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Head and shoulders portrait of Anne Sullivan, circa 1894. In this image, Anne faces the camera with a slight smile. Her head is tilted a little to her right. A long thick braid of hair appears to be curled at the top of her head and curly wisps of hair frame her face. Her light-colored dress has a wide neck with lace edging. A rose is pinned to her gown.

Head and shoulders portrait of Anne Sullivan, circa 1894. In this image, Anne faces the camera with a slight smile. Her head is tilted a little to her right. A long thick braid of hair appears to be curled at the top of her head and curly wisps of hair frame her face. Her light-colored dress has a wide neck with lace edging. A rose is pinned to her gown.

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Helen Keller, even though she was unable to hear or see, was famous from the age of 8 until her death in 1968. Her wide range of political, cultural, and intellectual interests and activities ensured that she knew people in all spheres of life. Leading personalities were her friends She counted leading personalities of the […]

Miss Sullivan reading to Helen Keller, 1902.  Visit the Perkins Archives Flicker page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/perkinsarchive/collections/

For nearly five decades, Anne Sullivan was Helen Keller's teacher, friend, and constant companion. This collection contains portraits of Sullivan, images of her with Helen Keller and other images and documents that pertain to her life. Anne Sullivan was born in April 1866 in Feeding Hills, a village in western Massachusetts. When Sullivan was about five years old, she contracted trachoma, an eye disease caused by bacteria. Over time the recurring irritation and scarring of the cornea caused…

Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan, "W-A-T-E-R" by Laurie A. Conley

"W-A-T-E-R" One day in the spring of 1887 Helen Keller, then almost 7 years old, learned that there were names and words for everything. Her teacher, Anne Sullivan, spelled the word "w-a-t-e-r" over and over into the palm of one of Helen's hands while running water over her other hand at the family pump. Helen's world opened up and her life was changed forever. I enjoyed reading about Helen this week while working on this illustration. Here are links to some of the sites I especially liked…

Maya Angelou (1928-2014): Poet, author and early Civil Rights advocate. Angelou’s early career was in the theater, and she co-wrote, "Cabaret for Freedom" to raise funds for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, for which she later became northern coordinator. She raised social consciousness through writings such as, "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" and "The Heart of a Woman". She was a nominee for a Tony, an Emmy, and a Pulitzer Prize.

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HELEN KELLER & TEACHER/ COMPANION ANNE SULLIVAN MACY

Description: Studio portrait of Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan Macy with Keller seated and Sullivan Macy standing behind with her arm around Keller. Their hands clasped in the manner of tactile sign language. Sullivan, a white woman, is wearing a dark top and Keller, also a white woman, is wearing a light colored dress. The background is of cumulus clouds and they have high contrast lighting raking across their faces. This photograph was probably taken as a publicity photograph for a lecture…

Young Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan, circa 1888. Visit the Perkins Archives Flicker page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/perkinsarchive/collections/

For nearly five decades, Anne Sullivan was Helen Keller's teacher, friend, and constant companion. This collection contains portraits of Sullivan, images of her with Helen Keller and other images and documents that pertain to her life. Anne Sullivan was born in April 1866 in Feeding Hills, a village in western Massachusetts. When Sullivan was about five years old, she contracted trachoma, an eye disease caused by bacteria. Over time the recurring irritation and scarring of the cornea caused…

Johanna "Anne" Mansfield Sullivan Macy, best known as Anne Sullivan, was an Irish-American teacher best known as the instructor and companion of Helen Keller.

Johanna "Anne" Mansfield Sullivan Macy, best known as Anne Sullivan, was an Irish-American teacher best known as the instructor and companion of Helen Keller.

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Adaptation of stage play originally performed by both Anne Bancroft as Annie Sullivan the young teacher of blind and deaf Helen Keller (Patty Duke). Both actresses win Oscars for their touching performances.