Swarthmore College Peace Collection, 500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, PA 19081 U.S.A.

 

 

 

J A N E A D D A M S COLLECTION

Papers, 1838-date
(bulk 1880-1935)
 

 

Addendum A: Table of Contents for the Microfilm Edition of the Jane Addams Papers by Series (DG 01)

Series 1

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113:1-26 for correspondence, May 1868-May 1935

113:27 for passports and travel documents (1915, 1919); will and/or probate papers of Mary Rozet Smith (Feb. 1930, Nov. 1933, Feb. 1934); will and/or probate papers of James W. Tooley (Jan. 1914); commitment papers (to insane asylum) for John Weber Addams (Nov. 1892); election material (1914); banking records (1935); "Total Earnings" document (Dec. 1934); financial accounts (Nov. 1908, May 1935); receipts (Dec. 1885, Aug. 1888, Aug. 1912, 1913?, Oct. 1918, 1919, March 1920, March 1925, May 1925, Sept. 1925, Jan. 1928, March 1928, Aug. 1929, Dec. 1929, Nov. 1930, May 1931, Oct. 1931, March 1933, Nov. 1933); and calling and gift cards (1889-1935)

113:28 for misc. notes and lists (1896-1935); material on the International Congress of Women, The Hague, The Netherlands (1915); WILPF Summer School, Salzburg, Austria (1921); Jane Addams' world tour (1923); WILPF's 6th Congress, Prague, Czechoslovakia (1929); telephone transcripts/messages (1900-1901, Jan. 1911, May 1912, April 1915, July 1921, Aug. 1921, 1923, April 1926, Aug. 1926, April 1935); misc. documents, notes and filing notes; and clippings

113:29 for documents relating to Jane Addams' books: Democracy and Social Ethics (1902); Newer Ideals of Peace (1907); The Spirit of Youth and the City Streets (1909); Twenty Years at Hull-House (1910); A New Conscience and An Ancient Evil (1912); Women at the Hague (1915); The Long Road of Woman's Memory (1916); Peace and Bread in Times of War (1922); The Second Twenty Years at Hull-House (1930); The Excellent Becomes the Permanent (1931); My Friend, Julia Lathrop (1935); royalty statements; and proposal for new book

113:31 for group writings (1905, 1913)

113:37 for material on Jane Addams (1912-1931); Henrietta Barnett (1920); and Marcelle Capy (1921-1924); capital punishment (1929); and notes on America (1918)

113:38 for material on Madeline Doty (1927); Salmon Levinson (1926); Ben Lindsey (1927); the Linn family (1916, 1928); Mary Rozet Smith (1934); Beatrice Webb (1926); the People's Lobby (1912); the El Salvador Treaty (1913); the peace movement (1915-1934); mediation in WWI (1915); postwar conditions in Russia (1919-1923), Austria (1920), Germany (1920), and Poland (1920); the youth movement in Holland (1923); Edith Pye's letters from China (1928); the London Naval Conference (1930); relief stations during the Chicago incident (1933); unemployment in Germany (1933); and poetry received by Jane Addams (1899-1935)

113:39 for material on the American Assoc. for Old Age Security (1923); the American Friends Service Committee (1919-1931); the American Relief for Russian Women and Children [organization] (1921); the American Social Workers Hospitality Committee (Hospites) (1933); the Anti-Imperialist League (1912); the Armenia America Society (1922); the Barnett House, Oxford, England (1916-1927); and the Central Organization for a Durable Peace [1915-1919?]

113:41 for material on the Chicago Ethical Culture Society (1898-1911); the Chicago Federation of Settlements (1894-1934); the Chicago Peace Society (1910-1917); the Chicago Urban League (1917-1926); the Chinese Library Association [1924?]; the Community Church, Shanghai, China (1923); the Federation of Residential Settlements, England (1921); the Fellowship of Reconciliation (1917-1929); Great Britain, Ministry of Health (1921); the Illinois Committee on Old Age Pensions (1934); the Illinois Conference on International Good Will (1925); the International Council of Religious Education (1932); the International Council of Women of the Darker Races (1929); the International Friendly Association, Seoul, Korea (1923); and the International Woman Suffrage Alliance (1927, 1934)

