing miscellaneous articles about Helen Keller, Talking Books, Keller's tour of U.S. military hospitals, work done for and by the deaf and blind, Dorothy L. Bowman's "Carol's First Three Years", technology expanding the blind work field, seeing eye dogs, the death of Winifred H. Mather, Keller's visit to the National Institute for the Blind in London, and The Lighthouse Players, a blind female theater group. Scrapbook clippings circa 1918- 1945. Scrapbook created April 1945.
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
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