Examples of digitized materials on Flickr
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Digital collections on the Perkins Archives Flickr site

The Perkins Archives Flickr site provides access to archival materials in our collections, which include digitized photographs and documents, as well as photographed artifacts.

Our Flickr collections are undergoing a reparative metadata update, and consequently, most of our older collections are not up to our current standards of accessibility. If you need more of an image description than what is provided please contact the archives staff at [email protected] and we will provide you with one. By creating or logging in to your own Flickr account you can comment or add additional information to our collections. Visit Perkins Archives Flickr site to explore our diverse collections or use the links provided on this page to explore the collections by topic. 

If you’re interested in using any of our images, please see our Image Use and Licensing page for more information. 

Helen Keller collections

Perkins history collections

Deafblindness collections

Curriculum and student activities

Books and materials for students who are blind

Other schools and organizations for people who are blind

Other collections

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Cabinet card photograph of Thomas Wiggins as a young man.
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Thomas Wiggins

A black and white portrait of Dr. Edward E. Allen. He stands, wearing a white shirt and striped tie under a very dark suit and vest. Allen's hands are in his coat pockets. He has a greying beard and stares at the camera. There is a blurry diamond-shaped pattern in the background. Circa 1910.
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Centenary Address by Dr. Edward E. Allen

View of Girl's Close residential cottages with walkway lined with brick buildings on both sides with the Howe Building Tower behind.
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The Perkins Bells: Sounds and history