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Anne Sullivan

Anne Sullivan (April 14, 1866 - October 20, 1936) was born in Feeding Hills[?], Massachusetts. After regaining her eyesight from a series of operations and graduating as class valedictorian[?] in 1886 from the Perkins Institute for the Blind, she began teaching Helen Keller.

Anne married John Albert Macy, the editor of Helen's autobiography, on May 2, 1905.

Biography Anne Sullivan Macy Nella Braddy[?] 1933 Doubleday, Doran & Co. Random House
Helen and Teacher Joseph P. Lash[?] 1980, reissued 1997

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