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Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Deaf-Blind. Book 40." Created by Rebecca Mack ...

Image 46 > Item No 1 > Folder 3: Book XL > Box 280: Rebecca Mack Scrapbooks circa 1951 > Series 5: Scrapbooks
... her seeing-eye dog* Bet- sie, for the annual meeting of the Helen Keller Committee for the Deaf-Blind and to fill several speaking engagements ...
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Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Deaf-Blind. Book 40." Created by Rebecca Mack containing miscellaneous articles about Helen Keller, Chicago Lighthouse, Keller's visit to England, seeing eye dogs, the transformation of Keller's Ivy Green home into a shrine, Louis Braille, and deaf-blind experiences. Scrapbook clippings circa 1948-1952. Scrapbook created October 1951.
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Keller, Helen

Scrapbook entitled "Anne Sullivan Macy's Scrapbook #1 : Vaudeville". Contains miscellaneous articles...

Image 78 > Item No 1 > Folder 1: Vaudeville > Box 290: Anne Sullivan Macy Scrapbooks > Series 5: Scrapbooks
... village, uniquely out of New Bedford to see me?” said Helen , difficult to reach. They Keller, and she laughed as ...
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Scrapbook entitled "Anne Sullivan Macy's Scrapbook #1 : Vaudeville". Contains miscellaneous articles about Helen Keller, Anne Sullivan Macy, Keller's vaudeville performances, women's suffrage, U.S. politics, the film "Deliverance", Maurice Maeterlinck, work done for the deaf and blind, and "The Frost King" plagiarism scandal. Scrapbook clippings circa 1892-1924.
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