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Laura Jane Addams was born on September 06, 1860 in Cedarville, Illinois, the youngest of four living children. She was the daughter of John Huy Addams (1822?-1881), a wealthy grist mill owner and Illinois state senator (1854-1870), and Sarah Weber (1817-1863). Her father married Anna Hostetter Haldeman (1828-1919) in 1864, which brought two step-brothers into the family.

Part of America's first generation of college-educated women, Jane Addams graduated as valedictorian from Rockford Female Seminary (Illinois) in 1881, and was granted a Bachelor of Arts degree in June 1882. She spent a semester at the Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia in 1881-1882, before undergoing medical treatment herself in March 1882. In the Fall of 1882, her brother-in-law (and step-brother) performed an operation to correct the curvature of her spine. In 1883-1885, Addams traveled in Europe with friends and with her step-mother, and again in 1887-1888 with friends Ellen Gates Starr and Sarah Anderson. She visited Toynbee Hall in London, England with Sarah Anderson in June 1888. These were formative years for Addams as she viewed the slum conditions in cities in Europe, thought deeply about human rights for women and for the poor as well as about world peace, and talked with persons involved in alleviating social problems.

In September 1889, Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr, a former Rockford classmate, opened Hull-House in Chicago's nineteenth ward. By 1893, Hull-House had become a center of some forty clubs, functions, and activities for the neighborhood's immigrant population. During the next forty years that Jane Addams resided there, Hull-House was to assume international significance as some of its more famous residents and associates -- Grace Abbott, Alice Hamilton, Florence Kelley, Julia Lathrop, and Henry Demarest Lloyd -- championed many causes including protection of immigrants, child labor laws, industrial safety, juvenile courts, recognition of labor unions, and woman suffrage. Addams herself served as the Inspector of Streets and Alleys in the neighborhood of Hull-House for three years, waged a fourteen-year battle for legislation to outlaw child labor, was president of the National Conference on Charities and Corrections, and helped establish the Children's Bureau as well as the National Association for Advancement of Colored People, to name a few involvements. She never drew a salary from Hull-House, but instead used her inheritance and the proceeds from her writings to live on as well as to underwrite the causes she championed.

Addams wrote many books that outlined her philosophy and the history of her endeavors: 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 (1911), The Long Road of Women's Memory (1916), Peace and Bread in Time of War (1922), The Second Twenty Years at Hull-House (1930), and The Excellent Becomes Permanent (1932). With the publication of Newer Ideals of Peace, Jane Addams became known as a pacifist, a stand which brought her much ridicule and censure when the United States finally entered World War I (in January 1919, she was listed on Archibald Stevenson's "Traitors List" presented to the Overman Subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee). Yet by 1931, public opinion had swayed to embrace her ideas and that year she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, shared with Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia University.

Early in 1915 Addams was elected chairman of the recently formed Woman's Peace Party of the United States. Later that year she was selected as president of the International Congress of Women at The Hague. She was chairman of the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace (1915-1919), a temporary organization which later became the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF). Working under the aegis of Herbert Hoover's Food Administration, she undertook a cross country lecture tour in 1918, encouraging increased food production to assist war victims. Elected president of WILPF at its founding in 1919, Jane Addams presided over the League's many international meetings, and, in 1929 at the Prague conference, was made the organization's honorary president for life. She convened the Pan-Pacific Women's Union, which met in Hawaii in 1928.

The M. Carey Thomas Prize, awarded by Bryn Mawr College to "an American woman in recognition of eminent achievement," was given to Jane Addams in 1931. Fifteen colleges and universities, including Yale and Smith, conferred honors upon her. In 1940, the U.S. Government included her as one of 35 persons in their Famous Americans series of commemorative stamps.

Jane Addams died of cancer on May 21, 1935 and was buried in Cedarville, Illinois.

The bulk of the Jane Addams Collection consists of correspondence, as well as Rockford Seminary notebooks, diaries, engagement calendars, writings and speeches by and about Addams, passports, visiting cards, reviews of her books, reference files, death notices, condolences, descriptions of memorial services, photographs, the Nobel Peace Prize medal, and memorabilia. Also of note is a very large quantity of mounted clippings (1892-1935) about Addams and material related to the operation of Hull-House. Assorted papers of her father, John Huy Addams, and of the Addams, Weber and Reiff families are also part of the collection. Current articles and reference works on Jane Addams update the collection continually. The personal library of Addams of books on the subjects of peace and international relations forms a separate special collection in the Swarthmore College Peace Collection.

The correspondence of Addams includes letters written to many of the most influential figures of her generation. Emily Greene Balch, a Women's International League for Peace and Freedom official and former Wellesley College professor, and Mary Rozet Smith, a Hull-House resident and intimate friend, each wrote hundreds of letters to her.

A sampling of Addams' correspondents includes Edith Abbott, Grace Abbott, Katherine Devereux Blake, Edward Bok, Louise de Koven Bowen, Carrie Chapman Catt, Dorothy Detzer, John Dewey, Madeleine Z. Doty, Helena Stuart Dudley, Richard Theodore Ely, Alice Hamilton, Herbert Hoover, Maney O. Hudson, Hannah Clothier Hull, Harold L. Ickes, Ada L. James, William James, David Starr Jordan, Florence Kelley, Paul Underwood Kellogg, Frances Alice Lochner, Ida C. Lovett, Robert Morss Lovett, Lucia Ames Mead, Margaret Dreier Robins, Theodore Roosevelt, Rosika Schwimmer, Amelia Sears, Anna Garlin Spencer, Ellen Gates Starr, Alzina Parsons Stevens, Ida Minerva Tarbell, Graham Taylor, Lee Demarest Taylor, Lillian D. Wald, Julia Grace Wales, Woodrow Wilson, Amy Woods, and Mary Emma Wooley.

Among the foreign correspondents are Gertrud(e) Baer, Henrietta Octavia Barnett, Kathleen D. Courtney, Camille Drevet, Vilma Glücklich, Yella Hertzka, Lida Gustava Heymann, Aletta H. Jacobs, Tano Jodai, Catherine E. Marshall, Beatrice Potter Webb, and Sidney James Webb.

Further information about Jane Addams can be found in published autobiographies, as well as other secondary material owned by the Swarthmore College Peace Collection. See also comments on traveling and working with Addams (1915, 1919, 1922) by Lucy Biddle Lewis in her papers owned by the Friends Historical Library at Swarthmore College.

There are several variations of collections by/about Jane Addams available. This finding aid for the Jane Addams Collection describes ONLY the original documents and resources actually owned by the Swarthmore College Peace Collection (SCPC). The notations concerning microfilm in this finding aid refer to the published microfilm set: The Jane Addams Papers (Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms, Inc. (UMI), 1984). The Swarthmore College Peace Collection does not own a full set of the original resources included in this microfilm.

The published microfilm set entitled The Jane Addams Papers (ed. Mary Lynn McCree Bryan, et. al., UMI, 1984) consists of 82 reels with thousands of documents concerning the life of Jane Addams. These original sources come from hundreds of archival repositories and libraries around the world, INCLUDING most of those deposited at the SCPC. The Jane Addams Papers [microfilm set] is currently owned by over 40 academic and large public libraries across the United States. The printed guide to this set of microfilm describes the contents of each reel of microfilm and is entitled The Jane Addams Papers (edited by Mary Lynn Bryan, et. al., Ann Arbor, Michigan: UMI, 1985). In 1996, a detailed index to the published microfilm set was published under the title: The Jane Addams Papers: A Comprehensive Guide (edited by Mary Lynn McCree Bryan, et. al., Indiana University Press, 1996). These resources are NOT available online. Researchers who wish to consult the microfilm must first examine the printed guide or index to determine which reel(s) of microfilm to use.

The Jane Addams Collection is made up of at least three accessions. The first, sent by Jane Addams in 1930, had "Jane Addams Collection Swarthmore" stamped in black on each item [as well as those papers culled from the early WOmen's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) papers?]. The papers in the 144 manuscript boxes transferred from the Library of Congress in 1950 were all stamped in red. Mary G. Cary, SCPC Curator, and Dorothy G. Harris, Associate Director of the Friends Historical Library, visited Hull-House in Chicago in 1959, and returned with a third accession of material, all stamped in green. In addition, correspondence of Addams and material about her has been received from various sources in later years, with most being stamped in blue. These are found at the end of Series 1.

A card index to the Addams correspondence was kept up through the 1980s. A color coding system was used to indicate:

  1. White: first and second accessions
  2. Blue: 3rd accession
  3. Buff: accessions after 1959; located by name of collection or by date
  4. Salmon: correspondence in other Swarthmore College Peace Collection document groups

This has been superseded by the index in The Jane Addams Papers: A Comprehensive Guide, edited by Mary Lynn Bryan (Indiana University Press, 1996). The Guide details what is on the 82 reels of microfilm that contain all of the known Addams papers in repositories around the country. An attempt was made throughout the checklist to compare the Swarthmore College Peace Collection's Addams papers with the microfilm and to identify which Series appear on which reels, using the same subject headings as were used in the Guide.

