Browse by Series (Type of Material)
- Series 1: General Correspondence - Expanded
- Sub Series 1: Legal & Administrative
- Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work
- Sub Series 3: Individuals - Expanded
- Box 44: Aaron - Adams
- Box 45: Advani - Arnold
- Box 46: Bagne - Beck
- Box 47: Bell-Bhooshen
- Box 48: Bianco - Boulter
- Box 49: Bracewell - Campbell
- Box 50: Carmichael - Clemens
- Box 51: Cobb - Cutten
- Box 52: Crocker - Devol - Expanded
- Folder 1: Crocker, Edward S.
- Folder 2: Cromwell, William N.
- Folder 3: Crouse, J. Robert
- Folder 4: Cutino, Salvatore and Cutino, Louis
- Folder 5: Dabaghie, Najla
- Folder 6: D - General (Dacre - Day)
- Folder 7: Darrow, Clarence
- Folder 8: Davidson, Jo and Florence
- Folder 9: Davidson, Jo and Florence
- Folder 10: Davidson, Jo and Florence
- Folder 11: De - General (Deane - Dewitt) - Expanded
Correspondence to and from Katherine Deane, West Redding, CT inviting Helen Keller's visit, accompanied by a letter from Jansen Noyes, Jr., NYC to Katherine Deane inquiring if he has any materials by or on Helen Keller for the AFB Archive.
Note and envelope from Dona Filippa de Braganca, Lisbon, Portugal to Helen Keller, Lisbon, Portugal sending her flowers.
Letter from Charlotte B. Deforest, Kobe College, Nishinomiya, Japan to Helen Keller, Forest Hills, NY about the death of Ishiko Katsurauma.
Letter from Ralph E. De Forest, Secretary of the Council on Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, American Medical Association Chicago, IL to Mrs. Irving Ives, NYC declining invitation to the Helen Keller Dinner.
Letter from C. de Beaufort, Paris, France to Katharine Cornell, NYC stating that Charles De Gaulle cannot do as requested.
Letter from Celia de Goes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to Helen Keller in thanks for her visit, accompanied by her "Message to the Blind."
Correspondence to and from Dorina de Gouvea Nowill, Sao Paulo, Brazil about the Brazilian Foundation for the Books of the Blind.
Speech given by G. de la Bat, School for the Deaf, Worcester, South Africa in honor of Helen Keller's visit.
Letter from Frank Delaeter, Elgin, WA to Helen Keller about the removal of cataracts, accompanied by envelope to Evelyn D. Seide.
Letter from President Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr., Panama to Helen Keller, NYC wishing her a happy birthday.
Letter from Helen Keller to J. de la Mare Rowley, National Institute for the Blind, London, England regarding the book "The Reach of the Mind."
Letter to Maurice de la Sizeranne in praise of his book.
Correspondence to and from Catherine Trott Delbert, Van Buren, OH about her inquiry into the Keller family.
Speech by F. A. Delgado, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Permanent Representative, wishing Helen Keller a happy 80th birthday.
Letter from Filippo del Giudice, Tigullio Films, Rapallo, Italy to Helen Keller, Portofino, Italy regarding a typewriter and discussing his films.
Letter from Enrichetta dell'Orto, Milan, Italy to Helen Keller in praise of her book.
Letter to Ethel Delston, NYC with suggestions for her article on Helen Keller.
Correspondence to and from Nick Demakos, NYC in admiration of Helen Keller and in thanks for a copy of her book, "The Open Door."
Correspondence from Ubaldino de Moraes, Jr., Pessoa, Brazil about National Hearing Week in Brazil, accompanied by newspaper articles about the event and a letter from President Harry Truman to Dr. C. Stewart Nash.
Correspondence to and from Governor John Dempsey, Hartford, CT about Helen Keller's 87th birthday.
