Side view of wooden structure at Ivy Green that served as Helen Keller's school house. Text on verso reads: "Birthplace of Helen Keller, Tuscumbia, Alabama. Here is the little school-house adjacent to the Helen Keller home, where the miracle took place that made this amazing woman the wonder of the world. In Miss Keller's honor, the first public library in the State of Alabama was opened at Tuscumbia and named 'The Helen Keller Library'."
Tuscumbia (Ala.); Alabama; Southern States; Keller, Helen, 1880-1968--Homes and haunts; Ivy Green (Tuscumbia, Ala.)
Tuscumbia (Ala.); Alabama; Southern States
3 x 5 color postcard; Published by Anderson News Company (Florence, Ala.); Curteichcolor 3-D natural Color Reproduction; No. 8CK1589.
University of North Alabama, Collier Library Archives
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