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Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan Macy

Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan Macy
A full-length portrait of Anne and Helen during their lecture tour in 1920. Anne is seated, with a book in her left hand, which she’s reading and signing into Helen's hand. They are both wearing fancy dresses that are embroidered and have sequins. Helen's dress is white and sleeveless, and her hair is curled up behind her head. Anne's dress is dark and has cutaway holes in the short sleeves; her hair is short and shaped into small waves around her head. The women gave an autographed copy of this picture to Walter G. Holmes, manager and editor of the Ziegler Magazine for the Blind.

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