The Swarthmore College Peace Collection (SCPC) Jane Addams Collection is made up of the following:

  1. Series 1 consists of correspondence (1870-1935) to and from Addams. Supplementary correspondence, which appears after Box 23, contains the letters that were given to the SCPC after the first filming of the Addams Collection was done prior to 1985. It also consists of copies of Addams letters that are in other repositories, and Addams letters in other SCPC collections.
  2. Addams was in the habit of making pencilled notes on the envelopes of letters she received. Many of these envelopes had been detached from their correspondence before the papers came to the SCPC. Addams also filed papers on special subjects in long envelopes, on which she made notes concerning their contents. All those that were detached may be found in Series 2, though many others appear in other Series as well.
  3. Series 3 contains a large number of the printed and manuscript articles and speeches by Addams, in chronological order, as well as the manuscripts of two of her books, The Excellent Becomes the Permanent and My Friend, Julia Lathrop.
  4. In Series 4 may be found varied material on Addams and her many involvements, including papers from Hull-House. These too are in chronological order.
  5. Series 6 consists of calling cards, diaries, passports, Rockford Seminary notebooks, engagement calendars, and other items of a personal nature.
  6. Letters, wedding trip journals, and other material by and about John Huy Addams, father of Jane Addams, appear in Series 7.
  7. Series 8 contains letters by Addams family members and extended family members, legal documents, and genealogy material.
  8. A very extensive number of newsclippings about Addams, many sent to her by a clipping bureau, were mounted and can be found in Series 11. This Series is added to periodically.
  9. Series 12 contains publicity and reviews for Addams' books.
  10. Series 13A is made up of material relating to Hull-House: its residents, programs, clubs, and publications; and items of interest to Addams and other Hull-House personnel in their work on settlements, slums, child labor, and peace.
  11. Addams' reference files in Series 14 are divided into categories: WILPF, people, subjects, organizations, and miscellaneous.
  12. Series 16 contains Vol. 5:1 through Vol. 9:7 of the Rockford Seminary Magazine.
  13. A folder of copies of war cartoons that were collected by Addams is all that is now in Series 17.
  14. Series 18 is made up of Addams family and extended family letters, as well as genealogical material, and other items. These were received from Mary Hulbert in 1979.

The collection includes many photographs of Jane Addams by herself or with others, of family members, of friends or associates, of Hull-House, and of the Addams family homestead and mill. It also includes oversize items, memorabilia, and sound/video recordings, all of which are described in the checklist after Series 18.

It was necessary to keep the Series listings as they are because of the microfilm designations of what Series appears on which frames, even though material could now be more readily accessible if rearranged, and even though material in some Series has since been transferred. For instance, the photographs in Series 5 and 9 are now in the SCPC Photograph Collection (under DG 001). The books formerly in Series 10 were returned to Alice DeLoach in 1963. The clippings in Series 13 are no longer separate from those in Series 11. The herbarium put together by Addams, which comprised Series 15, was discarded after being microfilmed, because of its poor condition.

The SCPC has several microfilmed versions of parts of DG 001. The reel numbers 1:1-29, and 113 have been assigned by the SCPC as part of their internal microfilm number system. It is expected that the material on reels 1:1-29 has been incorporated into the material filmed by UMI (113). The reels consist of the following:

  1. 1:1 Correspondence, 1872-05/13/1902
  2. 1:2 Correspondence, 05/14/1902-12/08/1911
  3. 1:3 Correspondence, Dec. 1911-July/Aug. 1913
  4. 1:4 Correspondence, July/Aug. 1913-Nov. 1916
  5. 1:5 Correspondence, Dec. 1916-June 1920
  6. 1:6 Correspondence, July 1920-Oct. 1921
  7. 1:7 Correspondence, Nov. 1921-Feb. 1923
  8. 1:8 Correspondence, March 1923-May 1924
  9. 1:9 Correspondence, June 1924-Dec. 1925
  10. 1:10 Correspondence, January 1926-March 1927
  11. 1:11 Correspondence, April 1927-July 19, 1928
  12. 1:12 Correspondence, July 20, 1928-Aug. 1930
  13. 1:13 Correspondence, Sept. 1930-12/10/1931
  14. 1:14 Correspondence, 12/11/1931-March 1932
  15. 1:15 Correspondence, April 1932-June 1933
  16. 1:16 Correspondence, July 1933-Sept. 1934
  17. 1:17 Correspondence, October 1934-May 1935, includes letters from Albert Einstein, Emily Greene Balch, Lucia Ames Mead, Henrietta Rothwell, Carrie Chapman Catt, Salmon Levinson, Anna Cass, and Addams' nephews (great-nephews?) Johnny and Henry; a few short letters from Addams; telegrams of condolence re: Addams' death from Jeannette Rankin, Mary McLeod Bethune, Carrie Chapman Catt, Congressman A.J. Sabath, Lillian Wald, and Rosika Schwimmer; and Supplementary Correspondence (1959 accession), 1889-October 16, 1896
  18. 1:18 Supplementary Correspondence (1959 Accession), June 1896-Dec. 1923
  19. 1:19 Supplementary Correspondence (1959 Accession), 1924-1933; and, correspondence of Addams with Ida C. Lovett (1922-1935), and with George and Alice Haldeman
  20. 1:20 Correspondence of Ada James, Henry Demarest Lloyd, Raymond Robins, Julia Grace Wales, Louis P. Lochner, and others [originals in State Historical Society of Wisconsin]
  21. 1:21 Correspondence, 1894-1935, of Anita McCormick (Mrs. Emmons) Blaine [originals in State Historical Society of Wisconsin]
  22. 1:22 Selections from Richard T. Ely papers, 1890-1915, including correspondence of Florence Kelley [originals in State Historical Society of Wisconsin]
  23. 1:23 Speeches and Correspondence of Florence Kelley and Julia Lathrop [originals in State Historical Society of Wisconsin]
  24. 1:24 Correspondence, 1870-1915, received from Alice DeLoach [called the "Ellen Starr Brinton Collection of the Jane Addams Family Papers" at DeLoach's request]. Originals returned to DeLoach (see provenance section of checklist). Includes correspondence of Alice Haldeman, 1870-1915; John Huy Addams and Anna Haldeman Addams; George Haldeman, 1881-1887; and Marcet Haldeman-Julius; and Article "Two Mothers of Jane Addams" by Marcet Haldeman-Julius [note: microfilm of 1904-1915 is in reverse chronological order]
  25. 1:25 Correspondence, 1916-1925, received from Alice DeLoach [called the "Ellen Starr Brinton Collection of the Jane Addams Family Papers" at DeLoach's request]. Originals returned to DeLoach (see provenance section of checklist). Includes correspondence of Marcet Haldeman-Julius, and peace pamphlets
  26. 1:26 Hull-House Publications: Hull-House Yearbook (1876-1878), Hull-House Songs, Hull-House Bulletin (2:1, 2:2, 2:3, 3:3, 3:6)
  27. 1:27 Correspondence, 1876-1878, of Addams with Vallie Beck
  28. 1:28 Correspondence, 1916-1919, of Addams with Oswald Villard and the Sunset Club; and Material on meetings and memberships (1891-1893)
  29. 1:29 Papers relating to Addams, 1890-1931, at Yale University [originals in the MSS and Archives Department at Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University]
  30. 113:1-71 and Addendum 113:1A-11 Complete microfilm collection filmed by University Microfilms International (UMI, Michigan, 1985)

Described in: Guide to the Swarthmore College Peace Collection, 2nd ed. (1981) p. 4; and Guide to Sources on Women in the Swarthmore College Peace Collection [compiled and] edited by Wendy E. Chmielewski (1988), p. 3.

The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is the official repository for these papers. Gift of Jane Addams, 1930; transfer from Library of Congress, 1950; and gift of Hull House, 1959.

Series 1, 2, 3, 6, 11, 12, 13, 13a, 14 and 15 of this collection are available on microfilm (reels 1.1-29, and 113) as part of the Jane Addams Papers from University Microfilms International. See the Arrangement note for details of what portions are on each reel. Microfilm is available on-site by appointment and through interlibrary loan from the Swarthmore College Libraries.

Portions of the Addams correspondence have been digitized and are available from Jane Addams Digital Edition.

The Jane Addams papers of the Swarthmore College Peace Collection (SCPC) comprise one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of Addams material in the world.

