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[Helen (Benson) Garrison, bust portrait, facing left. Mrs. William Lloyd Garrison]

George Harrington to John Jolliffe, Tuesday, August 23, 1864 (Case of Helen Hobbs)

Steamers Julia and Helen Hensley at the Levee, Stockton, San Joaquin Co.

[Studio portrait of three women, one possibly Helen Herron] / Davis Bros.

[Helen Hunt (Fiske) Jackson, 1830-1885, bust, facing right]

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Helen Keller, May 2, 1888

Mrs. Wolters & Helen on "Alice Howard"

Helen

Helen

Helen Hay

[Peel, Glen Helen Waterfall, Isle of Man]

Helen

[Peel, Glen Helen and Pleasure Ground, Isle of Man]

Helen Brice

Letter from Helen Keller to Alexander Graham Bell, September 3, 1896

Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan

Helen (Hay) Whitney, 1875-1944

[Dr. McClean, Helen Emmins, and Agnes Osborn, camping at Shoup's Mill, near Dayton, Ohio]

Helen Lord

Little Helen and the puppies

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Helen Keller, May 26, 1899

Helen Kenyon

Helen Trevor

Lady Helen Montague

Lady Helen Montague

Helen Hyde

Helen Kellar

Helen Gahagan

Helen Moses

Miss Helen McLaughlin

Helen Clark

Helen Wainwright, Eileen Riggin

Helen Clark

Helen Hayes

Helen Boyle

Cunningham (Helen)

Helen Kenyon

Helen Lowe Rice

Helen Miles Rogers

Lady Helen Montague

Swearing in a vote, Helen Moser, G.S. Mitchell

Helen Cannon, profile view, copyright by Clinedinst / Clinedinst

Helen F. Day

Helen Taft at von Steuben unveiling

Dorothy and Helen Roosen

Helen Kerr

Ada Francke, Stephanie Rasmus, Helen, Frothingham, Marg. MacMillan, Mrs. John R. Gibbs, Mrs. Louis Carreau, Mrs. Franl L. Hole, Alice Bowker (volunteer)

Helen J. Owen

Helen Herron Taft (Manning), daughter and hostess at White House for President William Taft

Helen of Greece

Helen Clark

Helen Taft unveils Steuben Statue

Helen Brice by Sargent / Sargent

Helen F. Day

Nannie Helen Burroughs, 1879-

Helen Roberts

Helen Ferguson

Helen F. Day with mother

G.S. Mitchell challenges Helen Moser

Miss Helen McLaughlin

Princess Helen (Greece)

Helen Satterlee, Marie Meyler, Mrs. L.E. Witherspoon, Baroness O. Serdobin, Mrs. Carlton James, Mrs. W.W.G. Eliot, & Leonore Cox

Rosalie Jones, helen Todd, Mrs. Gordon Norrie, A.G. Hayes

Mrs. Helen L. Grenfell

Miss Helen Foulds ready to dive into water

Helen Fulton

Helen Adler

Helen Boyle

Helen Herendon

Reginald W. Rives, Miss Helen M. Rives & party

Helen Carr on RESOLUTE

[Bookplate of Helen Louise Taylor, Cincinnati, Ohio]

Helen Clark

Helen Kolba

Helen Clark

Helen Ware

Mrs. H.L. Martin, Julia Hurlbut, L. Eastman, Helen Klumph, Mrs. I McCleary, and Mrs. S.A. Greene

Channing Pollock & dau Helen

Lady Helen Gordon Lennox

Lady Helen Montague

Miss Helen Varick Boswell

Helen Taft, May Allison (with movie camera)

[Helen B. Garrettson, portrait, facing left, standing with hands on hips]

Helen Lowe Rice

Rosalie Jones, helen Todd, Mrs. Gordon Norrie, A.G. Hayes

Helen Ray

Helen Clark

Helen Satterlee, Marie Meyler, Mrs. L.E. Witherspoon, Baroness O. Serdobin, Mrs. Carlton James, Mrs. W.W.G. Eliot, & Leonore Cox

Helen Chadwick

Lynnhurst [i.e. Lyndhurst], the home of Miss Helen Gould [Shepard], near Tarrytown, N.Y.

Helen Clark

Helen Adler

Helen Clark

Helen Chadwick

Crn. Princess Helen of Rumania

Norma Hornberger, Queen of Asbury Park Carnival & maids of honor, Marg. Gordon, Eleanor Sherwood, Lavinia Fry, Nina Olmstead, Beatrice Connelly, Helen Demarest, Norma Hornberger

Helen Ware

Helen J. Owen

Willie Collier and Helen Hale, Hall, N.Y. / Hall

Helen Cox Mahoney

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