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Manuscript by Helen Keller on her visit with Frank B. Nightingale at his home in California for Than...

Image 1 > Item No 1 > Folder 12: Nightingale, Frank B. > Box 77: Neff - Noyes > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
- 1918 — -- 126— a — For Helen's party at the Beverly Hills Hotel she wrote out ...
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Manuscript by Helen Keller on her visit with Frank B. Nightingale at his home in California for Thanksgiving, with copies of photographs of Miss Keller and the Nightingales..
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Script for Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan Macy's Vaudeville performances.

Image 4 > Item No 30 > Folder 9: Vaudeville > Box 95: Television - Vaudeville > Sub Series 4: Media and Entertainment > Series 1: General Correspondence
... talk /- with her mouth too. This seemed an impossible task. But Helen insisted that she wanted to talk like other people. I ...
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Script for Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan Macy's Vaudeville performances.
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Manuscript comparing entitled "Miss Sullivan's Methods, A Comparison Between her Reports to the Perk...

Image 141 > Item No 1 > Folder 4: Record Repositories: Perkins School for the Blind > Box 19: Record Repositories: University of Iowa - UC Berkeley > Sub Series 1: Legal & Administrative > Series 1: General Correspondence
... lltin IbM in tvhioii he in reported M iisaving tin speaking of the “Frost iting,“} “Soon after it.a ’appooranoe in print ...
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Manuscript comparing entitled "Miss Sullivan's Methods, A Comparison Between her Reports to the Perkins Institution and the Statements made in the Volume entitled 'The Story of My Life' by Helen Keller." This manuscript outlines the similarities between Helen Keller's story, "The Frost King" and Margaret Canby's story, "Frost Fairies," and shows that Miss Sullivan lied about her methods.
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Script, "Helen and Teacher" by Joseph Lash, adapted for Television by John McGreevey

Image 49 > Item No 1 > Folder 3: Writing about Helen Keller: Lash, Joseph P., Helen and Teacher TV Special, script, 1983 > Box 220: Writing about HK: L - M > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
... we hear you speak for yourself in public? ANNIE (speaking for Helen) Never — as long as I have ...
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2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
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3: Writing about Helen Keller: Lash, Joseph P., Helen and Teacher TV Special, script, 1983
Description
Script, "Helen and Teacher" by Joseph Lash, adapted for Television by John McGreevey
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Correspondence from Gerda Dymsza, Atlanta, GA regarding promotion for the screening event of "Helen ...

Image 3 > Item No 25 > Folder 4: Television - Reviews "Helen Keller…The Miracle Continues" > Box 95: Television - Vaudeville > Sub Series 4: Media and Entertainment > Series 1: General Correspondence
... concept of finger spelling. 2. Understand the sensory devices Helen Keller used to
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4: Television - Reviews "Helen Keller…The Miracle Continues"
Description
Correspondence from Gerda Dymsza, Atlanta, GA regarding promotion for the screening event of "Helen Keller...The Miracle Continues," accompanied by a 'Study Guide for Teachers,' for the movie by Joannie Parker, Director, Women's Studies Program, Westlake School for Girls, Los Angeles, CA.
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Excerpt from diaries by Peeresses School Seniors regarding Helen Keller's visit.

Image 1 > Item No 25 > Folder 3: Australia, New Zealand and Japan Tour: Japan, Jan-Sep, 1948 > Box 38: Travel: 1948 > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
September 4th, 1948 We had a reception for Miss Helen Keller in front of the Imperial Palace today. All ...
Description
Excerpt from diaries by Peeresses School Seniors regarding Helen Keller's visit.
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Script, "Helen and Teacher" by Joseph Lash, adapted for Television by John McGreevey

Image 48 > Item No 1 > Folder 3: Writing about Helen Keller: Lash, Joseph P., Helen and Teacher TV Special, script, 1983 > Box 220: Writing about HK: L - M > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
... their diploma and return to their seat. BRIGGS Jenkins...Keller... Helen rises and, touching Annie's arm, moves with her to ...
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2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
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3: Writing about Helen Keller: Lash, Joseph P., Helen and Teacher TV Special, script, 1983
Description
Script, "Helen and Teacher" by Joseph Lash, adapted for Television by John McGreevey
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Manuscript comparing entitled "Miss Sullivan's Methods, A Comparison Between her Reports to the Perk...

