Together 3 pages, 4to, one on American Foundation for Overseas Blind, Inc. letterhead, with two original stamped and postmarked envelopes. [With:] Two identical black and white portraits of Helen Keller sniffing a rose. PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL CORRESPONDENCE OF HELEN KELLER. 16 February 1952: "...May the tree we dedicate to your birthday flourish..."; 2 April 1953, a form letter, soliciting money for the American Foundation of Overseas Blind, Inc.; 13 July 1960: "...How pleased I was to notice the improvement in your face when we left! And I hope you will rest thoroughly this summer..." Together 3 items." /> KELLER, HELEN. Three typed letters signed ("Helen Keller") to Katharine Cornell and William Decker, Arcan Ridge, Connecticut and New York, 16 February 1952-13 July 1960. <I>Together 3 pages, 4to, one on American Foundation for Overseas Blind, Inc. letterhead, with two original stamped and postmarked envelopes</I>. [<I>With</I>:] Two identical black and white portraits of Helen Keller sniffing a rose. PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL CORRESPONDENCE OF HELEN KELLER. <I>16 February 1952</I>: "...May the tree we dedicate to your birthday flourish..."; <I>2 April 1953</I>, a form letter, soliciting money for the American Foundation of Overseas Blind, Inc.; <I>13 July 1960</I>: "...How pleased I was to notice the improvement in your face when we left! And I hope you will rest thoroughly this summer..." <I>Together 3 items. | Christie's