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J A N E A D D A M S COLLECTION

Papers, 1838-date
(bulk 1880-1935)
 

 

Series 13A: Miscellaneous Hull-House Material [Located in FHL cage, aisle 97]:

Most Material Microfilmed (See below for details)

Box 1

Hull-House

General

Hull-House Association and Culver Gift of 1906

Hull-House Cooperative Association

Address Book

Widening of Halsted Street, 1906

Study of Greeks, 1908

Papers from Immigrants' Classes

Jane Club See mf reel 113:51 for material on the Jane Club (1897-1898, 1917)

Labor Museum See mf reel 113:51 for material on the Labor Museum (1900-1935)

Lectures & programs See mf reel 113:50 for material on potential Hull- House lecturers/lectures [1890-1900]

Montessori School, 1917-1918

Summer projects, 1931

Trade school for girls and sewing shop See mf reel 113:50 for material on the Hull-House Trade School (1914-1916)

Vocational Bureau

Social activities: art

Bowen Country Club: finances & correspondence See mf reel 113:50 for material on the Bowen Country Club and summer outings (1907-1934)

Bowen Country Club: personal experiences of counselors Boys' activities and camps See mf reel 113:50 for material on the Hull- House Boys' Club (1907-1929)

Hull-House Players See mf reel 113:51 for material on theater at Hull- House (1880-1930)

Woman's Club See mf reel 113:51 for material on the Hull-House Woman's Club (1892-1935) and Old Settlers Party, Hull-House Woman's Club (1905)

Young People's Club

Hull-House Bulletin, 1896-1906 See mf reel 113:Addendum 10

Hull-House Yearbook, 1913, 1916 See mf reel 113:Addendum 10

Book reviews of Hull-House Maps and Papers

Obituaries of Alzina Parsons Stevens (active at Hull-House; died there in 1900) See mf reel 113:38

Economic conference co-sponsored by Hull-House, 1896

Box 2

Hull-House Finances See mf reel 113:49 for auditors' reports and correspondence (1909-1935); bequests of Mr. Baney, George E.P. Dodge, Frederick Greeley [?], Charles F. Kimball, Mr. Schwabacher, and Katherine E. Tuley; 113:50 for contributions/ donations lists and accounts; contributions from Mrs. Joseph T. Bowen, Rebecca Church, Helen Culver, William M. Ellis, Mrs. Max Hart, Florence M. Kranz, F.S. Kretsinger, Harry B. Lusch Fund, Mrs. Levy Mayer, Mrs. Frances Neilson, Alice and Sarah C. Robson, and L.L. Valentine; and fundraising correspondence and literature (1910-1935)

Correspondence on Hull-House employment and residence, 1926-1929, undated See mf reel 113:50 for residents' lists and applications for residency (1895-1930)

Misc. material found in Hull-House papers

Box 3

Settlements

National Federation of Settlements See mf reel 113:41 for material on the Chicago Federation of Settlements (1894-1934); 113:42 for material on the National Federation of Settlements (1899-1931), and the Midwestern Office, National Federation of Settlements (1922)

Correspondence of Henrietta Barnett

Articles by Canon Barnett See mf reel 113:37 for material on Samuel Barnett (1913-1914, 1919-1921)

Clippings on Canon Barnett

Barnett Fellowship and Barnett House See mf reel 113:37 for material on the Barnett Fellowship (1914-1928); 113:39 for material on Barnett House, Oxford, England (1916-1927)

Toynbee Hall, London See mf reel 113:38 for material on Arnold Toynbee (1883)

British settlement houses and garden suburbs See mf reel 113:38 for material on garden suburbs and tenant cooperatives, England (1913-1919), and settlements, England (1920-1935)

American settlement houses See mf reel 113:38 for material on settlements (1920-1935)

Box 4

Social workers

Settlement houses: miscellaneous

Slums

Chicago housing conditions See mf reel 113:42 for material on the Society for Improved Housing, Chicago [1897?]

Reports of tuberculosis See mf reel 113:54 for Hull-House Association records: tuberculosis investigation (1900-1908)

Reports of typhoid See mf reel 113:54 for Hull-House Association records: typhoid fever investigation (1902-1905)

Working conditions and compensation

Child Labor

Child labor: general See mf reel 113:37 for material on child welfare (1904-1913)

Legislation on child labor

Box 5

Legislation on child labor (cont.)