Image 88 > Item No 1 > Folder 4: Record Repositories: Perkins School for the Blind > Box 19: Record Repositories: University of Iowa - UC Berkeley > Sub Series 1: Legal & Administrative > Series 1: General Correspondence
In the Autobiography (H *if * Boo It p*84) Helen Keller in Speaking of the ‘'lirdst King 11 period ...
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Manuscript comparing entitled "Miss Sullivan's Methods, A Comparison Between her Reports to the Perkins Institution and the Statements made in the Volume entitled 'The Story of My Life' by Helen Keller." This manuscript outlines the similarities between Helen Keller's story, "The Frost King" and Margaret Canby's story, "Frost Fairies," and shows that Miss Sullivan lied about her methods.
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Letter from Mrs. Robert Vanstrum to Helen Keller with enclosed paper by student Judy Defoe about Mis...

Image 4 > Item No 3 > Folder 6: Correspondence from the general public and organizations: 1958 (V-Z) > Box 135: General Public Correspondence 1958 P-Z - 1959 A > Sub Series 7: General Public and Organizations > Series 1: General Correspondence
... the thing she could fee].. In that one moment Helen grasped the whole idea of written language. After that ...
Description
Letter from Mrs. Robert Vanstrum to Helen Keller with enclosed paper by student Judy Defoe about Miss Keller, with letter of receipt.
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Manuscript of "The Miracle Worker" written for Playhouse 90 by William Gibson

Image 21 > Item No 2 > Folder 9: Film - The Miracle Worker (CBS production script) > Box 91: Film > Sub Series 4: Media and Entertainment > Series 1: General Correspondence
(3HB HANDS OVER THE DOU, AND HELEN GETS A GOOD GRIP ON IS LEG) laltata now, ...
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Correspondence from Gerda Dymsza, Atlanta, GA regarding promotion for the screening event of "Helen ...

Image 16 > Item No 25 > Folder 4: Television - Reviews "Helen Keller…The Miracle Continues" > Box 95: Television - Vaudeville > Sub Series 4: Media and Entertainment > Series 1: General Correspondence
... TO STUDY QUESTIONS (CONTINUED) 19. (continued) ^ . felt Helen needed, and her fears that Peter would abandon Helen? ...
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4: Television - Reviews "Helen Keller…The Miracle Continues"
Description
Correspondence from Gerda Dymsza, Atlanta, GA regarding promotion for the screening event of "Helen Keller...The Miracle Continues," accompanied by a 'Study Guide for Teachers,' for the movie by Joannie Parker, Director, Women's Studies Program, Westlake School for Girls, Los Angeles, CA.
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Manuscript comparing entitled "Miss Sullivan's Methods, A Comparison Between her Reports to the Perk...

Image 152 > Item No 1 > Folder 4: Record Repositories: Perkins School for the Blind > Box 19: Record Repositories: University of Iowa - UC Berkeley > Sub Series 1: Legal & Administrative > Series 1: General Correspondence
of ihe§B laotg i itohii blit think that Helen/ thils writing
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Manuscript comparing entitled "Miss Sullivan's Methods, A Comparison Between her Reports to the Perkins Institution and the Statements made in the Volume entitled 'The Story of My Life' by Helen Keller." This manuscript outlines the similarities between Helen Keller's story, "The Frost King" and Margaret Canby's story, "Frost Fairies," and shows that Miss Sullivan lied about her methods.
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Letter from Dorothea Sevier enclosing article about the Women's Hall of Fame and a manuscript about ...

Image 3 > Item No 36 > Folder 1: S (Scapini - Sevier ) > Box 82: Scapini - Skilton > Sub Series 3: Individuals > Series 1: General Correspondence
... your Fourth Reader would have revealed the world of Helen Keller to you, as they did to me, with ...
Description
Letter from Dorothea Sevier enclosing article about the Women's Hall of Fame and a manuscript about Helen Keller.
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Manuscript comparing entitled "Miss Sullivan's Methods, A Comparison Between her Reports to the Perk...

