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
- Box 53: Dick - Endicott
- Box 54: Elder - Flynn - Expanded
- Folder 1: Elder, Fred
- Folder 2: E - General (Elf - Eybers) - Expanded
Letter from Helen Keller, Westport, CT to Miss Elf acknowledging receipt of letter.
Letter from Samuel Eliot, Boston, MA to Helen Keller about her letter to his grandson.
Letter from Governor Buford Ellington, Nashville, TN to Helen Keller, NYC wishing her a happy birthday.
Telegram from Carl Elliott, Washington, D.C. to Helen Keller, NYC wishing her success before her visit overseas.
Letter from Anne Elliott, Wellington, New Zealand to Polly Thomson about meeting at the Hard of Hearing League.
Correspondence between Carl Elliott and William Fisher, Jr. regarding the Helen Keller Crusade for the Blind and the Helen Keller 75th Birthday Committee.
Correspondence to and from Juanita Elliott about the heritage of the Keller family.
Correspondence to and from A. C. Ellis, Superintendent, American Printing House for the Blind, Louisville, KY about braille copies of books for Helen Keller.
Letter from Alice Ellis to Helen Keller and Polly Thomson wishing them safe travels and good health.
Letter from Mildred Elson, Executive Director, American Physical Therapy Association, NYC to Mrs. Irving Ives, NYC declining invitation to the Helen Keller Dinner.
Letter from T. R. R. Ely, St. Louis, MO to Helen Keller, NYC in admiration of her article on George Bernard Shaw.
Correspondence to and from Justice George L. Emery regarding his grandson, Marshall E. Bean.
Letter from Charles E. Enegren, Millis, MA to Milton T. Stauffer about Helen Keller's life in Wrentham, MA and enclosing donation.
Correspondence to and from J. C. K. Erasmus, Mayor of Port Elizabeth, South Africa about Helen Keller's visit, accompanied by invitations to an event with Miss Keller.
Letter from Virginia Ert, Everett, MA to Helen Keller in admiration of her book, "The Story of My Life."
Correspondence regarding Helen Keller's Uncle James Keller.
Correspondence to and from Marie F. Erwin wishing Helen Keller a happy birthday.
Letter from J. Espinola Veiga, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to Helen Keller regarding a braille copy of her book.
Correspondence to and from Marie Jesus Esteller, Valencia, Spain regarding Spanish translations of Helen Keller's books.
Letter from S. K. Etse, Golokuati, Ghana to Helen Keller, NYC about her recent travels.
Correspondence regarding the communication between Helen Keller and Selma Ettlinger.
Letter from Helen Keller, Forest Hills, NY to Iva Ettor about Socialism and the evils of society, accompanied by collection reference page for a photograph of Joseph J. Caruso, Joseph J. Ettor, and Arturo M. Giovannitti.
Correspondence between Helen Keller and Iva Ettor about Socialism, the evils of society, nature, and their health.
Letters from Helen Keller to Dorothy Eustis about seeing-eye dogs, accompanied by her article "The Seeing Eye" and a draft of her speech at a seeing-eye dinner.
Correspondence regarding Pierre Letchworth's copies of letters from Laurence Hutton to Edwin Townsend Evans, regarding Helen Keller.
Correspondence regarding a statement from Helen Keller vouching for Edward Evans' qualifications as a lecturer on the deafblind.
Correspondence to and from Clive Evatt about their travels in Australia and Japan.
Letter from Viola Everitt, Everett, MA to Helen Keller in admiration of her book, "The Story of My Life."
Letter from Clarence Boyd Jones, President of the Board of Trustees, The Hadley School for the Blind, Winnetka, IL to William Ziegler, Jr., NYC inviting him and Helen Keller to the dedication of a new building at the school.
Correspondence to and from Nancy Ewart regarding her poem dedicated to Helen Keller.
Correspondence between William Ewen and Helen Keller about the death of Polly Thomson and requesting a meeting in Scotland.
Letter from Lucille Scott Ewin, New Orleans, LA to Helen Keller enclosing a donation for the blind children of France.
Letter from Elisabeth Eybers, Johannesburg, South Africa to Helen Keller about her visit to South Africa and enclosing a book of poems she translated.
- Folder 3: Elizabeth, Queen Mother
- Folder 4: Elli, Mair
- Folder 5: Emory, Claire and Robert
- Folder 6: Ewin, Katharine Adair
- Folder 7: Ewin, Mrs. Gordon O. (Katharine Keller)
- Folder 8: F - General (Fabres de Gutierrez-Ferguson)
- Folder 9: Fagan, Peter
- Folder 10: Faust, Adair
- Folder 11: F - General (Ferreira - Fox)
- Folder 12: Finkelstein, Dr. Louis
- Folder 13: Finley, John and Martha
- Folder 14: Finley, John and Martha
- Folder 15: Flynn, Elizabeth G.
- 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