• Created Date
  • 1957
  • Description
  • A raised likeness of Helen Keller's face on a medallion, with the words "Helen Keller Award" curved around the top. A type-written note attached reads: "August 26, 1957. Dear Mrs. Henney, I believe Polly spoke to you about the enclosed photo which we think is quite good - don't you? I was sorry to hear that you have been 'under the weather' but I do hope you are feeling much better now. Polly has asked Bill and me to drive them to your New Ham... more
    A raised likeness of Helen Keller's face on a medallion, with the words "Helen Keller Award" curved around the top. A type-written note attached reads: "August 26, 1957. Dear Mrs. Henney, I believe Polly spoke to you about the enclosed photo which we think is quite good - don't you? I was sorry to hear that you have been 'under the weather' but I do hope you are feeling much better now. Polly has asked Bill and me to drive them to your New Hampshire home some time in October. Of course we shall be delighted to do so and we are all looking forward to seeing you once again. Bill joins me in sending kind regards to you and Mr. Henney. Affectionately, Evelyn [S---]. Medallic Art Company 325 East 45th Street New York 17, New York. less
  • Format
  • Objects
    Medals
    Black and white photograph
  • Rights
  • Samuel P. Hayes Research Library, Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, MA. Contact host institution for more information.