Image 15 > Item No 1 > Folder 4: Record Repositories: Perkins School for the Blind > Box 19: Record Repositories: University of Iowa - UC Berkeley > Sub Series 1: Legal & Administrative > Series 1: General Correspondence
... H* k* Book* In this letter Miss Stillivaii says^ speaking of Helen Keller Cp.o05) “She is vet3 r quick ...
Description
Manuscript comparing entitled "Miss Sullivan's Methods, A Comparison Between her Reports to the Perkins Institution and the Statements made in the Volume entitled 'The Story of My Life' by Helen Keller." This manuscript outlines the similarities between Helen Keller's story, "The Frost King" and Margaret Canby's story, "Frost Fairies," and shows that Miss Sullivan lied about her methods.
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Portfolio prepared by the American Foundation for the Blind as a "basis for speeches, sermons, edito...

Image 5 > Item No 5 > Folder 2: American Foundation for the Blind - Tribute > Box 24: Affiliations: AFB > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
... Ittli Geatury# to is lapoleon and the other is Helen Keller#” E* 0* Well© referred to her as M ...
Description
Portfolio prepared by the American Foundation for the Blind as a "basis for speeches, sermons, editorials, and feature articles relating to the Helen Keller Tribute Year," with information on her life and paragraphs entitled "On Blindness," "On War," "Happiness in Simple Things," "Helen Keller's Philosophy," "Accomplishments," and "Friendships."
Subject Person
Keller, Helen
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Manuscript comparing entitled "Miss Sullivan's Methods, A Comparison Between her Reports to the Perk...

Image 21 > Item No 1 > Folder 4: Record Repositories: Perkins School for the Blind > Box 19: Record Repositories: University of Iowa - UC Berkeley > Sub Series 1: Legal & Administrative > Series 1: General Correspondence
... 11e r s whic h he had seen. In speaking in the Report of 1887 of “the first step ...
Description
Manuscript comparing entitled "Miss Sullivan's Methods, A Comparison Between her Reports to the Perkins Institution and the Statements made in the Volume entitled 'The Story of My Life' by Helen Keller." This manuscript outlines the similarities between Helen Keller's story, "The Frost King" and Margaret Canby's story, "Frost Fairies," and shows that Miss Sullivan lied about her methods.
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Karen Setlowe's script for "Teacher (Abigail Adams and Annie Sullivan Revisited")

Image 24 > Item No 20 > Folder 2: Correspondence from the general public and organizations: 1977 (Karen Setlowe) > Box 209: General Public Correspondence 1977-1990 > Sub Series 7: General Public and Organizations > Series 1: General Correspondence
... point; she confronts audience) You see, I wellll..! mean..... .Helen insisted that I confe to see you. Now don’t ...
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

The manuscript of Helen Keller's book "Teacher" about Anne Sullivan Macy

Image 13 > Item No 1 > Folder 2: Writing by Helen Keller: Teacher, 1955 > Box 231: Writing by HK: T - U > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
... appreciated. Since she had a natural gift for public speaking, her part on the program became the principal one, ...
Series
2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
Folder
2: Writing by Helen Keller: Teacher, 1955
Subject
Writing by Helen Keller - Teacher
Description
The manuscript of Helen Keller's book "Teacher" about Anne Sullivan Macy
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive

Manuscript comparing entitled "Miss Sullivan's Methods, A Comparison Between her Reports to the Perk...

Image 8 > Item No 1 > Folder 4: Record Repositories: Perkins School for the Blind > Box 19: Record Repositories: University of Iowa - UC Berkeley > Sub Series 1: Legal & Administrative > Series 1: General Correspondence
p At this point the Editor is speaking of Dr. Howe’S work; he {p.298) “AS an investigator ...
Description
Manuscript comparing entitled "Miss Sullivan's Methods, A Comparison Between her Reports to the Perkins Institution and the Statements made in the Volume entitled 'The Story of My Life' by Helen Keller." This manuscript outlines the similarities between Helen Keller's story, "The Frost King" and Margaret Canby's story, "Frost Fairies," and shows that Miss Sullivan lied about her methods.
Provenance
American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive
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