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Childhood 1880-1894

  Ivy Green, where Helen was bornIvy Green, where Helen was born
  Helen's mother, Kate Adams Keller, 1900Helen's mother, Kate Adams Keller, 1900
  Portrait of Anne Sullivan, 1887Portrait of Anne Sullivan, 1887
  The water pump where Helen made her miraculous breakthroughThe water pump where Helen made her miraculous breakthrough
  Helen's early writingHelen's early writing
  Photograph of the Boy's Kindergarten class at the Perkins School for the Blind, c. 1880Photograph of the Boy's Kindergarten class at the Perkins School for the Blind, c. 1880
  Helen touching the branch of a treeHelen touching the branch of a tree
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Education 1894-1904

  Wright-Humason School class picture, 1895 - Helen and Anne are seated at front-leftWright-Humason School class picture, 1895 - Helen and Anne are seated at front-left
  Helen's certificate of admission to Radcliffe College, 1899Helen's certificate of admission to Radcliffe College, 1899
  Helen and Anne playing chess, 1900Helen and Anne playing chess, 1900
  Helen Keller, Anne Sullivan, Mark Twain, and Laurence Hutton, circa 1902Helen Keller, Anne Sullivan, Mark Twain, and Laurence Hutton, circa 1902
  Helen, Anne, and Alexander Graham Bell, 1901Helen, Anne, and Alexander Graham Bell, 1901
  Helen sitting on a stone wall reading braille, 1902Helen sitting on a stone wall reading braille, 1902
  Helen with her Boston Terrier, reading a braille book, 1904Helen with her Boston Terrier, reading a braille book, 1904
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Young Woman 1904-1924

  Anne Sullivan explains how Helen learned to speakAnne Sullivan explains how Helen learned to speak
  Helen, Anne, and Anne's husband, John Macy at their home in WrenthamHelen, Anne, and Anne's husband, John Macy at their home in Wrentham
  Polly Thomson, Anne Sullivan, Helen Keller, and Charlie Chaplin, 1918Polly Thomson, Anne Sullivan, Helen Keller, and Charlie Chaplin, 1918
  Photograph of Helen, Anne and Henry Ford, 1920Photograph of Helen, Anne and Henry Ford, 1920
  Helen in her vaudeville dressing room, 1920Helen in her vaudeville dressing room, 1920
  Helen Keller with a wounded soldier, 1919Helen Keller with a wounded soldier, 1919
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Champion of the Blind 1924-1946

  Helen at AFB, testing a communication device for the deaf-blind, around 1950Helen at AFB, testing a communication device for the deaf-blind, around 1950
  Helen Keller, President Herbert Hoover, and international delegates outside the White House, 1932Helen Keller, President Herbert Hoover, and international delegates outside the White House, 1932
  Helen with a little girl listening to the radio, 1938Helen with a little girl listening to the radio, 1938
  Helen at the typewriter, Polly Thomson standing beside her, 1933Helen at the typewriter, Polly Thomson standing beside her, 1933
  Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan MacyHelen Keller and Anne Sullivan Macy
  Helen touches the face of a wounded soldier at a hospital in North Carolina, 1945Helen touches the face of a wounded soldier at a hospital in North Carolina, 1945
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World Leader 1946-1968

  Helen visiting disabled, deaf, and blind children in post-war Rome, Italy, 1946Helen visiting disabled, deaf, and blind children in post-war Rome, Italy, 1946
  Helen and Polly visiting Japan, 1948Helen and Polly visiting Japan, 1948
  Helen receiving a shield from Zulus, 1952Helen receiving a shield from Zulus, 1952
  Helen holding her Oscar, 1955Helen holding her Oscar, 1955
  Helen listening to an opera singerHelen listening to an opera singer
  Helen Keller with John F. Kennedy, 1961Helen Keller with John F. Kennedy, 1961
  Helen Keller at 78 years old, 1959Helen Keller at 78 years old, 1959




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