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Of Beautiful Springtimes and Unfortunate Transcriptions

Yes, it is good to be home now with the daffodils and hyacinths, the lawn thick with soft young blades...

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Opening InSights Art Submissions

One of my favorite experiences as InSights Art Coordinator is when I can finally blow the dust off my box...

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Susan Merwin’s Library

What would people know about you if the only clue to your identity came from the books you left behind?...

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What Helen Keller Said: Celebrating Women’s History Month

Entire books and websites have been devoted to quotes by Helen Keller. Often the quotes are brief, pleasant, and even...

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The Way We Worked

Lots of changes are afoot here at APH. We are knee deep in construction in the building as part of...

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Phase Boxes and Flat Dots: Preserving Braille Materials in the KSB Alumni Association Collection

Our next-door neighbor the Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB) has a long and rich history, and as such has...

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Finding Sadie

“The blind veterans here in the Helen Keller class are able, thru talking books, to obliterate the tedious hospital hours...

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Perspectives on a Piano

Photo caption: Left to right, unknown man, Ted Hull, Stevie Wonder, and Hamilton Bohannon in Trafalgar Square, London on concert...

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You’ve Got Mail

Where would we be without the internet and email? “Electronic mail” has become such an entrenched form of communication in...

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The Kentucky School for the Blind Alumni Association Archive

In 2020, the Kentucky School for the Blind [KSB] Alumni Association signed an agreement that gave the care of the...

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As the Blind See the Yuletide

In 1904, the Ladies Home Journal published a piece by Helen Keller titled, “As the Blind See the Yuletide.” For...

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Photographs as Time Capsules of the Past

The holiday season is decidedly upon us, and with workplace parties on the calendar I was curious what holiday-related items...

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Remembering Raymond

  Raymond Randles in his studio office in 1993. The time between Thanksgiving and Christmas here in our museum is...

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A Token of Japanese American Friendship

Even a simple inquiry about one item in an archive can have a surprising number of highs, lows, twists, and...

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Come to the Museum: Events November 22 – June 2023

Planning museum events has been tricky the last few years, what with the pandemic, of course, and then APH’s plans...

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