Folder 1 : Anne Sullivan (later Anne Sullivan Macy), alone [1880s, 1930s], 16 photographs, many duplicates.
Folder 2 : Helen Keller as a child, with others [1890s] 7 photographs, some duplicates.
Folder 3 : Helen Keller as a child, with Anne Sullivan Macy [1880s-1890s] 13 photographs, a reproduction negative and photomechanical reproductions, many duplicates.
Folder 4 : Helen Keller as a child, alone, or with her dog (Lioness) [1880s-1890s], 12 photographs, some duplicates.
Folder 5 : Helen Keller with Edith Thomas, Thomas Stringer and Elizabeth Robbins [ca. 1890, ca. 1950], 8 photographs, many duplicates. [See also the Students with Deafblindness Photo Collection for more photographs and research.]
Folder 6 : Helen Keller as an adolescent, alone [ca. 1899] 7 photographs
Folder 7 : Helen Keller as a young adult [1900s-1910s], 9 items, includes photographs, postcards and publications. Includes one photograph of Helen Keller with Phiz, a Boston Terrier, who was a gift from her Radcliffe classmates, with the inscription, “To Dr. Bridgman From Helen Keller” in Keller’s handwriting, dated March 1905. Also included is a graduation photo of Keller from Radcliffe, dressed in her cap and gown.
Folder 8 : Helen Keller as a young adult, with others [ca. 1925 - 1930] 5 items, photographs and newspaper clippings. Includes: a photograph of Helen Keller with Alexander Graham Bell; a newspaper clipping with photograph of Helen visiting Luther Burbank, the famous Plant Wizard; newspaper clipping shows Helen meeting the Indian poet, sage, and educationalist, Sir Rabindranath Tagore; photograph of Helen with her mother, Kate Keller, and teacher, Anne Sullivan Macy.
Folder 9 : Helen Keller, with Anne Sullivan Macy, Polly Thomson, and Charlie Chaplin [ca. 1919], 2 photographs and 1 negative taken when the three women were in California to film Deliverance.
Folder 10 : Helen Keller, as a young adult, with Anne Sullivan Macy [n.d.], 2 photographs
Folder 11 : Helen Keller, as a middle-aged woman, alone [ca. 1932], 3 photographs.
Folder 12 : Helen Keller, visiting blinded veterans during and after World War 2 [ca. 1944] 4 photographs. One photograph also has soldiers Corp. Peter K .Lucas and Ralph E. Dickerson.
Folder 13 : Helen Keller, middle-aged, with others. [1918, 1921,1931, n. d.], 8 photographs. Has a second photograph of Helen meeting with Sir Rabindranath Tagore, two photographs of their time in California, and two copies of the photograph of Helen Keller tries the new Visagraph at the 1931 World Conference of Work for the Blind, in New York. Several men look on as she tries the new device, including inventor, Mr. Robert Naumburg.
Folder 14 : Helen Keller in her later life, alone or with her dog [1950s] 7 photographs and postcards. Includes photograph later used as an image for the 1980 World Conference for the Blind. Also includes one photograph of Helen Keller with her Akita dog, Kamikaze.
Folder 15 : Helen Keller in her later life, with others/Public Events [1950s], 9 photographs. Banquet at Perkins featuring Dr. Waterhouse, the then-director, Helen Keller accepting the gift of a Perkins Brailler from Dr. Waterhouse, with young children, at the White House, with Perkins student Linda Reynolds, dancing with a serviceman, and Martha’s Vinyard with Eleanor Roosevelt.
Folder 16 : Helen Keller late in life [ca.1961], 4 color photographs. Features two photographs from Helen’s 1961 visit to Martha’s Vineyard, and two portraits reading a braille book.
Folder 17 : Anne Sullivan, with biographer Nella Braddy Henney, and others. [late 1920s-1930s], 7 photographs, some duplicates.
Folder 18 : Tewksbury Almshouse: Keller-Sullivan Macy statue unveiling ceremony  13 color photographs. Photographs of the Almshouse, various speakers, and the unveiling of the memorial, a statue replicating the famous scene by the water pump.
Folder 19 : Ivy Green, Perkins and Brewster, MA Home [n.d., 1936, 1987], 10 photographs, many duplicates. Two postcards of Ivy Green, Helen Keller’s birthplace, and many images of Brewster, MA home that belonged to Mrs. Sophia Hopkins, a house matron at Perkins, where Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan summered.
Folder 20 : Slide and Misc. [n.d., 1887, 1901] 4 black and white slides, and one image of newspaper headline “Obstacles to Helen Keller’s Marrying" for Doubleday & Co. publication. Slides include Helen Keller, Alexander Graham Bell, Anne Sullivan.
Folder 21 : Pamphlets/Publications [n. d., 1920, 1987] 5 items. Includes pamphlet from Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan Macy’s first lecture tour, on the subject, “The Heart and the Hand, or the right use of our senses.” Also one for the release of the film Deliverance, billing Keller as "the 8th Wonder of the World". Third pamphlet is from Perkins School for the Blind, dated 1987, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Sullivan’s arrival in Tuscumbia, Alabama.
Folder 22 : Formal portrait [n. d.], 1 color photograph. Later in life with blue dress, reading a large braille volume.
Folder 23 : Keller/Thomson with geese [n. d.], 3 black and white photographs. Helen Keller and Polly Thomson at edge of water feeding large geese. Note on envelope reads: Japan? California?
Folder 24 : With blinded WWII veteran, , 1 black and white photograph (reproduction, original in collection). Helen Keller and Polly Thomson at the bedside of a soldier blinded during the second World War. In addition to the officer in the bed, another stands directly to the side of Keller. The photograph has the following inscription: "To Nella, who has eyes to read our hearts and the meaning of the supreme experience we are living through. Helen Keller";, and is also signed by Polly Thomson.
Folder 25 : Braddy Henney photographs, [1938, n. d.], 12 photographs and 3 documents. Photographs from Forest Hills, and misc. images of Keller and Sullivan.
Folder 26 : Boat trip , 10 photographs. Keller and Polly Thomson on boat trip with unidentified family.
Folder 27 : Reproduction prints [n. d.],18 photographs, misc. prints spanning Keller lifetime.
Folder 28 : Misc, [n. d.], 3 photographs. Keller and Sullivan in dollshop, and Keller and Polly Thomson on telephone.
Folder 29 : Louis Betts painting , 1 photograph and 1 letter. Photograph of painting made by Louis Betts of Keller-Sullivan portrait with Keller’s hand on Sullivan’s lips.
Folder 30 : Tewksbury Almshouse statue dedication [1985, 1992], 25 color photographs, one letter. Statue of Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan by Mico Kaufman titled “Water” outside of the Tewksbury Almshouse.