Keller, Helen  (1880 – 1968)
American Author and Lecturer. Born in Tuscumbia, Alabama. She was left blind, deaf and mute as the result of an illness at 19 months of age. Educated by Anne Sullivan Macy, she went on to lecture across the U.S. and abroad. Her fame changed the way that people regarded those with disabilities.

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donation card (undated) American Foundation for the Blind
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letter to Mr. Crouse (November 24, 1936) Helen Keller
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letter to undisclosed (April 22, 1928) Helen Keller
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letter to Mr. Crouse (April 25, 1928) Helen Keller
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letter to undisclosed (June 12, 1925) Helen Keller
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