113:42 for material on the League for Industrial Democracy (1927, 1934); the League for the Abolition of Capital Punishment (1926); the League of Nations Non-Partisan Association of Illinois (1925); the Lettish Petrograd Cooperatives, Chicago Branch (1922); the Mexican Humane Association (1922); the National American Woman Suffrage Association (1921); the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (1911-1932); the National Council on Limitation of Armaments (1921-1922); the National Economic League (1926); the National Federation of Settlements (1899-1931); the No More War Movement, London, England [1925?]; Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois (1923-1924); the Pan-Pacific Women's Association (1925-1934); the Progressive Party (1912-1914); the Progressive Service Committee, the Progressive Party (1912-1914); the Rockford Female Seminary and College, Rockford, Illinois (1882-1908); the Save the Children Fund (1920); and the Schloss Richelsdorf, Germany (1921)

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

113:45 for material on the M. Carey Thomas Award (1931); Nobel Peace Prize (1931); WILPF Anniversary Dinner (1935); miscellaneous awards and honors (1915, 1922, 1925, 1926, 1930, 1931); tribute poems; and family correspondence on Jane Addams' death (1935-1936)

113:46-49 for writings (1879-1938) and writing fragments by Jane Addams

113:49 for Hull-House Association records: Board of Trustees (1908-1935); auditors' reports and correspondence (1909-1935); and bequest of Cynthia Matilda Jones

113:50 for Hull-House Association records: contributions/donations lists and accounts (1895-1935); contributions of Wright S. Ludington, Mary Rozet Smith, and Mrs. F.D. Stout; miscellaneous financial correspondence, receipts and memos (1895-1932); residents' events and activities (1901-1935); Hull-House Steam Plant (1900-1906); and general events (1895-1934)

113:51 for Hull-House Association records: Nineteenth Ward Improvement Club (1893), and Immigrants' Protective League (1909-1928)

Series 3

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113:27 for receipt from the American Women Suffrage Association

113:28 for miscellaneous documents (post-1929), notes and clippings

113:30 for documents relating to Jane Addams' books: A New Conscience and an Ancient Evil (1912); Peace and Bread in Times of War (1922); The Second Twenty Years at Hull-House (1930); The Excellent Becomes the Permanent (1931); My Friend, Julia Lathrop [includes MS and clippings re: Lathrop's death] (1935); and proposal for new book

113:31 for group writings

113:37 for material on Mary Curry Breckinridge

113:38 for material on Alice Hamilton (1912-1934); the peace movement (1915-1934); and post-war conditions in Russia (1919-1923) and the Ukraine (1919-1922)

113:39 for material on the American Vigilance Association (1911-1913)

113:41 for material on the Chicago Commons (1895-1935); the Chicago Federation of Settlements (1894-1934); and the Juvenile Protective Association, Chicago (1908-1933)

113:42 for material on the National Child Labor Committee (1904-1933); Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois (1923-1924); the Pan-Pacific Women's Association (1925-1934); the Progressive Service Committee, Progressive Party (1912-1914); the University of Chicago (1897-[1906?]); and the Woman's Peace Party (1915-1919) [continued on 113:43]

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

113:45 for two MS written by Jane Addams

113:46-49 for writings and writing fragments by Jane Addams

Series 4

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113:27 for financial account re: MS of My Friend, Julia Lathrop (June 1935); and receipt from the International Woman Suffrage Alliance (Oct. 1929)

113:28 for clippings

113:31 for group writings (1909, 1912?, 1914, 1919)

113:37 for material on James Aducci (1931)

113:38 for material on Laura Dainty Pelham (1926)

113:39 for material on the American Friends Service Committee (1919-1931); and the American Neutral Conference Committee (1916?)

113:41 for material on the Chicago World Court Meeting Committee (1925); the Congressional Club, Washington, DC (undated); the Cordon Club, Chicago, Illinois (1923); the Emergency Foreign Policy Conference, New York, New York (1924); the Illinois Equal Suffrage Association (1909); the International Conference of Settlements (1922-1926); and the International People's College, Denmark [1917?]

