Miss Helen Keller, the blind Canadian girl, of whom we recently gave a short sketch, succeeded in every preliminary examination she took for Radcliffe College in June last. The subjects which Miss Keller passed in are English, elementary French, elementary German, the history of Greece and Rome, elementary Latjn, and advaneed.German. She has had only one year of work on strictly college preparatory lines. Miss Sullivan, her teacher, who has on past occasions served as eyes and ears for her, was not with her during this examination, nor even in the Building. . '
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 10448, 19 October 1897
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