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Wright-Humason School course picture, 1895 - Helen and Anne are seated at front-left

When Helen was 13, Helen and also Anne relocated to brand-new York City. There Helen attend the Wright-Humason institution for the deaf. She was the just student that was deaf and blind. In class, Anne read everything and also signed what she read right into Helen\"s hand. Helen devoured information and also became able to interact with various other adults and children.


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She was even learning just how to speak.

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