Letter from Winifred A. Corbally to Lotta Dempsey, Toronto Daily Star, Canada acknowledging receipt of the accompanying article by Ms. Dempsey entitled "My Unforgettable Experience--Meeting a Legendary Woman," with photographs of Helen Keller.
Letter from Margaret Deneke, NYC to Helen Keller and Polly Thomson about her visit to the U.S., accompanied by a program for her visit and a letter from Major General Alfred B. Denniston, Washington, D.C. to Miss Keller, Westport, CT acknowledging receipt of photograph.
Correspondence from Caroline A. Derby Helen Keller about their time together as children, discussing WWI, and about Anne Sullivan Macy's health, accompanied by a photograph of Miss Derby.
Christmas card from Captain and Mrs. H. J. M. Desai to Helen Keller.
Letter from Isobel d'Este, Auckland, New Zealand to Helen Keller inquiring about the education of the deaf in America.
Letter from Juan Escobar Destremau, Director, Escuela de Ciegos, Santiago, Chile to Helen Keller, NYC wishing her a happy birthday.
Letter from Helen Keller to Duchesse de Talleyrand in thanks for her contribution to the overseas blind.
Letter from Georgiana N. and Walter C. Armstrong, Vienna, Austria in praise of the piano teacher Hubert Edward Carl Anton Deutsch.
Correspondence between Professor John Dewey, Department of Philosophy, Columbia University, NYC and Helen Keller, Forest Hills, NY about Miss Keller's birthday and acknowledging receipt of her book, "Midstream."
Correspondence to and from Governor Thomas E. Dewey, Albany, NY about the Helen Keller Dinner before her visit overseas.
Letter from Helen Keller, Cape Town, South Africa to Mrs. De Witt in thanks for her hospitality.
- Folder 12: De Besozzi, Contessa Margot K.
- Folder 13: De Besozzi, Contessa Margot K.
- Folder 14: Debs, Eugene
- Folder 15: Devol
- Box 53: Dick - Endicott
- Box 54: Elder - Flynn
- Box 55: Flagstad - Fulton
- Box 56: Gabrielsen - Grummon
- Box 57: Guex - Harrison
- Box 58: Hedkvist - Henney
- Box 59: Henney - Hillman
- Box 60: Hillman - Holmes
- Box 61: Holmes - Hutton
- Box 62: Ibanez - Iwahashi
- Box 63: Jackson - Karagheusian
- Box 64: Keller - Moore
- Box 65: Keller - Kellogg
- Box 66: Kennedy - Lee
- Box 67: Le Pla - Lyon
- Box 68: Maas - Manuel - Macy, Anne: A-F
- Box 69: Macy, Anne: Correspondence: G-T
- Box 70: Macy, Anne: General Awards - PR
- Box 71: Macy, Anne: Radio Broadcasts - Macy, John
- Box 72: Maeterlinck - Matsumoto
- Box 73: Maxwell - M-General
- Box 74: Migel, M. C. and Family
- Box 75: Moak - Murphy
- Box 76: Nagal - Neff
- Box 77: Neff - Noyes
- Box 78: Oates - Pearce
- Box 79: Pearson - Raverat
- Box 80: Reagan - Rogers
- Box 81: Roosevelt - Sanger
- Box 82: Scapini - Skilton
- Box 83: Small - Smith
- Box 84: Smith - Sylva
- Box 85: Taal - Thomson
- Box 86: Thomson - Tucker
- Box 87: Tyson - Tyson
- Box 88: Ulrey - Werle
- Box 89: Widener - Unknown last name
- Sub Series 4: Media and Entertainment
- Sub Series 5: Commemorations
- Sub Series 6: Select Subjects
- Sub Series 7: General Public and Organizations
- Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
- Series 3: Oversize print material
- Series 4: Press Clippings
- Series 5: Scrapbooks
- Series 6: Architectural drawings
- Series 7: Photographic material
- Series 8: Artifacts
- Series 9: Audio
- Series 10: Film