• Creator
  • Anagnos, Michael, 1837-1906
  • Created Date
  • 1886
  • Description
  • August 26th My dear Annie, Please read the enclosed letters carefully, and let me know at your earliest convenience whether you would be disposed to consider favorably an offer of a position in the family of Mr. Keller as governess of his little deaf-mute and blind daughter. I have no other information about the standing and responsibility of the man save that contained in his own letters: but, if you decide to be a candidate for the position,... more
    August 26th My dear Annie, Please read the enclosed letters carefully, and let me know at your earliest convenience whether you would be disposed to consider favorably an offer of a position in the family of Mr. Keller as governess of his little deaf-mute and blind daughter. I have no other information about the standing and responsibility of the man save that contained in his own letters: but, if you decide to be a candidate for the position, it is an easy matter to write and ask for further particulars. I remain, dear Annie, with kind remembrances to Mrs. Hopkins, Sincerely your friend, M. Anagnos. Miss Annie M. Sullivan. Brewster, Mass. Michael Anagnos, the director of Perkins School for the Blind, contacts Annie Sullivan to ask if she might be interested in working with Helen Keller. Michael Anagnos. less
  • Format
  • Correspondence
    Letter
  • Rights
  • Samuel P. Hayes Research Library, Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, MA. Contact host institution for more information.