Helen Keller Net Worth

Helen Keller Biography

Personal Life: Though the majority of the details of her life comes in the web and media, information linked to her love lifestyle is normally inaccessible. Keller and Kate Adams. Early Lifestyle (Childhood): Helen was created on 27th of June 1880 in Tuscumbia, Alabama, USA. She was created to Arthur H. She was also a political activist, and lecturer. She grew up in middle income family. Interesting Specifics: Though she was created normal with the standard hearing and seeing capacity, she became deaf and blind after experiencing scarlet fever or meningitis.Who’s Helen Keller: Helen Keller was a talented writer and the first deafblind person to earn a bachelor of arts degree. Achievement: She’s been honored as the Gallup’s Most Broadly Admired Folks of the 20th hundred years. Rumor: It is stated that she experienced a number of strokes when she was 81.

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Quick Facts

Full NameHelen Keller
DiedJune 1, 1968, Easton, Connecticut, United States
ProfessionTeacher, Author, Peace activist
EducationRadcliffe College, The Cambridge School of Weston, Wright-Humason School for the Deaf, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Perkins School for the Blind
ParentsArthur H. Keller, Kate Adams Keller
SiblingsMildred Keller, William Simpson Keller, James Keller, Phillips Keller
AwardsPresidential Medal of Freedom
MoviesThe Miracle Worker, Helen Keller in Her Story

Interesting Facts

1 She was stranded in Cleveland, Ohio in the infamous "White Hurricane Storm," in November 1913 while she was completed a public speaking engagement.
2 In 1937, she brought the first Akita (a breed of dog found only in Japan) to the United States. It was a gift from a speaking tour.
3 When she was 36 Helen fell in love with Peter Fagan, a 29-year-old Socialist and newspaperman who was her temporary secretary. The couple took out a marriage license, intending a secret wedding. But a Boston reporter found out about the license, and his witless article on the romance horrified Helen's stern mother, who ordered Mr. Fagan out of the house and broke up the love affair. Helen never had any contact with Peter ever again.
4 Her portrayal by Patty Duke in The Miracle Worker (1962) won Duke the Best Supporting Actress Oscar at age 16, a record that remained unbroken until Tatum O'Neal, at age 10, won in the same category for Paper Moon (1973).
5 Founding Member of the ACLU.
6 When she arrived in Hollywood in the mid 1910s, she befriended 'Charles Chaplin', whom was very friendly with her and was her favorite movie star. Photographs were taken with the two and are in print today.
7 The most common question she was asked during public appearances was, "Do you close your eyes when you sleep?" Her standard reply was, "I don't know. I've never stayed awake long enough to find out!"
8 The Helen Keller Society (American Foundation for the Blind) was, sadly, located in one of the Twin Towers.
9 The blind children of Japan always called Helen Keller "Mother", as a sign of respect.
10 Wrote her first autobiographical book, The Story of My Life, while still in college.
11 Founded The John Milton Society for the Blind in 1928 to develop an inter-denominational ministry to bring spiritual guidance and religious literature to deaf and blind persons.
12 Charter member of the National Women's Hall of Fame in 1973.
13 Contracted scarlet fever which led to her total visual and hearing impairment at a very young age.
14 Pictured with Anne Sullivan on a 15¢ US commemorative postage stamp issued in their honor, 27 June 1980.
15 Blind and deaf student of teacher Anne Sullivan.
16 Learned German, Latin, Greek, and French before she graduated from Radcliffe College.
17 Was the first woman to receive an honorary degree from Harvard University
18 Was awarded the French Legion of Honor and the Congressional Medal of Freedom
19 She helped promote the use of Braille among blind people.
20 Performed in vaudeville with Anne Sullivan.
21 She became a socialist while in her early 20s.
22 Befriended 10 U.S. presidents
23 Had her eyes replaced with glass eyes when she was 30
24 Graduated from Radcliffe College in 1904, becoming the first deaf/blind person ever to attend an institute of higher learning, and the first deaf/blind person ever to receive a Bachelor of Arts degree.


1 I have always thought it would be a blessing if each person could be blind and deaf for a few days during his early adult life. Darkness would make him appreciate sight. Silence would teach him the joys of sound.
2 I long to accomplish a great and noble task, but it is my chief duty to accomplish humble tasks as though they were great and noble. The world is moved along, not only by the mighty shoves of it's heroes, but also by the aggregate of the tiny pushes of each honest worker.
3 On the "White Hurricane Storm" in November 1913 in Cleveland, Ohio: I knew it was storming before I was told. The rooms, the corridors, everywhere within this building vibrates with the power of the storm outside. The storm waves, like sound waves or the waves of the wireless, will not be denied by stone walls and plate glass windows.
4 On change: We could never learn to be brave and patient, if there were only joy in the world.
5 Although the world is very full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it.
6 If I am an optimist, my testimony to the creed of optimism is worth hearing.
7 They took away what should have been my eyes (but I remembered Milton's Paradise). They took away what should have been my ears, (Beethoven came and wiped away my tears) They took away what should have been my tongue, (but I had talked with god when I was young) He would not let them take away my soul, possessing that I still possess the whole.
8 Instead of comparing our lot with that of those who are more fortunate than we are, we should compare it with the lot of the great majority of our fellow men. It then appears that we are among the privileged.
9 One can never consent to creep when one feels an impulse to soar.
10 The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart.
11 Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.
12 Life is a daring adventure or nothing. Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature.



Adventures from the Book of Virtues 1998 TV Series book "The Story of My Life" - 1 episode
The Miracle Worker 1962 book "The Story of My Life" - uncredited


Black 2005 dedicatee


Biography 1963 TV Series documentary Herself
The Unconquered 1954 Documentary Herself
Deliverance 1919 Herself

Archive Footage

American Experience 2013 TV Series documentary Herself
Muscle Shoals 2013 Documentary Herself
The 20th Century: A Moving Visual History 1999 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself
Biography 1996 TV Series documentary Herself

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