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Helen Keller And Tommy Stringer
Thenceforth Tommy became the burden of Helenís thought and conversation. She talked about him to her friends; she wrote letter upon letter asking aid for him. At this time occurred a pathetic incident that was the means of turning toward the little blind boy the kindly interest and generous gifts that accomplished his rescue....
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Title: Helen Keller And Tommy Stringer
Creator: William Ellis (author)
Date: October 1897
Format: Article
Publication: St. Nicholas; An Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.24, no.12, pp.996-1000
Keywords: Animals; Anne Sullivan; Blind; Boston, MA; Charity; Children; Communication; Deaf; Deaf-blind; Education; Helen Keller; Institutions; Kindergarten; Manual Alphabet; Media; Oralism; Pennsylvania; Perkins School For The Blind; Schools; Sensory Disability; Tommy Stringer
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