Typewriter of the moment: Helen Keller (again)


Helen Keller at her typewriter, 1946 - Perkins School for the Blind

Helen Keller at her typewriter, circa 1946 – Perkins School for the Blind

Helen Keller at her typewriter, circa 1946

Helen Keller at her typewriter, circa 1946. Perkins School for the Blind caption: In 1902, Helen Keller became the first person who was deafblind to write a book. Her autobiography, The Story of My Life, was the first of 14 books she wrote in her lifetime.

Earlier at Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub:  “Typewriter of the Moment:  Helen Keller”

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3 Responses to Typewriter of the moment: Helen Keller (again)

  1. Ed Darrell says:

    I agree — the typewriter looks more 1920s than 1940s — but that’s the year given by the school. I couldn’t find another copy of the photo on Tineye to compare.

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  2. Colm McGinn says:

    It looks more 1926, or 1916, than 1946

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