• Creator
  • Sullivan, Annie, 1866-1936
  • Created Date
  • 1887
  • Description
  • I think she wrote about everything that happened on the way home, and I do not know when she would finish the letter if I had not told her to say good-by. I have not corrected or changed the letter in any way. She was the acknowledged Belle of Huntsville while we stayed. Old and young could not fail to be interested by the bright little lady. Never did a teacher have more reason to be proud of a pupil A sweeter or brighter child it would be im... more
    I think she wrote about everything that happened on the way home, and I do not know when she would finish the letter if I had not told her to say good-by. I have not corrected or changed the letter in any way. She was the acknowledged Belle of Huntsville while we stayed. Old and young could not fail to be interested by the bright little lady. Never did a teacher have more reason to be proud of a pupil A sweeter or brighter child it would be impossible to find... Handwritten letter from Anne Sullivan to Michael Anagnos, Director of Perkins School for the Blind. Anagnos was responsible for sending Anne Sullivan to Tuscumbia, Alabama to teach Helen Keller. The letter discusses observations and details relating to the early education of Helen Keller. Annie M. Sullivan. less
  • Format
  • Correspondence
    Letter
  • Rights
  • Samuel P. Hayes Research Library, Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, MA. Contact host institution for more information.