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Miss Helen Keller Ill
Miss Helen Keller, the deaf, dumb and blind woman, has broken down under the physical and mental strain of her course at Radcliffe College, and the subsequent work which she has been doing to aid those similarly afflicted. Her physician has ordered a long period of complete rest, and in accordance with his directions all work which Miss Keller had in hand and several engagements to appear at public meetings in aid of the blind have been given up....
|Title:||Miss Helen Keller Ill|
|Date:||February 10, 1906|
|Publication:||The New York Times|
|Source:||Available at selected libraries|
|Keywords:||Blind; Deaf; Deaf-blind; Doctors; Education; Educational Institutions; Higher Education; Medical Professionals; Medicine; Physical Disability; Sensory Disability|