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Photograph of Helen Keller seated in a garden, possibly her garden in Forest Hills. She is seated on...

Image 2 > Item No 2 > Folder 9: Children: Helen Keller outdoors with children, Forest Hills, NYC > Box 5: Awards: Human Relations Golden Reel Award (1957) to Children: Helen Keller indoors with children and dog (1930) > Sub Series 1: Photographs > Series 7: Photographic material
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5: Awards: Human Relations Golden Reel Award (1957) to Children: Helen Keller indoors with children and dog (1930)
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Photograph of Helen Keller seated in a garden, possibly her garden in Forest Hills. She is seated on a woodlog bench with two young boys, and a large dog who sits on the ground infront of them. ; 1920

Photograph of Helen Keller, Anne Sullivan Macy, Polly Thomson and a dog on the steps of a cabin, Lon...

Image 2 > Item No 3 > Folder 12: Travel: United States - New York (Saranac, NY) > Box 60: Travel: United Kingdom - Scotland (1932) - Yugoslavia (1931) > Sub Series 1: Photographs > Series 7: Photographic material
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Photograph of Helen Keller, Anne Sullivan Macy, Polly Thomson and a dog on the steps of a cabin, Long Lake, New York.

Photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Perle, Helen Keller, Anne Sullivan Macy and Polly Thomson, outdoors.

Image 2 > Item No 1 > Folder 14: Individuals: Perle, Gretchen - HK, Anne Sullivan Macy, Polly Thomson, and group - Alhambra, CA > Box 26: Individuals: Macy - Perle > Sub Series 1: Photographs > Series 7: Photographic material
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