Children on the stage (includes notes and MS by Jane Addams) See mf reel 113:38 for material on stage children (1910-1911)

Children on the streets See mf reel 113:38 for material on street trades for children (1903-1911)

Newsboys See mf reel 113:54 for Hull-House Association records: newsboy investigation (1903-1905)

Children's Bureau

Peace

Woman's Peace Party See mf reel 113:42-43 for material on the Woman's Peace Party (1915-1919)

Lucia Ames Mead

Women at The Hague

Preparedness and the American military situation See mf reel 113:38 for material on preparedness for WWI (1914-1916)

Mexico, 1916 See mf reel 113:33

Miscellaneous peace material See mf reel 113:38 for material on mediation in WWI (1915)

Box 6

Assorted material

Averbuch material on Russian Jews, Emma Goldman, and anarchism, 1908 See mf reel 113:37 for material on anarchists (Chicago and New York 1904-1908)

Friends of Russian Freedom See mf reel 113:41 for material on the Friends of Russian Freedom (c. 1905)

Progressive Party, 1913-1914

Chicago School Board See mf reel 113:39 for material on the Chicago Board of Education (1897-1908)

Misc. material from European trip, 1896

Material on Sophonisba Breckenridge, 1906-1907, 1931

Florence Kelley and factory inspection

Municipal Museum correspondence (none by Jane Addams)

Pan-Pacific Association

W.I. Thomas Study of the Races project, 1922

Misc. correspondence (none by Jane Addams)

Book reviews of The Immigrant and the Community by Grace Abbott

Box 7

Photograph album [photographs removed]

See mf reel:

113:27 for will/probate/guardian papers of Frederick Greeley [?]; receipt (May 1896); and calling and gift cards (1889-1935)

113:28 for telephone transcripts/messages; credentials (1889-1935); and miscellaneous notes

113:37 for material on Grace Abbott (1917, 1923, 1934); Helen Boyle (1905, 1909); and Herbert Burrows (1895)

113:38 for material on poor law reform, England (1911); public playgrounds, Chicago (1907); women in industry (1910-1913); workers' education (1921); workmen's compensation (1911); Lillian Wald (1927); and Robert Woods (1923)

113:39 for material on the Chicago Community Trust (1930)

113:41 for material on the Commercial Club of Chicago (1908); the Immigrants' Protective League, Chicago (1908-1929); the International Conference of Settlements (1922- 1926); and the International People's College, Denmark [1917?]

113:42 for material on the Kingsley Association, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1929); the League of Nations (other related groups 1918-1929); the National Child Labor Committee (1904-1933); the National Conference of Charities and Corrections (1897- 1911); the National Conference of Social Work (1917-1932); the New School for Social Research, New York, New York (1920-1921); the Progressive Service Committee, Progressive Party (1912-1914); and the Universal Peace Congress (1909)

113:43-45 for material on the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (1915-1935)

113:46-47 for writings (1879-02/13/1919)

113:49 for Hull-House Association records: Board of Trustees' meetings (March 1895-May 1935); proxy statement (1929); and leases (1889-1900)

113:50 for Hull-House Association records: Hull-House Steam Plant (1900-1906, 1916-1917); miscellaneous information about buildings; general events (1895-1934); Hull- House Cooperative Association (1893-1895, 1918); Hull-House kitchen, coffee house, dining hall, and restaurant (1891-1916); and Hull-House School of Citizenship (1924-1925)

113:51 for Hull-House Association records: music at Hull-House (1880-1930); and dance at Hull-House (1934)

113:52 for Hull-House Association records: the Elizabeth McCormick Open Air School (1900-1917); Juvenile Court (1906, 1929); and Juvenile Court Committee and Juvenile Protection Association (1901-1931)

113:53 for Hull-House Association records: the Montessori School (1917-1918); and United Garment Workers of America (1895-1910)

113:54 for Hull-House Association records: The Italians in Chicago (1895-1897)

113:Addendum 10 for Hull-House Association records: scrapbook (includes a letter in Italian, Chicago Teachers Federation Bulletin, and The School Weekly)

 


 
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