Jane Addams gave two boxes of material to the Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College in October 1930, at the recommendation of Lucy Biddle Lewis, a member of Swarthmore College's board of managers. As Lewis related in 1935 to Ellen Starr Brinton, the first curator of the SCPC: "I was visiting Miss Addams at Hull-House and one day found her industriously burning papers in her fireplace and casually asked her about them. 'I have been many places and seen many people and lots of letters have come to me. Some are important internationally. I do not know what to do with them and rather than leave them to go into the hands of disinterested persons I am burning them,' said Miss Addams. I was horrified and quickly thought of the Historical Library at Swarthmore which my family had helped build, so thought I could offer space there. I told Miss Addams we would care for them and that she should send to Swarthmore whatever she wanted to have preserved."

There is no record of when such a visit might have taken place. But Swarthmore was also brought to Addams' attention by personnel of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF). Mary Louise Marriott wrote to Addams on July 17, 1929: "As no doubt Miss Detzer has told you, we are moving the National Office on August 1st to #8 Jackson Place NW. At this time the Swarthmore College Library is going to take over our old files and keep them as our space is so very limited and Miss Detzer would like to know if you wish your files, which you have sent here, packed with the ones to be sent on to Swarthmore, or if they are of such a nature that you would prefer not to do so." Addams replied in 1929: "I would be glad to have any material sent to Swarthmore and hope to add [more? mine?] to it after my return." She wrote to Lucy Biddle Lewis on October 22, 1930: "I sent two boxes of books [and papers?] to Swarthmore yesterday, but I am not sure that they will be of much use.... I am going to add a box of pamphlets that seemed to me worth saving from the mass of stuff that comes along." On December 12, 1931, she wrote to Hannah Clothier Hull: "I am ... sending a lot of peace material [to the library at Swarthmore College] as my final attempt to add to the library."

The first effort at sorting the papers was done in the spring of 1935, under the aegis of Jane Addams. This was interrupted by Addams' death, after which a committee, made up of Lucy Biddle Lewis, Hannah Clothier Hull, Emily Cooper Johnson, and Marie O. Aydelotte, decided the disposition of the collection (the committee was in existence until the summer of 1939). Ellen Starr Brinton reported in November 1935: "When I first went to the Swarthmore Library, my chief object was to find the Addams material.... Miss Addams' papers were all packed in small cardboard boxes. Letters, clippings, printed material and manuscripts [were] all combined together without regard to topic, source or date. At present the complete Addams Collection is as follows: 6 metal file drawers filled with papers and letters arranged ... in chronological order; 1 metal cabinet filled with W.I.L. Congress reports and publications; and 22 small 'book files' packed full of newspaper clippings and some printed material mostly on peace." Addams' original gift, as well as the papers of WILPF, soon became the foundation and inspiration for the present Swarthmore College Peace Collection.

Once the original accessions had been processed, at least in part, Brinton became concerned about the disposition of the rest of the Addams papers. Addams' nephew, James Weber Linn, had begun a biography of her in 1934 (published in late 1935). Before her death, Addams sent him material that she thought would help in this endeavor. She wrote to him on March 08, 1935: "I am sending you some more of those family letters, which I think should be read and destroyed. This is true of some of the others which I am going to send in a file case tomorrow. The case was quite full when it was sent out, and I have destroyed half or two-thirds of them as they seemed much too intimate to be used.... Probably they will best all be destroyed, but they may reveal a certain daily activity which you may wish to know about." When Addams died two months later, she willed him all of her personal papers, and made him responsible for their disposition.

Brinton asked Linn to send this material to Swarthmore, stating over and over that Addams had made such a preference known to her. However, Linn died in 1937 and willed the Addams papers to his wife, Mary Howland Linn, and his two daughters, Jane Rogers and Elizabeth Allen. Linn's heirs decided to give the papers to the Library of Congress, on the recommendation of Grace Abbott and Dr. Sophonisba Breckenridge of the University of Chicago. Breckenridge seriously disagreed with Brinton's claim that Addams wished all of her papers to reside at Swarthmore. She wrote to Hannah Clothier Hull (who had written to her on Brinton's behalf) on April 26, 1940: "We have every reason to think from the talks we had with Miss Addams that she gave to Swarthmore all that she thought should go to Swarthmore.... [A]fter all, the Congressional Library is the place to which scholars go for material in many fields and Miss Addams' work and life touched many aspects of the community organization other than the international or the peace aspect.... Swarthmore is, after all, a college and the scholars who make use of the Congressional Library come from wide ranges of interest and ... academic and scientific achievement. I should perhaps add that while Mr. Linn spoke to us often of his aunt's papers, I never got the impression that he had any thought of depositing the remaining papers at Swarthmore."

Breckenridge was not the only one who thought Brinton should stop lobbying for more Addams' material. Rosika Schwimmer, who had been for many years a colleague of Addams in WILPF, had written to Hannah Clothier Hull on March 13, 1936: "Enclosed I am sending you some material about the plans for a World Center for Women's Archives, which under Mrs. Mary R. Beard's leadership has progressed very far toward its realization. You will see that the high aim of this World Center would be frustrated if we did not make every effort for unity, for centralization of available material.... Miss Addams visited me ... and we discussed the matter of a World Center for Women's Archives, which she considered very desirable.... [E]arly in 1935 ... Miss Addams told me that she had placed part of her material at Swarthmore College, but that she saw the cultural, feminist and pacifist importance of a united center. She said she would hold the material still in her possession for placement in an archive center if that would materialize. She thought in that case of discussing the assembling of all her material if the Swarthmore authorities would also realize the increased educational and historical value of her material if made a part of a collection covering the whole field of women's endeavor, success and failure."

Brinton never lost her belief that Swarthmore College was the best repository for Addams' papers. She and Frank Aydelotte, President of Swarthmore College, tried for ten years to convince the Library of Congress to transfer its materials to the SCPC. Dr. St. George Sioussat, from the Library of Congress, wrote to Aydelotte on January 23, 1940: "I am glad that your letter mentions only the peace material and that of the WILPF.... Do you not think that it would have been better ... that the whole collection, peace and all, should have been, from the beginning, given to the Library of Congress, to take its place along with the papers of other representative women whose collections we have and have exhibited?" Aydelotte responded on January 29, 1940: "Certainly it would not be my policy to advocate keeping manuscripts here which would be more useful in another place, but ... I believe the peace collection planned by Miss Addams for Swarthmore based upon her manuscripts and supported by the Society of Friends is really more useful here than it would be anywhere else. It is the embodiment of a historic Friends testimony, and it is the nucleus of a collection of material connected with the history of organized efforts for peace which could not be entirely duplicated even by the immense resources of the Library of Congress."

Brinton explained to Elizabeth Allen on April 19, 1940: "In regard to Miss Addams' papers - the discussion between President Aydelotte and Dr. Sioussat has been in regard to all her papers. We cannot see how to make a division between her interest in peace and her interest in other subjects, as her whole life was devoted to various causes, all of them connected with friendship and good will toward all people, and this is the basis of the Peace Movement." Allen agreed with this, but it wasn't until 1949, when Addams' great-nephew Eri Hulbert became involved, that the transfer of papers began to look like a reality. He urged his relatives to agree to the arrangement: "Swarthmore, to which Aunt Jane gave some of her papers, has a well established, endowed Swarthmore College Peace Collection as a memorial to Aunt Jane. They have the physical and staff facilities to do a proper job of cataloging, preserving, displaying, etc. The desirability - the necessity - of having the papers in one place from the point of view of research seems to me obvious. The Library of Congress, on the other hand, merely has them stacked in packets and folders."

Hulbert was successful in getting family approval, and at the direction of Librarian of Congress Luther Evans, the Addams papers became the property of the SCPC on January 24, 1950. Brinton picked up the largest portion of papers (101 boxes and 11 volumes) on that date, as well as another portion (41 boxes) on February 06, 1950. Of note were Addams letters to Mary Rozet Smith, printed articles by Addams, manuscripts, diaries, engagement calendars, and photographs.

A less satisfactory development was related to the papers which came from Addams' great-niece, Alice DeLoach. She had become, by 1951, the heir to Jane Addams material not yet in any repository, as well as to extended family material. In April 1951, she loaned to the SCPC two boxes of papers that had been stored in the attic of the Addams' homestead in Cedarville, Illinois. She wrote in May 1951 that she wished this material to stay separate from the rest of the Addams Collection, but Brinton replied that the Addams letters had by then already been integrated, and that she was planning to take 8-10 feet of the remaining material, all related to the Haldeman family, to the Stephenson County Historical Society in Illinois. However, two boxes of extended family correspondence were marked as being on loan only. DeLoach gave permission for the loaned papers to be filmed and asked that this microfilm be henceforth referred to as "The Ellen Starr Brinton Collection of the Jane Addams Family Papers" [see mf reel 1:24-25]. The papers were returned to DeLoach, at her request, in December 1962.

