Manuscripts/Mixed Material Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Rebecca E. Sparrow, February 7, 1902
Bell, Alexander Graham
Sparrow, Rebecca E.
Study and Teaching
- Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Rebecca E. Sparrow, February 7, 1902
- Contributor Names
- Bell, Alexander Graham
- Sparrow, Rebecca E.
- Created / Published
- February 7, 1902
- Subject Headings
- - Printing--Visible Speech
- - Deaf--Education
- - Visible Speech--Study and teaching
- - Articulation--Study and teaching
- - Correspondence
- Call Number
- Series: Subject File
- MSS51268: Folder: The Deaf, Visible Speech, Correspondence, 1873-1914
- Source Collection
- Alexander Graham Bell family papers, 1834-1974.
- Manuscript Division
- Digital Id
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Letter from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow to Mabel Hubbard Bell made available here with permission from Frances Wetherell.
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Letter from H.G. Wells to Alexander Graham Bell made available here with permission from A.P. Watt Ltd. on behalf of the Trustees of the Estate of H.G. Wells, 20 John Street, London WC1N 2DR United Kingdom.
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