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Series5: Scrapbooks
Box269: Rebecca Mack Scrapbooks circa 1888-1921
Folder2: Book VI
Item No1
Format of Original8 x 10 inches
SubjectDeaf - deafblind; Speech; Blindness - tactile fingerspelling; Writing by Helen Keller; Blindness - organization - Perkins School for the Blind; Art and culture - film; Military - war - war blinded; Writing by Helen Keller - The Story of My Life; Art and culture - poetry; Religion - Swedenborgianism; Music; Organization - Rotary Club; Education - school - Radcliffe College; Organization - American Red Cross; Blindness - organization - St. Dunstan’s; Blindness - prevention; Blindness - advocacy - employment
DescriptionScrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Blind. Book VI." Created by Rebecca Mack containing miscellaneous articles about Helen Keller, the war-blind, work done for and by the blind, Helen Keller's performance in the silent film "Deliverance", Emanuel Swedenborg and Helen Keller's faith, and St. Dunstan's in London. Scrapbook created February 1919.
Subject PersonKeller, Helen; Keller, Helen A.; Keller, Helen Adams; Macy, Anne S.; Macy, Anne Sullivan; Sullivan, Anne Mansfield; Bridgman, Laura; Jastrow, Joseph; Bell, Alexander G.; Brooks, Phillips; Swedenborg, Emanuel; Gilder, Richard W.; Caruso, Enrico; Keller, III, Phillips Brooks; Keller, III, Brooks; Keller, Kate; Keller, Kate A.; Keller, Kate Adams; Howe, Samuel G.; Pearson, Arthur; Pearson, Sir Arthur; Howe, Julia Ward; Howe, J. W.
Folder Start DateMarch, 1888
Folder End DateDecember 9, 1921
Holding InstitutionAmerican Foundation for the Blind
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