In July 1963, DeLoach requested that she be given a complete set of microfilm of Addams correspondence, in exchange for the 39 letters loaned earlier for microfilming. She was given 19 reels of Addams correspondence, 4 reels with the index to the correspondence, 1 reel of Brinton-DeLoach correspondence, and 1 reel of the 39 letters. In September 1966, DeLoach offered to sell these reels to the SCPC for $153.00, and to loan 40 Addams letters for the purpose of photocopying them to add to the Jane Addams Collection (at $2.00 per letter). This offer was declined. In October 1966, DeLoach wrote that she had given the 40 letters to her daughter as a gift on her 21st birthday (she also gave other items to family members over the years). DeLoach also loaned, donated or sold Addams and Haldeman materials to various repositories around the country, as did her step-mother, Sue Haldeman-Julius.

DeLoach loaned to the SCPC the books in the Union Library, which John Huy Addams and two friends had begun in 1846, but then asked for their return (they eventually became the possession of the Rockford College Library, Illinois).

Outside of these accessions, other material was found to add to the SCPC's Addams Collection (see the accession list in SCPC office file). One of the most significant came from Hull-House in April 1939, being correspondence and other material related to Addams and the Woman's Peace Party. In 1940, a large accession came from WILPF headquarters in Geneva, with many letters from Addams. Brinton visited the Addams' homestead in Cedarville, Illinois in 1949, and secured some family papers, books, and four feet of newspaper clippings, that were being stored in the various buildings on the site. SCPC Curator Mary Carey was invited to Hull-House in 1959 to remove material stored in a closet there (see Series 13a). In 1979, another important gift of 143 Addams' letters and 64 photographs was made by Mary Hulbert, a great-niece of Jane Addams. At some point, Hull-House gave 75 letters that Addams had written to the Lovett family during the years that they had been associated with the settlement. Through the years, other items have been given to the SCPC or bought.

More information about the provenance of the SCPC's Jane Addams Collection may be found in The Jane Addams Papers: A Comprehensive Guide, edited by Mary Lynn Bryan; she also explains the provenance of the papers of Jane Addams that found their way into many repositories around the country.

Processed by SCPC staff 1950s to 1980s; re-processed and checklist revised by Anne Yoder (Archivist), 1996; finding aid updated 2018 by SCPC staff; and Wendy Chmielewski September 2018.

Publisher
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research use.

All or part of this collection is stored off-site. Contact Swarthmore College Peace Collection staff at peacecollection@swarthmore.edu at least two weeks in advance of visit to request boxes. Note that folder titles for boxes 8-15 of Series 3 are missing from the finding aid. See the paper version of the html checklist in the Peace Collection for the listing.

Copyright to the Jane Addams Collection and items created by Jane Addams has been transferred to the Swarthmore College Peace Collection. Copyright to all other materials is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Collection Inventory

Scope and Contents

Letters from Jane Addams to her family, friends, and business associates; but the majority are letters received by her from Presidents Theodore Roosevelt, Taft, Wilson, and Coolidge, and from William Jennings Bryan, John D. Rockefeller Jr., Edward Bok, Hamilton Holt, William James, Norman Hapgood, Vachel Lindsay, S.S. McClure, Ellery Sedgwick, Ida M. Tarbell, William Allen White, John Greenleaf Whittier, Charles A. Beard, Edward T. Divine, David Starr Jordan, Paul Kellogg, Emily Greene Balch, Alice Stone Blackwell, Carrie Chapman Catt, Julia Lathrop, Rosika Schwimmer, and Lillian D. Wald, among others.

Existence and Location of Copies
    For the following material in boxes 1-23 see microfilm reels:
  1. 113:27 for calling and gift cards (1889-1935)
  2. 113:38 for poetry received by Jane Addams (1899-1935)
  3. 113:39 for material on Barnett House, Oxford, England (1916-1927); the Central Organization for a Durable Peace [1915-1919?]; and the American Friends Service Committee (1919-1931)
  4. 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); and the Fellowship of Reconciliation (1917-1929)
  5. 113:42 for material on the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (1911-1932); the National Child Labor Committee (1904-1933); the National Council for the Prevention of War (1922-1932); the National Federation of Settlements (1899-1931); the Pan-Pacific Women's Association (1925-1934); and Rockford Female Seminary and College, Rockford, Illinois (1882-1908)
  6. 113:43-45 for material on the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (1915-1935)
  7. 113:45 for material on miscellaneous awards and honors (1915, 1922, 1925, 1926, 1930, 1931); tribute poems; and family correspondence re: Jane Addams' death (1936)
  8. 113:46-49 for material on writings (1879-1938) and writing fragments by Jane Addams
  9. 113:49 for Hull-House Association records: Board of Trustees (1908-1935); auditor's reports and correspondence (1909-1935); and bequest of Cynthia Matilda Jones
  10. 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, 1916-1917); and general events (1895-1934)
  11. 113:51 for material on the Immigrants' Protective League (1909-1928)
    For the following material in boxes 1-30 see microfilm reels:
  1. 113:27 for calling and gift cards (1889-1935)
  2. 113:28 for misc. notes and lists (1896-1935); and material on Hamburg, Germany
  3. 113:38 for poetry received by Jane Addams (1899-1935)
  4. 113:41 for material re: the Chicago Federation of Settlements (1899-1935)
  5. 113:45 for tribute poems written about Jane Addams after her death
  6. 113:50 for Hull-House Association records: contribution of Mrs. F.D. Stout; events and activities of residents (1901-1935); miscellaneous material on buildings (1899-1920); general events (1895-1934); potential lecturers/lectures [c. 1890-1900]; the Bowen County Club and summer outings (1907-1934); the Hull-House Woman's Club (1892-1935); theater at Hull-House (1890-1930) and music at Hull-House (1893-1935)
Correspondence, 1870-1895.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 1
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reels 113:01 (1868-1884) and 113:02 (1885-1895); 113:27 for commitment papers (to insane asylum) for John Weber Addams (Nov. 1892), and for receipts (Dec. 1885 and Aug. 1888); 113:51 for Hull-House Association records: Nineteenth Ward Improvement Club (1893)

Correspondence, 1896-1904.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 1a
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reels 113:03 (1896-1900) and 113:04 (1901-1906);113:28 for telephone transcripts/messages (1900-1901); 113:29 for documents relating to Jane Addams' book Democracy and Social Ethics (1902). See also Series 13a for misc. material from European trip in 1896.

Correspondence, 1905-1910.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reels 113.04 (1901-1906) and 113:05 (1907-1910); 113:27 for financial accounts (Nov. 1908); 113:29 for documents relating to Jane Addams' books Newer Ideals of Peace (1907), The Spirit of Youth and the City Streets (1909), and Twenty Years at Hull-House (1910); 113:31 for group writings (1905)

Correspondence, 1911-Aug. 1912 .
Box DG 001: Series 1: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:06 (1911-Aug. 1912); 113:27 for receipts (Aug. 1912); 113:28 for telephone transcripts/messages (Jan. 1911 and May 1912); 113:29 for documents relating to Jane Addams' book A New Conscience and an Ancient Evil (1912); 113:38 for material on the People's Lobby (1912); 113:39 for material on the Anti-Imperialist League (1912); 113:42 for material on the Progressive Party (1912)

Correspondence, Sept. 1912-1913.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 4
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:07 (Sept. 1912-Dec. 1914); 113:29 for documents relating to Jane Addams' book A New Conscience and An Ancient Evil (1912); 113:31 for group writings (1913); microfilm reel 113:38 for material on the People's Lobby (1912), and the El Salvador Treaty (1913); 113:39 for material on the Anti- Imperialist League (1912); 113:42 for material on the Progressive Party (1912)

Correspondence, 1914-1915.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 5
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reels 113:07 (Sept. 1912-Dec. 1914), 113:08 (Jan. 1915-Sept. 30, 1915) and 113:09 (Oct. 1915-Aug. 1916); 113:27 for passports and travel documents (1915), will and/or probate papers of James W. Tooley (Jan. 1914), and election material (1914); 113:28 for material on the International Congress of Women, The Hague, The Netherlands (1915), and telephone transcripts/ messages (April 1915); 113:29 for documents relating to Jane Addams' book Women at the Hague (1915); 113:38 for material on mediation in WWI (1915); 113:42 for material on the Progressive Party (1913-1914), and the Progressive Service Committee, Progressive Party (1913-1914)

Correspondence, 1916-1918.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 6
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reels 113:09 (Oct. 1915-Aug. 1916), 113:10 (Sept. 1916-July 1917) and 113:11 (Aug. 1917-1918); 113:27 for receipts (Oct. 1918); 113:29 for documents relating to Jane Addams' book The Long Road of Woman's Memory (1916); 113:37 for notes on America (1918); 113:38 for material on the Linn Family (1916)

