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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 05, 1912, Image 9

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HELEN KELLER TO OPEN BLIND AND DEAF MINDS
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Helen Keller telling of her dream of the new world of the future
By Harry Burton.
Cresson, Pa., Aug: 5. "Most
persons think that 'Helen1 Keller's
life has BEEN lived that it is'
enough that a blind, deaf and
dumb girl should have" won her
way through school and college,
should have written books and
should finally have learned to
speak with her lips words that
she may never hear -butWicy are1
all wrong! -
- "Helen Keller's life has, as &
matter of fact, only just BEGUN!
"All the rest that has gone be
fore has 'been avs nothing; Only
the merest preparation the get
ting ready to do REALLY great
things that shall, perhaps, help all
mankind !"
Helen Keller, herself, 'leaning
forward in her chair, spoke ihe
words. Her w great blue eyes,
though unseeing, blazed with

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