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Adena Miller Rich papers, 1905-1961
After Jane Addams' death in 1935, Adena Miller Rich took over the position of head resident of Hull House. The Adena Miller Rich papers include Hull House records, official correspondence, letters, memos, memorial services, statistical reports, Board of Trustees papers, membership lists, events a...
Alice Hamilton collection, 1913-1995
This collection includes published material by Alice Hamilton, newspaper clippings regarding her career, a commemorative U.S. postage stamp, and a book review of Barbara Sicherman's biography. Correspondence with Nicolette Malone, Lea D. Taylor, Russell Ward Ballard, and Francesca Molinaro is als...
Alma Birmingham papers, 1907-1961
Part of the Jane Addams Memorial Collection. Alma Birmingham was a Hull-House resident, a pianist and music teacher at the Hull-House Music School, 1922-42. The collection includes correspondence, photographs, recital programs, clippings and paintings. The materials pertain to music at Hull-House...
Alma Petersen papers, 1943-1972
Alma Schmidt Petersen (b. 1894) held a variety of executive positions in Chicago area civic organizations in the middle of the Twentieth Century. A protege of Louise deKoven Bowen, Petersen was invited to join the Board of Trustees of the Hull-House Association in 1943 and later served as its Pre...
Art Resources in Teaching records, 1906-1994
Art Resources in Teaching was founded as the Chicago Public School Art Society in 1894 at Hull-House. It was led by Ellen Gates Starr and included a group of women from the Chicago Woman's Club. Its goal was to serve young people in the inner city. It did this initially by refurbishing classrooms...
Arthur Hillman papers, 1930-1965
Part of the Jane Addams Memorial Collection. Arthur Hillman (1910-1985) was a board member and director of the Chicago training office of the National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers as well as a professor of urban sociology at Roosevelt University. Associated with Roosevelt Un...
Association for Family Living records, 1926-1967
The Association for Family Living was an educational agency in Chicago concerned with improving marriage and family life. This collection covers the history and activities of the Chicago based Association for Family Living from its inception in 1926 through 1967.
Barbara Shipps' Hull-House collection, 1892-1978
The Barbara Shipps Hull-House Collection contains materials pertaining to Shipps' great aunts Eleanor and Gertrude Smith who served as Directors and Teachers at the Hull-House music school.
Bertha E. Schlotter papers, 1916-1970
The collection contains photographs, newspaper clippings, articles, pamphlets, correspondence, and speeches. The materials pertain to Hull-House, Neva Leona Boyd, recreation, and the developmentally disabled.
Bethlehem Howell Neighborhood Center collection, 1894-1969
Bethlehem Center and Howell House were church-related neighborhood houses serving the Pilsen area on the Near West Side. They provided religious, social services, and personal welfare assistance to an immigrant community composed predominantly of Bohemians, Poles, and Czechs. The two centers coop...
Charles Phineas Schwartz papers, 1915-1970
Part of the Jane Addams Memorial Collection. Charles P. Schwartz (1887-1975) was an attorney, civic leader, and educator in the social welfare movement. Schwartz served as chairman of the State of Illinois Committee on Citizenship and Naturalization and wrote many pamphlets for new citizens. Schw...
Chicago Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers collection, 1896-1982
The collection contains minutes, speeches, annual reports, studies, reports, and correspondence dating from 1900 to the present. The materials pertain to Chicago area settlement houses, social work, childcare, public housing, poverty, Jane Addams, and Louise de Koven Bowen.
Clara Landsberg papers, 1912
The Clara Landsberg papers consists of correspondence addressed to Clara Landsberg.
Clarence Darrow Community Center records, 1954-1970
The collection contains records dating from 1954 to 1970 including committee reports, correspondence, budgets, programs, photographs, newspaper clippings, annual reports and a scrapbook. The materials pertain to the administration of the community center and its programs.
Dame Henrietta Barnett papers, 1897-1935
Part of the Jane Addams Memorial Collection. Part of the Midwest Women's Historical Collection. Together with her husband, Canon Samuel Barnett, Henrietta Barnett (1851-1936) founded the world's first settlement house, Toynbee Hall in London in 1844. In addition to her settlement work, Henrietta ...
Dora Nelson collection, 1917-1941
Part of the Jane Addams Memorial Collection. Part of the Midwest Women's Historical Collection. Dora Nelson was associated with Neva Leona Boyd and the recreation movement in Chicago. The collection contains sheet music, folk dance instructions, photographs, and one piece of pottery. It includes ...
Dorothy North papers, 1905-1916
The Dorothy North Papers include correspondence, clippings, notes with some material regarding the Chicago Little Theatre, and a resolution and report of the Woman's Peace Party.
Dorothy Sigel papers, 1912-2002
Dorothy (Mittelman) Sigel (1900-2000) was an actress and social activist with a long association with Hull-House.This collection reflects Dorothy Sigel's relationship to Jane Addams, Edith de Nancrede, and the Hull-House Theater.
Edith and Grace Abbott collection, 1909-1951
Edith and Grace Abbott lived at Hull-House and were founders of the Immigrants' Protective League. The Edith and Grace Abbott collection consists of articles, book reviews, newspaper clippings, yearbook, letters, memorials, reports, addresses, and writings.
Edward "Ned" Yeomans papers, 1915-1944
Edward "Ned" Yeomans was a friend of Jane Addams, an active contributor to Hull House, co-founder of the Yeomans Brothers Company, and a pioneer in educational reform. His papers include published and unpublished writings, clippings, and book reviews.
Eleanor and Gertrude Smith papers, ca. 1890s - 1930s
Part of the Jane Addams Memorial Collection. Eleanor Smith was the director of the Hull-House music school from 1893 until 1935. In addition to teaching music, Eleanor Smith composed music for her students. She was head of the Department of Vocal Music in the Cook County Normal School until comin...
Ellenor T. Dolowy papers, 1932-1957
This collection contains a set of diaries kept by Ellenor Dolowy while she was district supervisor for the Visiting Nurse Association of Chicago. The diaries contain photographs and descriptions of the people visited by the VNA.
Elsie P. Wolcott papers, 1906-1933
Elsie P. Wolcott was a social worker in Chicago and part of the larger circle of social reformers and activists surrounding Jane Addams. Wolcott studied under Edith Abbott at the Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy. She researched practical problems faced by poor families such as food prese...
Eri Baker Hulbert III papers, 1934-1965
The first part of the collection (folders 1-36) consists primarily of correspondence and legal documents chronicling the death of Jane Addams and the struggle of her heirs a) to determine how the copyright percentages should be divided among themselves and b) to persuade others that they had the ...