Socks | Hellen Keller | Black | Ankle Medium
The story of Helen Keller is miraculous-- Struggling with being deaf, speechless and blind--through the help of her tutor and her own unbelievable perseverance and determination she learned Braille and to speak. She was the first deaf, blind woman to receive a BA from Harvard University.
Sole: "Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement." The other sole gives some information about who she was--a little history is always good!
Size: Medium | Women's 6.5-9
- 88% combed cotton, 10% polyamide, 2% elastane and 100% love!
- Made of premier cotton for extra soft and smooth
- Reinforced toe and heel are made to last
- Quality in every stitch to ensure every detail is perfect
Note: This listing is for one pair of socks ONLY.
Attributes: Woman-Owned | Social Good | Small Batch | Not on Amazon | Handmade | Eco-Friendly
Vendor: Maggie Sterns Stitches is an art company making embroidered feminist socks. Maggie is an artist, designer and maker who believes in sharing the incredible stories of historical women.
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