113:42 for material on Kobe College, Japan [1925?]; Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts (1907); the National Council on Limitations of Armaments (1921-1922); and the Railway Employees Central Body, Louisville, Kentucky (1919)

113:45 for material on the Thomas Carey Award given to Jane Addams (1931); miscellaneous tributes and honors (1933); tribute poems written to Jane Addams; and family correspondence on Jane Addams' death (1935-1936)

113:46-49 for writings (1879-1938) and writing fragments by Jane Addams

113:50 for Hull-House Association records: general events (1895-1934); and lectures given at the College Extension and Summer School (1890-1900)

113:51 for Hull-House Association records: music and the arts at Hull-House (1893-1935)

Series 6

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113:27 for two Rockford Seminary notebooks; matriculation cards from Women's Medical College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1881-1882); passports and travel documents (1883, 1915, 1919, 1921, 1922, 1926, 1929); record of the disposition of Nobel Peace Prize money; address book (1883-1898); and calling cards and gift cards (1889-1935)

113:28 for miscellaneous notes and lists (1896-1935); telephone messages/ transcripts; miscellaneous documents (1921); and material on Mexico (1925), and Jane Addams' world tour (1923)

113:29 for diaries (1889-1890, 1894-1895, 1896, Nov. 1896-1898, 1897, 02/10-18/1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, June-Aug. 1900 [Paris], 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1905 [Chicago Board of Education], 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915)

113:30 for diaries (1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 12/16-24/1922 [trip to Denmark and Norway], 03/06/1925-04/08/1925 [trip to Mexico]); calendars (1914, 1915, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1934); and royalty statements for Jane Addams' books

13:38 for material on Julia Lathrop (1932); the American Academy of Political and Social Science (1898); the Chicago Institute for Instruction in Letters, Morals and Religion [1888-1898?]; miscellaneous awards and honors (1935); Hull-House Association records: miscellaneous clubs and organizations (1917-[1931]), and calendars of activities relating to the arts (1916-1919, 1924)

Series 7

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113:27 for banking records (1880)

Series 11 & 13

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113:46-48 for writings (1879-10/22/1932)

113:55-71 for writings

Series 13A

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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 anarchists (Chicago and New York 1904-1908); the Barnett Fellowship (1914-1928); child welfare (1904-1913); Grace Abbott (1917, 1923, 1934); Samuel Barnett (1913-1914, 1919-1921); Helen Boyle (1905, 1909); and Herbert Burrows (1895)

113:38 for material on stage children (1910-1911); street trades for children (1903-1911); garden suburbs and tenant cooperatives, England (1913-1919); poor law reform, England (1911); preparedness for WWI (1914-1916); mediation in WWI (1915); public playgrounds, Chicago (1907); settlements (1920-1935); settlements, England (1920-1935); women in industry (1910-1913); workers' education (1921); workmen's compensation (1911); Alzina P. Stevens (1900);Arnold Toynbee (1883); Lillian Wald (1927); and Robert Woods (1923)

113:39 for material on the Barnett House, Oxford, England (1916-1927); the Chicago Community Trust (1930); and the Chicago Board of Education (1897-1908)

113:41 for material on the Chicago Federation of Settlements (1894-1934); the Commercial Club of Chicago (1908); the Friends of Russian Freedom (ca. 1905); 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 National Federation of Settlements (1899-1931); the Midwestern Office, National Federation of Settlements (1922); the New School for Social Research, New York, New York (1920-1921); the Progressive Service Committee, Progressive Party (1912-1914); the Society for Improved Housing, Chicago [1897?]; the Universal Peace Congress (1909); and the Woman's Peace Party (1915-1919)

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

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), and proxy statement (1929); leases (1889-1900); auditors' reports and correspondence (1909-1935); and bequests of Mr. Baney, George E.P. Dodge, Frederick Greeley [?], Charles F. Kimball, Mr. Schwabacher, and Katherine E. Tuley

113:50 for Hull-House Association records: 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; fundraising corres- pondence and literature (1910-1935); residents' lists and applications for residency (1895-1930); Hull-House Steam Plant (1900-1906, 1916-1917); miscellaneous information about buildings; general events (1895-1934); potential Hull-House lecturers/lectures [1890-1900]; the Bowen Country Club and summer outings (1907-1934); Hull-House Boys' Club (1907-1929); Hull-House Cooperative Association (1893-1895, 1918); Hull-House kitchen, coffee house, dining hall, and restaurant (1891-1916); Hull-House School of Citizenship (1924-1925); and Hull-House Trade School (1914-1916)

113:51 for Hull-House Association records: Hull-House Woman's Club (1892-1935); Old Settlers Party, Hull-House Woman's Club (1905); Jane Club (1897-1898, 1917); Labor Museum (1900-1935); theater at Hull-House (1880-1930); 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 the United Garment Workers of America (1895-1910)

113:54 for Hull-House Association records: The Italians in Chicago (1895-1897); tuberculosis investigation (1900-1908); typhoid fever investigation (1902-1905); and newsboy investigation (1903-1905)

