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Helen in her vaudeville dressing room, 1920 - select for more details
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Helen in her vaudeville dressing room, 1920

Helen's acting career continued on the vaudeville stage. She went on tour with Anne, giving lectures and performing in shows that featured drama, comedy, and music. Helen enjoyed the glamorous lifestyle, unlike Anne. Eventually the performances became too tiring for Anne and they stopped their tour in 1922.

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Anne Sullivan explains how Helen learned to speak

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Polly Thomson, Anne Sullivan, Helen Keller, and Charlie Chaplin, 1918

Photograph of Helen, Anne and Henry Ford, 1920

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