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Repository: Gallaudet University Archives Call No.: MSS 31Creator: Title: Papers of Helen Powers, ca. 1970sQuantity: 0.5 Linear Feet (1 document box) Abstract: Note: This document last updated 2006 January 6.
Acquisition Information: Helen Powers donated her collection on April 4, 1978 to the Gallaudet University Archives. Processed by: Ulf Hedberg. 1993 May 7.Processing Note:Conditions on Use and Access: This collection is open to the public with no restrictions. Photocopies may be made for scholarly research.
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Helen Powers was born in 1925 in Alton, Illinois. She worked at various newspapers as a journalist, theatre critic, columnist, theatrical feature writer, and playwright. In 1972, she wrote a biography on Bernard Bragg and the National Theatre of the Deaf, which resulted and was published under title Signs of Silence. Helen Powers has also worked for the Deaf community as interpreter and tutor. She also volunteered with Deaf mental patients.
Scope and Content
The Helen Powers Collection consists of material only of her writing and biographical unpublished work. The collection contains approximately 250 items.
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