Correspondence, 1919-June 1920.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 7
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reels 113:12 (1919-Apr. 1920) and 113:13 (May 1920-July 1921); 113:27 for passports and travel documents (1919), and receipts (March 1920); 113:37 for material on Henrietta Barnett (1920); 113:38 for material on postwar conditions in Austria, Germany, Poland and Russia (1920); 113:42 for material on the Save the Children Fund (1920)

Correspondence, July 1920-May 1921.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 8
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:13 (May 1920 -July 1921); 113:37 for material on Henrietta Barnett (1920); 113:28 for WILPF Summer School, Salzburg, Austria (1921); 113:37 for material on Marcelle Capy (1921); 113:38 for material on postwar conditions in Austria, Germany, Poland and Russia (1920); 113:39 for material on American Relief for Russian Women and Children [organization] (1921); 113:41 for material on the Federation of Residential Settlements, England (1921), and Great Britain, Ministry of Health (1921); 113:42 for material on the Save the Children Fund (1920), the National American Woman Suffrage Association (1921), the National Council on Limitation of Armaments (1921), and Schloss Richelsdorf, Germany (1921)

Correspondence, June 1921-July 1921.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 8a
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:13 (May 1920-July 1921); 113:28 for telephone transcripts/messages (July 1921); 113:37 for material on Marcelle Capy (1921); 113:38 for material on postwar conditions in Russia (1921); 113:39 for material on the American Relief for Russian Women and Children [organization] (1921); 113:41 for material on the Federation of Residential Settlements, England (1921), and Great Britain, Ministry of Health (1921); 113:42 for material on the National American Woman Suffrage Association (1921), the National Council on Limitation of Armaments (1921), and the Schloss Richelsdorf, Germany (1921)

Correspondence, Aug. 1921-March 1922.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 9
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:14 (Aug. 1921-Aug. 1922); 113:28 for telephone transcripts/messages (Aug. 1921); 113:29 for documents relating to Jane Addams' book Peace and Bread in Times of War (1922); 113:37 for material on Marcelle Capy (1921-1922); 113:38 for material on postwar conditions in Russia (1921- 1922); 113:39 for material on American Relief for Russian Women and Children [organization] (1921), and the Armenia America Society (1922); 113:41 for material on the Federation of Residential Settlements, England (1921), and Great Britain, Ministry of Health (1921); 113:42 for material on the National American Woman Suffrage Association (1921), the National Council on Limitation of Armaments (1921), the Schloss Richelsdorf, Germany (1921), the Lettish Petrograd Cooperatives, Chicago Branch (1922), the Mexican Humane Association (1922), and the National Council on Limitation of Armaments (1922)

Correspondence, April-Aug. 1922.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 9a
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:14 (Aug. 1921-Aug. 1922);113:29 for documents relating to Jane Addams' book Peace and Bread in Times of War (1922); 113:37 for material on Marcelle Capy (1922); 113:38 for material on postwar conditions in Russia (1922); 113:39 for material on the Armenia America Society (1922); 113:42 for material on the Lettish Petrograd Cooperatives, Chicago Branch (1922), the Mexican Humane Association (1922); and the National Council on Limitation of Armaments (1922)

Correspondence, Aug. 1922-May 1923.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 10
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reels 113:14 (Aug. 1921-Aug. 1922) and 113:15 (Sept. 1922-Dec. 1923); 113:28 for material on world tour (1923), and for telephone transcripts/messages (1923); 113:29 for documents relating to Jane Addams' book Peace and Bread in Times of War (1922); 113:37 for material on Marcelle Capy (1922-1923); 113:38 for material on postwar conditions in Russia (1922-1923), and on the youth movement in Holland (1923); 113:39 for material on the American Association for Old Age Security (1923), and the Armenia America Society (1922); 113:41 for material on the Community Church, Shanghai, China (1923), and the International Friendly Association, Seoul, Korea (1923); 113:42 for material on the Lettish Petrograd Cooperatives, Chicago Branch (1922), the Mexican Humane Association (1922), the National Council on Limitation of Armaments (1922), and Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois (1923)

Correspondence, June 1923-March 1924.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 11
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reels 113:15 (Sept. 1922-Dec. 1923) and 113:16 (1924-Jan. 1925); 113:28 for material on world tour (1923), and for telephone transcripts/messages (1923); microfilm reel 113:37 for material on Marcelle Capy (1923-1924); microfilm reel 113:38 for material on postwar conditions in Russia (1923) and the youth movement in Holland (1923); microfilm reel 113:39 for material on the American Association for Old Age Security (1923); microfilm reel 113:41 for material on the Chinese Library Association, [1924?], and the Community Church, Shanghai, China (1923); microfilm reel 113:41 for material on the International Friendly Association, Seoul, Korea (1923), and Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois (1923-1924)

Correspondence, April 1924-Feb. 1925.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 12
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reels 113:16 (1924-Jan. 1925) and 113:17 (Feb. 1925-Apr. 1926); 113:37 for material on Marcelle Capy (1924); 113:41 for material on the Chinese Library Association [1924?], and the Illinois Conference on International Good Will (1925); 113:42 for material on Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois (1924), the League of Nations Non-Partisan Association of Illinois (1925), and the No More War Movement, London, England [1925?]

Correspondence, March-June 1925.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 12a
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:17 (Feb. 1925-Apr. 1926); 113:27 for receipts (March and May 1925); 113:41 for material on the Illinois Conference on International Good Will (1925); 113:42 for material on the League of Nations Non-Partisan Association of Illinois (1925), and the No More War Movement, London, England [1925?]

Correspondence, July 1925-April 1926.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 13
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:17 (Feb. 1925-Apr. 1926); 113:27 for receipts (Sept. 1925); 113:28 for telephone transcripts/messages (April 1926); 113:38 for material on Salmon Levinson (1926), and Beatrice Webb (1926); 113:41 for material on the Illinois Conference on International Good Will (1925); 113:42 for material on the League of Nations Non-Partisan Association of Illinois (1925), the No More War Movement, London, England [1925?], the League for the Abolition of Capital Punishment (1926), and the National Economic League (1926)

Correspondence, May 1926-Jan. 19, 1927.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 14
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:18 (May 1926-May 1927); 113:28 for telephone transcripts/messages (Aug. 1926); 113:38 for material on Madeleine Doty (1927), Salmon Levinson (1926), Ben Lindsey (1927), and Beatrice Webb (1926); 113:42 for material on the League for the Abolition of Capital Punishment (1926)

Correspondence, Jan. 20, 1927-Feb. 1927 .
Box DG 001: Series 1: 14a
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:18 (May 1926-May 1927); 113:38 for material on Madeline Doty (1927), and Ben Lindsey (1927); 113:41 for material on the International Woman Suffrage Alliance (1927); 113:42 for material on the League for Industrial Democracy (1927)

Correspondence, March-Oct. 1927.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 15
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reels 113:18 (May 1926-May 1927) and 113:19 (June 1927-May 1928); 113:38 for material on Madeleine Doty (1927), and Ben Lindsey (1927); 113:41 for material on the International Woman Suffrage Alliance (1927); 113:42 for material on the League for Industrial Democracy (1927)

Correspondence, Nov. 1927-Feb. 1928.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 15a
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:19 (June 1927-May 1928); 113:27 for receipts (Jan. 1928); 113:38 for material on Madeleine Doty (1927), Ben Lindsey (1927), and the Linn Family (1928), and for Edith Pye's letters from China (1928); 113:41 for material on the International Woman Suffrage Alliance (1927); 113:42 for material on the League for Industrial Democracy (1927)

Correspondence, March-Dec. 1928.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 16
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reels 113:19 (June 1927-May 1928) and 113:20 (June 1928-1929); 113:27 for receipts (March 1928); 113:38 for material on the Linn Family (1928), and Edith Pye's letters from China (1928)

Correspondence, 1929-March 1930.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 17
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reels 113:20 (June 1928-1929) and 113:21 (1930); 113:27 for will and/or probate papers of Mary Rozet Smith (Feb. 1930), receipts (Aug. and Dec. 1929), and material on capital punishment (1929); 113:28 for material on WILPF 6th International Congress, Prague, Czechoslovakia (1929); 113:29 for documents relating to Jane Addams' book The Second Twenty Years at Hull-House (1930); 113:38 for material on the London Naval Conference (1930); 113:41 for material on the International Council of Women of the Darker Races (1929)

Correspondence, April-Aug. 1930.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 17a
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:21 (1930); 113:29 for documents relating to Jane Addams' book The Second Twenty Years at Hull-House (1930); 113:38 for material on the London Naval Conference (1930)

Correspondence, Sept. 1930-Jan. 1931.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 18
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reels 113:21 (1930) and 113:22 (1931-Dec. 15, 1931); 113:27 for receipts (Nov. 1930); 113:29 for documents relating to Jane Addams' book The Second Twenty Years at Hull-House (1930); 113:38 for material on the London Naval Conference (1930)

