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Photograph of Helen Keller, Dorothy H. Eustis and a Seeing Eye dog.;

Image 1 > Item No 1 > Folder 2: Individuals: Eustis, Dorothy Harrison - with HK and dog - Forest Hills, NY > Box 17: Individuals: Eisenhower - Henney > Sub Series 1: Photographs > Series 7: Photographic material
... back rest of the settee, between them is guide dog. Keller has her hand on the dog's' paw which ...
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2: Individuals: Eustis, Dorothy Harrison - with HK and dog - Forest Hills, NY
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Photograph of Helen Keller, Dorothy H. Eustis and a Seeing Eye dog.;

Photograph of Helen Keller, Dorothy H. Eustis and a Seeing Eye dog.;

Image 2 > Item No 1 > Folder 2: Individuals: Eustis, Dorothy Harrison - with HK and dog - Forest Hills, NY > Box 17: Individuals: Eisenhower - Henney > Sub Series 1: Photographs > Series 7: Photographic material
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2: Individuals: Eustis, Dorothy Harrison - with HK and dog - Forest Hills, NY
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Photograph of Helen Keller, Dorothy H. Eustis and a Seeing Eye dog.;

Photograph of Seeing Eye exhibit booth and owners with their dogs at the Helen Keller Centennial Con...

Image 1 > Item No 17 > Folder 12 > Box 11: Events: Arriving in New York after trip to Europe (1956) to Events: Helen Keller Centennial Congress at Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Massachusetts (1980) > Sub Series 1: Photographs > Series 7: Photographic material
A man and woman with dog guides stand infront of The Seeing Eye exhibit booth ...
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