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Sixtieth Annual Report Of The Trustees Of The Perkins Institution And Massachusetts Asylum For The Blind
It is hardly necessary for me to state here that Helenís story, however imperfectly it may be told, is one of unrivalled interest. It continues to be as fascinating as a fairy tale. Although some of its points have been briefly touched upon in previous accounts, yet new incidents add freshness to its pathos and variety to its surprises, and render it a narrative of absorbing interest, a rich treasury of wonders and an abundant source of inspiration....
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Title: Sixtieth Annual Report Of The Trustees Of The Perkins Institution And Massachusetts Asylum For The Blind
Creator: Michael Anagnos (author)
Date: 1891
Format: Annual Report
Source: Perkins School for the Blind
Location: pp.52-302
Keywords: Advocacy; Alabama; Alexander Graham Bell; Animals; Anne Sullivan; Art; Arthur Keller; Benevolence; Biography; Blind; Boston, MA; Charity; Children; Correspondence; Deaf; Deaf-blind; Education; Edward Everett Hale; Frost King; Fundraising; Germany; Hartford, CT; Helen Keller; Institutions; Intelligence; John Greenleaf Whittier; Julia Ward Howe; Kate Keller; Laura Bridgman; Library; Manual Alphabet; Massachusetts; Media; Michael Anagnos; Mildred Keller; Music; Mute; Newspapers; Norway; Oliver Wendell Holmes; Oralism; Paris, France; Perkins School For The Blind; Philanthropy; Phillips Brooks; Philosophy; Poetry; Psychology; Ragnhild Kaata; Religion; Samuel Gridley Howe; Sarah Fuller; Schools; Sensory Disability; Social Hygiene; Sophia Hopkins; Spiritualism; Tommy Stringer; Travel; Tuscumbia, AL; William Shakespeare; William Wade
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