Correspondence, Feb.-June 1931.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 18a
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:22 (1931-Dec. 15, 1931); 113:27 for receipts (May 1931); 113:29 for documents relating to Jane Addams' book The Excellent Becomes the Permanent (1931); 113:45 for material on the M. Carey Thomas Award (cont.) (1931), and Nobel Prize (1931)

Correspondence, July-Dec. 14, 1931.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 19
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:22 (1931-Dec. 15, 1931); 113:27 for receipts (Oct. 1931); 113:29 for documents relating to Jane Addams' book The Excellent Becomes the Permanent (1931); 113:45 for material on the M. Carey Thomas Award (1931), and Nobel Prize (1931)

Correspondence, Dec. 15-31, 1931-Jan. 1932.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 19a
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:23 (Dec. 16 , 1931-July 1932); 113:41 for material on the International Council of Religious Education (1932)

Correspondence, Feb.-Nov. 1932.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 20
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reels 113.22 (1931-Dec.15, 1931), 113:23 (Dec. 16, 1931-July 1932) and 113:24 (Aug. 1932-July 1933); 113:41 for material on the International Council of Religious Education (1932)

Correspondence, Dec. 1932-Aug. 1933.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 20a
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reels 113:24 (Aug. 1932-July 1933) and 113:25 (Aug. 1933-June 1934); 113:27 for receipts (March 1933); 113:38 for material on relief stations: Chicago incident (1933), and on unemployment in Germany (1933); 113:39 for material on the American Social Workers Hospitality Committee (Hospites) (1933); 113:41 for material on the International Council of Religious Education (1932)

Correspondence, Sept. 1933-March 1934.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 21
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:25 (Aug. 1933-June 1934); 113:27 for will and/or probate papers of Mary Rozet Smith (Nov. 1933 and Feb. 1934), and for receipts (Nov. 1933); 113:38 for reference material on relief stations: Chicago incident (1933), Mary Rozet Smith (1934), and unemployment in Germany (1933); 113:39 for material on the American Social Workers Hospitality Committee (Hospites) (1933); 113:41 for material on the Illinois Committee on Old Age Pensions (1934), and the International Woman Suffrage Alliance (1934); 113:42 for material on the League for Industrial Democracy (1934)

Correspondence, April-Dec. 1934.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 22
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reels 113:25 (Aug. 1933-June 1934) and 113:26 (July 1934-May 1935); see microfilm reel 113:27 for "Total Earnings" document (Dec. 1934); 113:38 for material on Mary Rozet Smith (1934); 113:41 for material on the Illinois Committee on Old Age Pensions (1934), and the International Woman Suffrage Alliance (1934); 113:42 for material on the League for Industrial Democracy (1934)

Correspondence, Jan.-May 21, 1935.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 23
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:26 (July 1934-May 1935); 113:27 for banking records (1935), and financial accounts (May 1935); 113:28 for telephone transcripts/messages (April 1935); 113:29 for documents relating to Jane Addams' book My Friend, Julia Lathrop (1935); 113:45 for material on WILPF Anniversary Dinner (1935), and family correspondence re: Jane Addams' death (1935)

Supplementary Correspondence, 1889-1903.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 24
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:28 for credentials (1896); 113:50 for Hull-House Association records: Arnold Toynbee Club (1893)

Supplementary Correspondence, 1904-1925.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 25
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:30 for documents relating to Jane Addams' book Peace and Bread in Times of War (1922); 113:37 for material on Henrietta Barnett (1920); 113:41 for material on the Federation of Residential Settlements, England (1921)

Supplementary Correspondence, 1926-1933, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 26
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:27 for receipts (March 1932, May 1935); 113:28 for material on Nobel Peace Prize and Johns Hopkins Hospital (Dec. 1931); and 113:39 for material on the Program of Action for the Prevention of Delinquency (1932)

Supplementary Correspondence, 1876-1878.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 27
Scope and Contents

Vallie Beck [cousin of Jane Addams] correspondence, 1876-1878 See microfilm reel 1:27

Copies of Addams' letters at Chicago Historical Society, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 27
Copies of Addams' letters at Columbia University Library, in the Allan Nevins, Randolph Bourne, and L. Steffins papers, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 27
Correspondence (partial) given by Allice DeLoach [see provenance section for more information; all the material originally given by DeLoach is on microfilm reels 1:24 or 1:25], undated.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 27
Ida C. Lovett (Mrs. Robert Morse): correspondence, 1922-1925.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 27
Existence and Location of Copies

see microfilm reel 1:19

Ida C. Lovett (cont.): miscellaneous printed items, clippings, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 28
Existence and Location of Copies

see microfilm reel 1:19

Copies of Addams' letters at the Rush Rhees Library, University of Rochester, in the Henry A. Ward and William Gannett collections and the autograph collection, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 28
Copies of Addams' letters at the Smith College Library, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 28
Copy of Addams' letter to Henry Demarest Lloyd and list of correspondence on film at the Wisconsin State Historical Society, in the H.D. Lloyd Collection, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 28
Existence and Location of Copies

see microfilm reel 1:20

Copies of Addams' letters at the Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University, in the Paul M. Warburg, William Kent, and Yale Review papers and records, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 28
Existence and Location of Copies

see microfilm reel 1:29

Addams' letters from the American Friends Service Committee [AFSC] Archives, 1919-1929.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 28
Addams' letters to Anna M. Lloyd (Mrs. William Polk Jesse) from the T. Sidney Cadwallader II papers, 1927-1930.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 28
Copies of Addams' letters at Princeton University, in the Woodrow Wilson papers, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 28
Copies of Addams' letters at the Chicago Historical Society, in the Flora J. Cooke papers, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 28
Addams' letters to J. Barnard Walton from the Friends General Conference archives, 1930-1931.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 28
Copies of Addams' letters at the the Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan, in the Gelston Family and Angela Morgan papers, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 28
Miscellaneous letters from various sources, 1883-1935.
Box DG 001: Series 1: 28
Scope and Contents
    Includes:
  1. American Peace Society (DG 003)
  2. American Union Against Militarism (DG 004)
  3. Emily Greene Balch (DG 006)
  4. Committee on Militarism in Education (DG 009)
  5. Anna Melissa Graves (DG 015)
  6. Hannah Clothier Hull (DG 016)
  7. Massachusetts Peace Society (DG 020)
  8. Lucia Ames Mead (DG 021)
  9. National Council for Prevention of War (DG 023)
  10. Pennsylvania Committee for Total Disarmament (DG 030)
  11. Sydney Dix Strong (DG 036)
  12. Lydia G. Wentworth (DG 041)
  13. Woman's Peace Party (DG 043)
  14. Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (DG 043)
  15. Women's Peace Union (DG 044)
  16. Devere Allen (DG 053)
  17. Lake Mohonk Conferences on International Arbitration (DG 054)
  18. Dorothy Detzer (DG 086)
  19. Allen S. Olmsted (DG 095)
  20. Lella Faye Secor Florence (DG 126)
  21. Collective Document Groups
  22. Other sources: Jane Addams to Lucy Biddle Lewis (1915-1934) [Acc. 03A-037]
American Peace Society Records (DG 003).
American Union Against Militarism Records (DG 004).
Emily Green Balch Papers (DG 006).
Committee on Militarism in Education Records (DG 009).
Anna Melissa Graves Papers (DG 015).
Hannah Clothier Hull Papers (DG 016).
Massachusetts Peace Society Records (DG 020).
Lucia Ames Mead Papers (DG 021).
National Council for Prevention of War Records (DG 023).
Pennsylvania Committee for Total Disarmament Records (DG 030).
Sydney Dix Strong Papers (DG 036).
Lydia G. Wentworth Papers (DG 041).
Woman's Peace Party Records (part of DG 043).
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Records (DG 043).
Women's Peace Union Records (DG 044).
Devere Allen Papers (DG 053).
Dorothy Detzer Papers (DG 086).
Allen S. Olmsted Papers (DG 095).
Lella Faye Secor Florence Papers (DG 126).
Collective Document Groups.
Letters from Jane Addams to Lucy Biddle Lewis [acc. 03A-037].
Scope and Contents
    Includes:
  1. Addams to sister-in-law Laura (Mrs. J. Weber Addams), Oct. 1886- Dec. 1887
  2. Addams to brother J. Weber, 11/28/1887
  3. Addams to brother J. Weber, Dec. 1887-April 1888, written from Europe
  4. Addams to sister-in-law Laura (Mrs. J. Weber Addams), Feb.-July 1888, written from Europe
  5. Addams to niece Sadie (Sarah Weber Addams Young), Jan.-May 1888, written from Europe
  6. Addams to brother J. Weber, 12/21/1890 and 06/01/1896?
  7. Addams to niece Esther (Mrs. Charles E. Hulbert), 1901-1922
  8. Addams to Charles E. Hulbert, 1901-1906
  9. Addams to niece Esther (Mrs. Charles E. Hulbert), 1931-1935
  10. Addams to Madeleine Doty, 07/04/1926
  11. Addams to niece Mary Addams Hulbert, 1929-1935
  12. Arpine Mardiguian to Jane Addams, 10/20/1934
To sister-in-law Laura (Mrs. J. Weber Addams), October 1886 - December 1887.
To brother J. Weber, November 28, 1887.
To brother J. Weber, written from Europe, December 1887 - April 1888.
To sister-in-law Laura (Mrs. J. Weber Addams), written from Europe, February 1888 - July 1888.
To niece Sadie (Sarah Weber Addams Young), written from Europe, January 1888 - May 1888.
To brother J. Weber, December 21, 1890, June 1, 1896(?).
To niece Esther (Mrs. Charles E. Hulbert), 1901-1922.
To Charles E. Hulbert, 1901-1906.
To niece Esther (Mrs. Charles E. Hulbert), 1931-1935.
To Madeleine Doty, July 4, 1926.
To niece Mary Addams Hulbert, 1929-1935.
Arpine Mardiguian to Jane Addams, October 20, 1934.
Scope and Contents

