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|Genre/Form:||Records and correspondence
|Named Person:||Michael Anagnos; Helen Keller; Annie Sullivan; Michael Anagnos; Helen Keller; Annie Sullivan|
|Document Type:||Book, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Description:||1 folder (38 items)|
Also included is Miss Sullivan's instruction schedule, quotations from passages written by her student, details of their trips to Washington, D.C. and Boston, Massachusetts, and references to the financial affairs of the Perkins Institute. Several letters refer to Miss Sullivan's use of telegraphy as a means of communication with the handicapped, her feelings concerning her contributions as a woman to special education, and her opinions on the education of the deaf.
- Anagnos, Michael, -- 1837-1906.
- Keller, Helen, -- 1880-1968.
- Sullivan, Annie, -- 1866-1936.
- Perkins School for the Blind.
- Children with disabilities -- Education.
- Women teachers.
- Women -- Correspondence.
- Boston (Mass.)
- Tuscumbia (Ala.)
- Alabama -- Tuscumbia.
- Massachusetts -- Boston.