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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
100 years at Hull-House.
Bloomington : Indiana University Press, ©1990
|Named Person:||Jane Addams; Jane Addams|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mary Lynn McCree Bryan; Allen Freeman Davis
|ISBN:||0253316219 9780253316219 0253205794 9780253205797|
|Notes:||Rev., expanded ed. of: Eighty years at Hull-House. 1969.
|Description:||xvi, 335 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm|
|Contents:||Preface Acknowledgments Beginnings: 1889-1900 First Days at Hull-House/Jane Addams Two Women's Work, Tenements, and a Name/Nora Marks and Ellen Gates Starr Mary Kenney Is Invited In/Mary Kenney Florence Kelley Comes to Stay/Florence Kelley Tenement House Manufacture/Florence Kelley Wage-Earning Children/Florence Kelley and Alzina P. Stevens Art Work/Jane Addams A Day at Hull-House/Dorothea Moore The Social Value of the Saloon/Ernest C. Moore Hull-House and the Ward Boss/Ray Stannard Baker Life at Hull-House/Alice Hamilton A Fabian Visits Hull-House/Beatrice Webb Creative Years: 1900-1914 Hull-House--A Souvenir/Francis Hackett Hull-House Basketball/Chicago Chronicle A Labor Museum/Marion Foster Washburne Hull-House Bookbindery/Ellen Gates Starr The Art and Craft of the Machine/Frank Lloyd Wright The Hull-House Players/Elsie F. Weil Christmas at Hull-House/Amalie Hannig A Traveling Photographer at Hull-House/Lewis Hine Hull-House Songs/Eleanor Smith The School as Social Center/John Dewey Hull-House Within and Without/Alice Hamilton Ellen Gates Starr and Labor/Eleanor Grace Clark An Anti-Hull-House Voice/Wallace L. DeWolf The Working GirlOs Song/Harriet Monroe Hull-House, Irreligious and Socialistic/Chicago Chronicle Well-Meaning but Unmeaning/Walter Lippmann Radicals Attack Hull-House/New York Call Immigants at Hull-House/Edith Abbott Masked Ball at Hull-House/Judson Grenell Jane Addams Invites Me In/Philip Davis Votes for OIgnorant WomenO/Jane Addams What Kind of a Home I Would Like to Have/An Anonymous Greek Immigrant and Carmella Gustaferre The Colored People of Chicago/Louise deKoven Bowen Poverty/Robert Hunter The Hull-House War on Cocaine/Charities and the Commons Working with the Juvenile Delinquent/Sara L. Hart The Devil Baby at Hull-House/Jane Addams Maturity: 1914-1935 War and Red Scare/Jane Addams, United States Congressional Record, and Elizabeth Dilling Hull-House, 1921-1937/Robert Morss Lovett and Oscar Ludmann Hull-House Photographs/Wallace Kirkland Gypsies in Halsted Street/Clare Edgar McLure A Decade of Prohibition/Jane Addams The Story of a Gang Member/John Landesco Twice Twenty Years at Hull-House/Paul Kellogg Hull-House in 1932/Edmund Wilson The Death of Jane Addams/Louise de Koven Bowen Confusion and Recovery: 1935-1962 Mrs. Rich Takes Command/Louise deKoven Bowen and Adena Miller Rich The Rich Years/Adena Miller Rich Charlotte Carr--Settlement Lady/Milton Mayer Integration at Hull-House/Dewey R. Jones Rug Cutters at Hull-House/Todd Hunter Fiftieth Birthday Party/Lloyd Lewis Charlotte Carr Departs/Howard Vincent OOBrien and Time Magazine Confusion and Despair/Jessie F. Binford An Evening at Hull-House/Russell Ward Ballard Hull-House in the Late 1940s/Elaine Switzer Public Housing in Chicago/Robert C. Weaver Teeming with Problems/Paul B. Johnson The Fight to Save Hull-House/Nancy Craver, Charlene Dalpiaz, Helen Z. Fedoryn, the Debonairs, and Russell W. Ballard Jane AddamsO Hull-House/David Dodds Henry Florence ScalaOs Story/Studs Terkel The End and a New Beginning: 1963-1989 Hull-House, A New Face/Richard Gosswiller Hull-House Theatre: Capital C, Small s/Peter Jacobi People Power/La Gente Domestic Violence/Susan Lewis Housing Reform in the 1980s/Grant Pick and Stevenson O. Swanson Working with the Elderly/Patricia L. Sharpe, Jane F. Connolly, Ruby L. Schmidt, and Marjorie W. Lundy The Hull-House Neighborhoods/Hull-House Association Contributions over One Hundred Years/Patricia Sharpe Afterword Index|
|Other Titles:||One hundred years at Hull-House
Years at Hull-House
Eighty years at Hull-House.
|Responsibility:||edited by Mary Lynn McCree Bryan and Allen F. Davis.|