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  1. Letter concerning a speaking engagement for the New Church and a copy of the speech.

    May 17, 1928
    Image 5 > Item No 11 > Folder 5: Religion: Swedenborg Foundation: Writing by Helen Keller "My Religion" > Box 110: Misc.: Portraits - Religion > Sub Series 6: Select Subjects > Series 1: General Correspondence
    ... women something called faith which will respond to men speaking with the greatest of all authority—the authority of an ...
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    5: Religion: Swedenborg Foundation: Writing by Helen Keller "My Religion"
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    Keller, Helen
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    Keller, Helen A.
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    Keller, Helen Adams
    Description
    Letter concerning a speaking engagement for the New Church and a copy of the speech.
    Provenance
    American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive
  2. Copy of "News and Views" noting the upcoming Helen Keller Centennial Congress.

    1980
    Image 1 > Item No 20 > Folder 1: Centennial Congress - other organization's celebrations > Box 103: Centennial Congress > Sub Series 5: Commemorations > Series 1: General Correspondence
    HELEN KELLER COMMEMORATIVE PLATES AVAILABLE In recognition of the life ...
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    Event - Helen Keller Centennial Congress
    Description
    Copy of "News and Views" noting the upcoming Helen Keller Centennial Congress.
    Provenance
    American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive
  3. "B. F. Keith's Theatre News" featuring a cover photograph of Helen Keller and an article on her opin...

    May 24, 1920
    Image 4 > Item No 21 > Folder 9: Vaudeville > Box 95: Television - Vaudeville > Sub Series 4: Media and Entertainment > Series 1: General Correspondence
    ... deceptive appear-; ance of being unusually strong and clear. It; was Helen Keller, a vigorous, healthy looking woman. Her companion, Mrs. Anne Sullivan Macy, ...
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    "B. F. Keith's Theatre News" featuring a cover photograph of Helen Keller and an article on her opinion of Vaudeville, vol. 22, no. 40
    Provenance
    American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Archive