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Kenneth A. Stuckey

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Background Information

Employment History

Blindiana Stamps


Research Librarian

Perkins School for the Blind


Affiliations

Sesquicentennial Sales

Chairman of the Celebration Committee and Research Librarian


Education

B.S.

history

Northeastern University


Masters

Library Science

University of Rhode Island


Web References(12 Total References)


Michael Anagnos Collection, Perkins School for the Blind Archives - Perkins School for the Blind Archives

www.perkinsarchives.org [cached]

Folders 1-21: Article photocopies, clippings, correspondence, bios, timelines, and memorials created/compiled by Perkins' Research Librarian Ken Stuckey, 1980s-1990s
Given to Kenneth A. Stuckey in May, 1981 By Ioannis Papaioannou in Konitsa, Greece, during the Perkins Scout Trip. These teeth it was understood were taken from the skull of Michael Anagnos when his grave was opened a few years before when measurements were made for a bust of Anagnos to be placed and was placed in the village of Papingo where Anagnos was born- signed Kenneth A. Stuckey"


Other Digitized Material, Perkins School for the Blind Archives - Perkins School for the Blind Archives

www.perkinsarchives.org [cached]

About Perkins compiled by Kenneth A. Stuckey (1998).
Stuckey was the Perkins Research Librarian from 1965-1998.


Sesquicentennial - Perkins School for the Blind Archives

www.perkinsarchives.org [cached]

Ken Stuckey was the Chairman of the Sesquicentennial Celebration Committee and Research Librarian at the time of the celebration.
This collection includes Sesquicentennial events, such as the concert Up with People, Ray Charles Concert, and Helen Keller Day; "Visions of the Future" Publication notes, correspondence, and drafts; Ken Stuckey's Symposium Committee correspondence and meeting notes; and the Perkins Scout Trip to Greece (May 12-21, 1981). Ken Stuckey served as the research librarian at Perkins School for the Blind for 33 years, 1965-1998. The collection includes his notes and correspondence for the Symposium Committee, of which he was the Chairman. This collection includes notes from Kenneth Stuckey, Research Librarian and Chairman of the Sesquicentennial Committee.


Watertown Campus - Perkins School for the Blind Archives

www.perkinsarchives.org [cached]

Correspondence consists of one letter written by a relative of Richard Clipston Sturgis to Ken Stuckey, Reference Librarian at Perkins in 1958.


Michael Anagnos Collection, Perkins School for the Blind Archives -  Perkins School for the Blind Archives

www.perkinsarchives.org [cached]

Folders 1-21: Article photocopies, clippings, correspondence, bios, timelines, and memorials created/compiled by Perkins' Research Librarian Ken Stuckey, 1980s-1990s
Given to Kenneth A. Stuckey in May, 1981 By Ioannis Papaioannou in Konitsa, Greece, during the Perkins Scout Trip. These teeth it was understood were taken from the skull of Michael Anagnos when his grave was opened a few years before when measurements were made for a bust of Anagnos to be placed and was placed in the village of Papingo where Anagnos was born- signed Kenneth A. Stuckey"


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