32 letters and telegrams, some with envelopes, 28 from Jane Addams to Florence Taussig, of St. Louis, Missouri, treasurer of the U.S. Section of WILPF; one letter from Taussig to Addams, 1 letter from Eleanor Daggett Karsten (Addams' secretary) to Taussig; 2 telegrams from Addams to Taussig.

ALS Addams to Taussug, November 6, 1918 . 1 leaves.
Physical Description

1 leaves1 page

TLS Eleanor Daggett Karsten to Taussig, November 11, 1918 . 1 leaves.
Physical Description

1 leaves1 page

TLS Addams to Taussig, approximately December 28, 1918. 1 leaves.
Physical Description

1 leaves1 page

TLS Addams to Taussig, February 2, 1920. 2 items.
Physical Description

2 items1 page and envelope

ALS Addams to Taussig, January 4, 1921. 2 items.
Physical Description

2 items1 page and envelope

TLS Addams to Taussig, November 22, 1921. 2 items.
Physical Description

2 items1 page and envelope

ALS Addams to Taussig, approximately November 24, 1921]. 3 items.
Physical Description

3 items2 pages and envelope

ALS Addams to Taussig, November 23, 1921. 1 leaves.
Physical Description

1 leaves1 page

ALS Addams to Taussig, December 31, 1921 . 2 items.
Physical Description

2 items1 page and envelope

ALS Addams to Taussig, October 12, 1922. 3 items.
Physical Description

3 items2 pages and envelope

ALS Addams to Taussig, November 9, 1922 . 1 leaves.
Physical Description

1 leaves1 page

ALS Addams to Taussig, April, 28, 1923 . 2 items.
Scope and Contents

Includes three postcards of Asian people and scenes

Physical Description

2 items1 page and envelope

Telegram Addams to Taussig, February 28, 1925 . 1 leaves.
Physical Description

1 leaves1 page

TLS Addams to Taussig, November 26, 1925. 1 leaves.
Physical Description

1 leaves1 page

TLS Addams to Taussig, January 12, 1925 . 2 items.
Physical Description

2 items1 page and envelope

TLS Addams to Taussig, April 20, 1927 . 2 items.
Physical Description

2 items1 page and envelope

ALS Addams to Taussig, June 15, 1927 . 1 leaves.
Physical Description

1 leaves1 page

ALS Addams to Taussig, July 20, 1927 . 3 items.
Physical Description

3 items2 pages and envelope

ALS Addams to Taussig, April 28, 1928. 2 items.
Physical Description

2 items1 page and envelope

ALS Addams to Taussig, May 9, 1928 . 2 items.
Scope and Contents

2 pp. enclosures "Statement of Bonds Purchased for W.I.L. June 12, 1928 1 p.; and "From the Minutes of the Nation Congress of the U.S. Section of the Women's International League, held in Washington, D.C., May 3, 4, and f, 1928" 1 p.

Physical Description

2 items1 page and envelope

TPS Addams to Taussig, April 17, 1928. 2 items.
Scope and Contents

two enclosures, typed from telegram? Addams to D.D. (Dorothy Detzer?), n.d., 1 p.; and typed from telegram?, Anne Martin to Addams, n.d., 1 p.

Physical Description

2 items1 page and envelope

ALS Addams to Taussig, October 12, 1928 . 2 items.
Physical Description

2 items1 page and envelope

TLS Addams to Taussig, April 10, 1928 . 1 leaves.
Physical Description

1 leaves1 page

TLS Addams to Taussig, May 17, 1928 . 2 items.
Scope and Contents

1 p. enclosure: statement about monies received from the estate of Mrs. Lauterbach

Physical Description

2 items1 page and envelope

TLS Addams to Taussig, May 7, 1930. 2 items.
Physical Description

2 items1 page and envelope

APS Addams to Taussig? , July 9, 1930. 1 leaves.
Physical Description

1 leaves2nd page of letter only

TLS Addams to Taussig, November 13, 1930. 2 items.
Physical Description

2 items1 page and envelope

ALS Addams to Taussig, September 2, 1931 . 2 items.
Physical Description

2 items1 page and envelope

Telegram Taussig, January 14, 1932 . 1 leaves.
Physical Description

1 leaves1 page

TLS Addams to Taussig, April 14, 1932 . 1 leaves.
Physical Description

1 leaves1 page

ALS Addams to Taussig, May 18, 1934 . 3 items.
Scope and Contents

1 p. enclosure WILPF, U.S. Section Annual meeting program [printed], May 1934)

Physical Description

3 items2 pages and envelope

ALS Taussig to Addams, undated. 1 leaves.
Physical Description

1 leaves1 page

Series 2: Envelopes from Jane Addams' Correspondence and Reference Material, 1890-1935.
Box DG 001: Series 2: 1
Scope and Contents

Envelopes of various sizes, mostly bearing pencilled annotations in Jane Addams' handwriting. Some were detached by the Library of Congress from the correspondence received by them. Other envelopes had been used by Jane Addams for filing material by subjects noted in her own handwriting. See microfilm reel 113:28 for filing envelopes, misc. notes and lists (1896-1935); and information on world tour (1923).

Existence and Location of Copies

See mf reel 113:28 for filing envelopes, misc. notes and lists (1896-1935); and information on world tour (1923).

Existence and Location of Copies
    Microfilm:
  1. 113:45 for two MS written by Jane Addams
  2. 113:46-49 for writings and writing fragments by Jane Addams
  3. 113:27 for receipt from the American Woman Suffrage Association
  4. 113:28 for miscellaneous documents (post-1929), notes and clippings
  5. 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
  6. 113:31 for group writings
  7. 113:37 for material on Mary Curry Breckinridge
  8. 113:38 for material on Mary Keyser (1897); Alice Hamilton (1912-1934); Louis de Koven Bowen (1912); post-war conditions in Germany (1920), Russia (1919-1923) and the Ukraine (1919-1922); mediation in WWI (1915); the All-Russian Union of Peasants (1918); old age pensions (1933); the peace movement (1915-1934); and theWest Virginia coal strike (1921)
  9. 113:39 for material on the American Vigilance Association (1911-1913); the Arlington Street Church, Boston, Massachusetts (1931); Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania (1933); and the American Institute for Criminal Law and Criminology (1912)
  10. 113:41 for material on Chicago Commons (1895-1935); the Chicago Federation of Settlements (1894-1934); the International Abolitionist Federation (1929); and the Juvenile Protective Association, Chicago (1908-1933)
  11. 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?]); the Woman's Peace Party [continued on 113:43] (1915-1919); the Save the Children Fund (1920); and the Survey magazine (1912)
  12. 113:43-45 for material about WILPF (1915-1935)
Theme "Unknown Quantities" written at Rockford Seminary, 1878.
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Article "Bread Givers", 1880.
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Commencement Speech "A Belief in Beauty, Genius and Courage Can Transform the World", 1881.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Memorial Essay for Anna Sill, Principal of Rockford Seminary, 1889.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
MS "Outgrowths of Tonybee Hall", 1890.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Article "A New Impulse to an Old Gospel", 1892.
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"The Objective Value of a Social Settlement", 1893.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Scope and Contents

not microfilmed, added in 2005

MS "Hull-House: A Social Settlement", 1894.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Scope and Contents