113:Addendum 10 for Hull-House Association records: scrapbook (includes a letter in Italian, Chicago Teachers Federation Bulletin, and The School Weekly); Hull-House Bulletin (1896-1906); and Hull-House Yearbook (1913, 1916)

Series 14

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113:28 for miscellaneous notes and lists (1896-1935); and material on Jane Addams' world tour (YMCA of Korea, 1923)

113:31 for group writings (1919, 1925); material on Samuel Barnett (1913-1931); Ozora Davis (1931); Sherwood Eddy (1921); Henry Ford (1915-1919); Mohandas K. Gandhi (1930-1932); Alice Hamilton (1926); William I. Hull (1929-1934); David Starr Jordan (1924-1931); Florence Kelley (1924-1932); Lucia Ames Mead and Edwin D. Mead (1921-1927); Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti (1920-1927); Joanna Southcott (1913-1915); and Count Nikolaevich Tolstoy (1915-1931); anarchism (1898-1903); capital punishment (1926-1930); child labor/juvenile courts (1906-1933); civil liberties and free speech (1917-1931); conscientious objection (1916); Daughters of the American Revolution (1927-1928); disarmament (1921-1932); education (1903-1932); famine (undated); Armenia (1919-1921); the Balkans (1929); and China (1921-1929)

113:32 for material on famine (1917-1923); "Horror on the Rhine" (1919-1922); immigration (1904-1935); India (1916-1935); industry/industrial relations (1898-1933); Germany (1920-1934); India (1916-1935); and Ireland (1915-1926)

113:33 for material on Judaism/Zionism (1921); the League of Nations (1915-1932); militarism (1912-1931); movies (1933-1934); the National Peace Federation (undated); the Nobel Peace Foundation (undated); the Nobel Peace Prize (1901-1935); old age security (1929-1934); the Pan Pacific Conference (1928); philosophical works (1892-1902); population (1933); prisoners of war (1919-1920); Japan (1919-1933); Latin America (1922-1931); and Mexico (1921-1927)

113:34 for material on progressivism (1912-1928); prohibition (1927-1932); public housing (1932-1935); race relations (1919-1934); religious material (by organizational name); Russia (1919-1921); social work and settlements (1897-1935); student peace activities (1932-1933); and unemployment (1921-1935)

113:35 for material on U.S. foreign policy (1916-1931); woman suffrage (1911-1932); world court/international law and arbitration (1913-1930); child labor/juvenile courts (1906-1925); civil liberties/free speech (1917-1931); the American Citizenship Foundation (1927); the American Friends Service Committee (1920-1929); the American Peace Society (1906-1928); the American Union against Militarism (1916-1922); the Bureau International Permanent de la Paix (1899-1930); the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (1914-1935); the Fellowship of Reconciliation (1923-1935); the Foreign Policy Association (1919-1934); the French League for the Defense of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen (1922); the Friends, Society of (1920-1926); and the General Committee on the Limitation of Armament (1921- 1922)

113:36 for material on Hull-House (1902-1935; see also Series 13a); the International Anti-Militarist Union (1920); the International Peace Press Bureau (1933); the League of Women Voters (1920-1924); the National Council for Prevention of War, Washington, DC (1921-1930); the National Council for Prevention of War, London, England (1915-1928); the Neutral Conference for Continuous Mediation (1915-1916); the No More War Movement (1932-1933); the Pan-Pacific Union (1920-1933); the Theistic Endeavor Society (1915-1925); the Women's Union for Peace (undated); and the World Peace Foundation (publications 1914-1933)

113:37 for magazines and pamphlets (1890-1935); maps; and material on peace (1892-1935), and war (1900-1932)

113:38 for material on Marianne Hainisch (1930); Elena Landazuri (1925-1926); the peace movement (1915-1934); and postwar conditions in Germany (1920)

113:39 for material on the Central Organization for a Durable Peace [1915-1919?]

113:41 for material on the International Congress of Spanish and Spanish- American Women (1925); the International School, Geneva, Switzerland (1925-1930); and the Joint Committee of the Friends' Council for International Service and the Howard League for Penal Reform (1926)

113:42 for material on the National Committee on American-Japanese Relations (1921); the National Council for the Prevention of War (1922-1932); the Pan-Pacific Women's Association (1915-1934); and the Emergency and War Victims Relief Committee of the Society of Friends (1915-1935)

113:45 for writings (02/15/1919-10/22/1932)

113:51 for material on Hull-House Association records: Hull-House Woman's Club (1892-1935)

 


 
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