Helen Keller with her Great Dane
Helen Keller (1880-1968) born blind deaf mute. Thanks to her governess she overcame these handicaps, studied and created in 1921 the American Foundation for the Blind. Pictured here on the S.S. Cleveland with her Great Dane dog, given to her by Robert Ltuz, a German publisher.
© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans
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Hamlet by William Shakespeare
Promotional postcard of one of R. C. Carters 1901 cartoons of famous performers of the day. Forbes-Robertson As The Moody Dane. Johnston Forbes-Robertson was widely regarded as the best Hamlet of the early twentieth century. He is shown plucking hairs still attached to Yoricks skull. Date: 1901
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Ms 490. Folio 63r. Roman of Ogier the Dane (Ogier
Ms 490. Folio 63r. Roman of Ogier the Dane (Ogier le Danois), legendary character of the 8th century. Encounter of two armies. Prose chronicle ca. 1405 after 'Chronique rim饠de Bertrand du Guesclin ' 14th century epic poem by the troubadour (trouv貥) Cuvelier, Cunelier or Cimelier. Gothic art. Miniature Painting. FRANCE. PICARDY. OISE. Chantilly. Mus饠Cond頨Cond頍useum).
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