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Helen Keller Opens Shop For Blind
Miss Keller and her teacher, Mrs Macy, were of course the main attractions and the 200 or more people who were present on the green when Miss Keller delivered her address from the porch of the little shop will not soon forget the expressive face of the blind girl as she spoke, nor the joy with which her features were lighted. She fairly quivered as she proceeded, for she was highly sensible of the importance of the moment and she probably felt that her words would bring somewhat of joy to the 4000 blind persons in this state as well as those who are blind everywhere....
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Title: Helen Keller Opens Shop For Blind
Creator: n/a
Date: August 8, 1908
Format: Article
Publication: Boston Globe
Source: Perkins School for the Blind
Keywords: Anne Sullivan; Blind; Charles Campbell; Deaf-blind; Economics; Edward M. Hartwell; Employment; Helen Keller; Labor; Labor & Commerce; Manchester, MA; Massachusetts; Massachusetts Commission For The Blind; Religion; Sensory Disability; Sheltered Workshop; Social Welfare & Communities; Social Welfare & Employment; Work
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy
Note: From Helen Keller Newspaper Notices (1907) Scrapbook