Twenty Years at Hull-House, with Autobiographical Notes
NY, The MacMillan Co. 1949, 1949 Printing of 1910 First Edition. Hardcover. Ex-Library, Autobiography of Jane Addams and the story of Hull-House in Chicago, which was opened by her in 1889 in the Charles Hull mansion at 800 S. Halsted street, in Chicago. Aided by Ellen Gates Starr, Miss Addams helped hundreds of Chicago immigrants and others gain a place of self-respect in society. Edgewear and exterior rub marks. Miss Addams' campaigns for social and labor reforms were known the world over and she won a Nobel Peace Prize in 1931. In the years following 1889, about a dozen. Very Good -/No Jacket.
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Keywords: Hull House, Autobiography, Jane Addams, Poverty,Chicago, Immigration, Immigrants