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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.

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Chicago Woman's Aid records, 1903-1988

The Young Ladies Aid Society, organized in 1882, was incorporated by the State of Illinois in 1895 and renamed the Chicago Woman's Aid. The collection contains correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, minutes, and photographs dating from 1903 to 1988.

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Louise deKoven Bowen papers, 1911-1957

Part of the Jane Addams Memorial Collection. Louise deKoven Bowen (1859-1953) was a Chicago philanthopist, social reformer and benefactor of Hull-House. She was the director of the Woman's Club of Chicago and served as Hull-House Treasurer and president of the Board of Directors. She also served ...

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Louise Hadduck DeKoven Bowen collection

Scrapbooks (4 v.; 13 1/2 x 16 in.) compiled in honor of Mrs. Bowen, a Chicago social reformer and philanthropist, containing correspondence, newspaper clippings, pamphlets and other printed materials, photographs, and other items relating to her views on the social evils of her time and her conce...

Mary E. Murphy papers, 1921-1941

Mary E. Murphy (1883-1948) served as Director of the Elizabeth McCormick Foundation. Murphy was affiliated with Jane Addams and the foundation sponsored the Hull-House Open Air School located on the roof of the Mary Crane Building. The Mary E. Murphy Papers consist of correspondence.

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