• Creator
  • Sullivan, Annie, 1866-1936
  • Created Date
  • 1887
  • Description
  • Month proud and happy. Proud because your patience and perseverance had conquered all difficulties and given the city I so dearly love, one more place of lasting interest. And happy because the little people were to be care for, and that our dear one's wish was granted. I sincerely hope the Kindergarten will prosper and grow until all your hopes are realized. Now I trust you will give that poor brain the rest it so much needs. I was sorry to h... more
    Month proud and happy. Proud because your patience and perseverance had conquered all difficulties and given the city I so dearly love, one more place of lasting interest. And happy because the little people were to be care for, and that our dear one's wish was granted. I sincerely hope the Kindergarten will prosper and grow until all your hopes are realized. Now I trust you will give that poor brain the rest it so much needs. I was sorry to hear of Mr. Roger's death. I wrote to Miss Rogers as soon as I read it. I suppose you hear of my little pupil's progress, from Mrs. Hopkins. It is a constant pleasure to me, to watch her mind unfolding day by day, and to see her face light up with the beauty of intelligence. She is becoming attached to me and I can see that she obeys more from love than because she thinks... Handwritten letter from Anne M. Sullivan to Michael Anagnos, director of Perkins Institution, soon after her arrival in Alabama. 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.