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Newspaper article from the Chicago Sunday Tribune by "Thalia" entitled "Helen Keller's Speech Moves ...
Image 1 > Item No 45 > Folder 7: American Foundation for the Blind - Misc. correspondence > Box 24: Affiliations: AFB > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
... the organization which gave a luncheon in honor of Miss Helen Keller ■ on Monday might well be used as the description ...
Letter from Ida Hirst-Gifford, NYC to L. Lincoln Wirt, Claremont, CA stating her regret that Helen K...
Image 1 > Item No 42 > Folder 7: American Foundation for the Blind - Misc. correspondence > Box 24: Affiliations: AFB > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
... to write you that it will he impossible for Helen Keller to appear at Pomona College on this trip* ...
Letter from Paul R. Rioth, President, All States Society of Long Beach, Long Beach, CA to Helen Kell...
Image 1 > Item No 27 > Folder 7: American Foundation for the Blind - Misc. correspondence > Box 24: Affiliations: AFB > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
Helen Keller 7111 — 112 Street Forrest Hills I Long ...
Image 4 > Item No 2 > Folder 5: Writing about Helen Keller: Marston, Doris R., 1933-1945 > Box 220: Writing about HK: L - M > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
Miss Helen Keller (Center) of Westport, Conn., With Her Companion, Miss ...
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