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  1. Article from The Daily Herald reporting on Helen Keller's address at the National Institute for the ...

    October 23, 1946
    Image 1 > Item No 67 > Folder 3: 1946 > Box 248: Press Clippings 1946-1947 > Series 4: Press Clippings
    . remarkable of her cenItury; Mark Twain once called /her—spoke yesterday at the [National Institute ...
  2. Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Blind. Book XXXIII." Created by Rebecca Mack c...

    Image 118 > Item No 1 > Folder 2: Book XXXIII > Box 278: Rebecca Mack Scrapbooks circa 1948-1949 > Series 5: Scrapbooks
    ... she devoted,most of her time to helping the war~blindedw Mark Twain said ”The two most interesting people of the ...
  3. Article from The Star announcing Helen Keller will visit Carville, LA as part of her tour of US mil...

    May, 1945
    Image 1 > Item No 16 > Folder 13: May-December 1945 > Box 247: Press Clippings 1934-1945 > Series 4: Press Clippings
    Mark Twain once said that the two most interesting characters ...
  4. Bibliography of selected references on Helen Keller

    1948
    Image 2 > Item No 8 > Folder 1: Bibliography > Box 210: Bibliography, Biographer, Book Burning, Publishers > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
    Paine, Albert Bigelow. Mark Twain, a biography; the personal md literary life of ...
  5. Publication entitled "The Story of Helen Keller's Visit to Queensland," with details about Miss Kell...

    July, 1948
    Image 6 > Item No 27 > Folder 4: Travel: Australia, New Zealand and Japan Tour, July (Australia) > Box 39: Travel: 1948 to 1949 > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
    ... the world has always been enjoyed by Helen Keller. Mark Twain, before he died, said, "The two most interesting ...
  6. Bibliography of selected references on Helen Keller

    1948
    Image 1 > Item No 8 > Folder 1: Bibliography > Box 210: Bibliography, Biographer, Book Burning, Publishers > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
    ... York, Greenberg, 1937. 256 p. Clemens, S . L. Mark Twain's letters. Harper’s Monthly, Oct. 1917 pp.638647, v.135. Coates, ...
  7. Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Blind. Book XXXII." Created by Rebecca Mack co...

    Image 98 > Item No 1 > Folder 1: Book XXXII > Box 278: Rebecca Mack Scrapbooks circa 1948-1949 > Series 5: Scrapbooks
    ... Blind which sponsors the trip. You have to know.what -Mark Twain meant wheji he said'that jhe two most ^interesting ...
  8. Excerpt from Encore with a Helen Keller article titled "How I Learned the Meaning of Love".

    1947
    Image 2 > Item No 26 > Folder 2: Writing by Helen Keller: The Story of My Life, publication, 1903-1956 > Box 230: Writing by HK: S - T > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
    ... Happiness The Future of the Earth A. B. Frost: Mark Twain of American Illustrators . Profile of a Woman ...
  9. A biography of Helen Keller by an anonymous author written for Talking Book readers

    October 14, 1946
    Image 3 > Item No 10 > Folder 7: Writing about Helen Keller: Unknown authors > Box 223: Writing about HK: W - Writing by HK: B > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
    ... over the world* A few years before his death, Mark twain said, "The two most interesting characters of the ...
  10. Letter from Kathern F. Gruber to Helen Keller regarding the possibility of her writing a letter to t...

    February 19, 1945
    Image 2 > Item No 2 > Folder 1: Events: Military - Veterans (general) > Box 35: Events > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
    ... is also a graduate of Hadoliff and Harvard Universities. Mark Twain has said that th© Nineteenth Century has produced ...
  11. Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Blind. Book XXIII." Created by Rebecca Mack co...

    Image 69 > Item No 1 > Folder 1: Book XXIII > Box 275: Rebecca Mack Scrapbooks circa 1940-1942 > Series 5: Scrapbooks
    ... : ove a n< Thi atti Extracts from n Mark Twain, a Portraitby Edgar Lee Masters> Page* 188.» Other ...
  12. Scrapbook entitled "Scrapbook of Helen Keller and The Blind. Book XXIII." Created by Rebecca Mack co...

    Image 71 > Item No 1 > Folder 1: Book XXIII > Box 275: Rebecca Mack Scrapbooks circa 1940-1942 > Series 5: Scrapbooks
    Extracts from n Mark Twain, a Portrait", by Edgar Lee Masters,
  13. Article, "Helen Keller Pities the Real Unseeing" by Kathryn Cravens from New York Times Magazine

    June 23, 1940
    Image 2 > Item No 8 > Folder 7: Writing about Helen Keller: C-General, 1906-1952 > Box 217: Writing about HK: B - C > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
    ... the same and every night the same as day.” Mark Twain assured him he was mistaken. “Blindness is an ...
  14. Various articles from Tampa, Florida publications about Helen Keller's lecture advocating for the bl...

    February 21, 1942
    Image 2 > Item No 12 > Folder 10: 1942 > Box 247: Press Clippings 1934-1945 > Series 4: Press Clippings
    ... her work for the blind in that Kingdom. When Mark Twain was asjced to name the two whom he ...
  15. Correspondence regarding a Lions Club convention in Kentucky where Helen Keller spoke.

    May 19, 1944
    Image 11 > Item No 4 > Folder 3: Correspondence from the general public and organizations: 1944 (A-Z) > Box 116: General Public Correspondence 1942-1948 > Sub Series 7: General Public and Organizations > Series 1: General Correspondence
    ... who will discuss postwar planni Miss Keller, of whom Mark Twain once said, “the two _m°st interesting characters of ...
  16. A brief biography of Helen Keller produced by the American Foundation for the Blind

    1942
    Image 3 > Item No 2 > Folder 2: Writing about Helen Keller: American Foundation for the Blind, 1933-1955 > Box 216: Writing about HK: A - B > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
    ... over the world. A few years before his death, Mark Twain said, “The two most interesting characters of the ...
  17. A brief biography of Helen Keller produced by the American Foundation for the Blind

    1942
    Image 7 > Item No 2 > Folder 2: Writing about Helen Keller: American Foundation for the Blind, 1933-1955 > Box 216: Writing about HK: A - B > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
    ... over the world. A few years before his death, Mark Twain said, “The two most interesting characters of the ...
  18. Article from the State College Leader announcing upcoming Helen Keller lecture in Hays, Kansas

    October 23, 1941
    Image 1 > Item No 3 > Folder 9: October-December 1941 > Box 247: Press Clippings 1934-1945 > Series 4: Press Clippings
    Mark Twain once named Held K ’"er and Napoleon as ...
  19. A brief biography of Helen Keller produced by the American Foundation for the Blind

    1947
    Image 4 > Item No 3 > Folder 2: Writing about Helen Keller: American Foundation for the Blind, 1933-1955 > Box 216: Writing about HK: A - B > Series 2: Writing about/by Helen Keller
    ... over the world. A few years before his death, Mark Twain said, “The two most interesting characters of the ...
  20. Article from the Salt Lake City Deseret News reporting on Helen Keller's recent lecture

    March 13, 1941
    Image 1 > Item No 37 > Folder 8: January-April 1941 > Box 247: Press Clippings 1934-1945 > Series 4: Press Clippings
    ... the great future of power and beauty for America.” Mark Twain once said: “The two most interesting characters of ...