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"Abstract of The Laurence Hutton/Edwin Townsend Evans Letters: 1880-1904 compiled by P.E. Letchworth...

Image 10 > Item No 23 > Folder 10: Record Repositories: University of California, Berkeley > Box 19: Record Repositories: University of Iowa - UC Berkeley > Sub Series 1: Legal & Administrative > Series 1: General Correspondence
... you sing. Am saddest then. to find proper tutors. Helen learning to skate. Plays checkers, casino, and solitaire. Graham ...
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Article from the Oakland Tribune about Joseph P. Lash's Helen Keller biography, "Helen and Teacher"

Image 1 > Item No 86 > Folder 4: July 1980 > Box 255: Press Clippings 1980 > Series 4: Press Clippings
... of the youth movement of the thirties.” Lasch was speaking first, playing the role of patriarch among the four ...
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Article from the Oakland Tribune about Joseph P. Lash's Helen Keller biography, "Helen and Teacher"
Subject Person
Keller, Helen

Article from the Los Angeles Examiner praising Helen Keller's new book "The World I Live In"

Image 1 > Item No 23 > Folder 14: October-December 1908 > Box 244: Press Clippings 1888-1917 > Series 4: Press Clippings
... for the revelation it makes into the personality of Helen Keller, its writer. Bereft from childhood of the most ...
Subject
Writing by Helen Keller - The World I Live In
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Article from the Los Angeles Examiner praising Helen Keller's new book "The World I Live In"
Subject Person
Keller, Helen

Letter from Gertrude Karman, Berkeley, CA to Helen Keller, Westport, CT in appreciation of her visit...

Image 3 > Item No 20 > Folder 4: Events: Dedication - California School for the Blind, Dedication of Deaf-Blind Department > Box 34: Events > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
... and speech than for one who knows nothing about speaking. If a deaf-blind person did not know how to ...
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Letter from Gertrude Karman, Berkeley, CA to Helen Keller, Westport, CT in appreciation of her visit to the CA School for the Blind, accompanied by a newsletter written by her students with an article about Miss Keller's visit.
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American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive
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