includes 1896 version

MS "A Modern Tragedy" (also called "A Modern Lear"), 1894.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Article "A Belated Industry", 1896.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
MS "Ethical Survivals in City Immorality", 1897-1898?.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Article "Ethical Survivals in Municipal Corruption", 1898.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Theme "Unknown Quantities" written at Rockford Seminary, 1878.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Article "Bread Givers", 1880.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Commencement Speech "A Belief in Beauty, Genius and Courage Can Transform the World", 1881.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Memorial Essay for Anna Sill, Principal of Rockford Seminary, 1889.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
MS "Outgrowths of Tonybee Hall", 1890.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Article "A New Impulse to an Old Gospel", 1892.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
"The Objective Value of a Social Settlement", 1893.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Scope and Contents

not microfilmed, added in 2005

MS "Hull-House: A Social Settlement", 1894.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Scope and Contents

includes 1896 version

MS "A Modern Tragedy" (also called "A Modern Lear"), 1894.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Article "A Belated Industry", 1896.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
MS "Ethical Survivals in City Immorality", 1897-1898?.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Article "Ethical Survivals in Municipal Corruption", 1898.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Article "Woman's Work for Chicago", 1898.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Article "The College Woman and the Family Claim", 1898.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Article "Study of the Milk Supply of Chicago", 1898.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Article "Significance of Organized Labor", 1898.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Article "Christmas Fellowship", 1898.
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Article "Practical Experience in Educational Campaigns", 1898.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Article "Trade Unions and Public Duty", 1899.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Article "The Subtle Problems of Charity", 1899.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 1
Article "A Function of the Social Settlement", 1899.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
Course Syllabus "Democracy and Social Ethics" for 12 lectures at University of Chicago, 1899.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
MS "Respect for Law", 1899.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
Article "Commercialism Disguised as Patriotism and Duty", 1900.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
MS "Obligation for the Woman College Student to Christianity To-Day", 1900.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
Address "What is the Greatest Menace to Twentieth Century Progress", 1901.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
Speech at Wedding of Gerard and Mary Swope, 08/20/1901.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
Report of the Labor Museum of Hull-House, 1901-1902.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
Address at Chatauqua "The Newer Ideals of Peace", 07/07/1902.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
Address at Chatauqua "Arts and Crafts and the Settlement", 07/08/1902.
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Address at Chatauqua "The Newer Ideals of Peace", 09/09/1902.
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Address at Chatauqua "Count Tolstoy, 09/10/1902.
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Address at Chatauqua "Tolstoy's Theory of Life", 09/11/1902.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
Article "The Housing Problem in Chicago", July 1902.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
Address "Exercises in Commemoration of the Birthday of Washington", 02/23/1903.
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Article "The Servant Problem", Sept. 1903.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
MS "Child Labor and Pauperism", 1903.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
Address "Henry Demarest Lloyd", 1903.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
Article "Educational Methods as They Relate to Labor Unions", 1904.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
Memorial Pamphlet "Dedication of the Hull-House Organ Given in Memory of Sarah Rozet Smith", 03/27/1904.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
Article "Hull-House and Its Neighbors", 05/07/1904.
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Article "The Present Crisis in Trade Union Morals", Aug. 1904.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
Address at the International Peace Conference, Boston, Oct. 1904.
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Address "Recent Immigration: A Field Neglected by the Scholar", 12/20/1904.
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Notes on exhibits at Universal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904.
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Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:42 for material on the St. Louis Exposition (1904)

Memorial Address for Jessie Bross Lloyd, 01/21/1905.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 2
Article "Problems of Municipal Administration", Jan. 1905.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Address "Child Labor Legislation - A Request for Industrial Efficiency", 02/14/1905.
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Article "Child Labor", 03/16/1905.
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Article "Work and Play as Factors in Education", Nov. 1905.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Address "The Operation of the Illinois Child Labor Laws", 12/16/1905.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Memorial Address for Murray Floyd Tuley, 12/30/1905.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Article "The Day Nursery Discussed by Miss Addams", 12/30/1905.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Paragraphs from the Berkeley Lyceum Meeting, 1905.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
MS "Woman's Conscience and Social Amelioration", 1905?.
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Article "Jane Addams' Own Story of Her Work - Fifteen Years at Hull-House", March 1906.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Article "Some Childhood Experiences of Jane Addams", 03/01/1906.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Article "Probation Work Under Civil Service", 03/17/1906.
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Article "Jane Addams' Own Story of Her Work - The First Five Years at Hull-House", April 1906.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Article "Jane Addams Declares Ballot for Women Made Necessary by Changed Conditions", 04/01/1906.
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Article "Jane Addams' Own Story of Her Work - How the Work at Hull-House Has Grown", May 1906.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Address "How Shall We Approach Industrial Education", 11/16/1906.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Address "National Protection for Children", Dec. 1906.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Address "The Modern City and the Municipal Franchise of Women", 1906.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Syllabus "Changing Ideals in Philanthropy and Education" for lectures at University of Chicago, 1906?.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Article "New Ideals of Peace", 01/05/1907.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Scope and Contents

same as the first chapter of Addams' book by the same title

Article "Interpretation of Exhibit", March 1907.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Address "Newer Ideals of Peace", 04/14/1907.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Address "The New Internationalism", 04/14/1907.
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Memorial Address for John A. Davis, 05/26/1907.
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Graduation Address at Mount Holyoke, 06/20/1907.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Article "Public Recreation and Social Morality", 08/03/1907.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Address "Class Conflict in America", Dec. 1907.
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Article "Do We Want Rifle Practice in the Schools? Answers by...Jane Addams...and Others", 1907.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Article "The Layman's View of Hospital Work Among the Poor", 1907.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Address at the National Society for Promotion of Industrial Education, 02/13/1908.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Address "Failure of Modern City to Provide Recreation for Young Girls", April 1908.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Article "The Working Woman and the Ballot", April 1908.
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Address on woman's suffrage, 04/04/1908.
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Testimony before Ways and Means Committee, Chicago Association of Commerce, May 1908.
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Remarks on relation of industrial education to public schools, May 1908.
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Article "The Chicago Settlements and Social Unrest", 05/02/1908.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 3
Address "Advantages and Disadvantages of a Broken Inheritance", June 1908.
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Article "Some Reflections on the Failure of the Modern City to Provide Recreation for Young Girls", 12/05/1908.
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Address at the Federal Children's Bureau, Jan. 1909.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 4
Article "Reaction of Moral Instruction Upon Social Reform", 04/13/1919.
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Article "Immigrants", 06/26/1909.
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Article "When Youth Seeks a Mate", Nov. 1909.
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Address "Care of Dependent Children", 1909.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 4
Article "The Gospel of Recreation", 01/05/1910.
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Article "Why Women Should Vote", Jan. 1910.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 4
Booklets "Why Women Should Vote", 1910, 1914.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 4
Address "Charity and Social Justice", 06/1/1910.
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Untitled Address for Children's Committee, National Conference of Charities, 1910.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 4
Article "A War Time Childhood", April 1910.
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Article "The Snare of Preparation", May 1910.
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Article "Early Undertakings at Hull-House", June 1910.
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Article "Problems of Poverty", July 1910.
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Article "The Resources of the Immigrant", August 1910.
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Article "Echoes of the Russian Revolution", Sept. 1910.
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Article "Stage Children", 12/03/1910.
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Article "Social Control", Jan. 1911.
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Article "A Visit to Tolstoy", Jan. 1911.
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Article "The Ballot for Health and Beauty", 02/11/1911.
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Article "The Child in the Theatre", 03/08/1911.
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Article "Character and Social Conditions", June 1911.
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Article "A New Conscience and an Ancient Evil", Nov. 1911.
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Article "A New Conscience and an Ancient Evil: Economic Pressures and its Results", Dec. 1911.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 4
MS "The Right to Petition", 1911.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 4
MS "The Abolition of Commercialized Vice Depends Upon Effective and Universal Sexual Education", 1911.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 4
Article "Recreation as a Public Function in Urban Community", 1911.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 4
Address "Jane Addams Tells Why Women Should Vote", 01/23/1912.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 4
Article "Mrs. J.T. Bowen", Jan. 1912.
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Article "Lack of Moral Education and Its Dangers" (chapter three of A New Conscience and an Ancient Evil), Jan. 1912.
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Article "Tragedies of Lonely and Unprotected Girls" (chapter four of A New Conscience and an Ancient Evil), Feb. 1912.
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Article "Social Control" (chapter five of A New Conscience and an Ancient Evil), March 1912.
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Article "The Humanitarian Value of Civil Service", 04/06/1912.
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Article "A Challenge to the Contemporary Church", 05/04/1912.
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Remarks at Chicago City Club, 05/27/1912.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 4
Article "Votes for Women and Other Votes", 06/01/1912.
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Interview "The Steps By Which I Became A Progressive", 08/09/1912.
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Address Seconding the Nomination of Theodore Roosevelt, 08/12/1912.
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Article "Why I Seconded Roosevelt's Nomination", 08/17/1912.
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Interview "The New Party", 08/17/1912.
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Article "Jane Addams Replies to Mrs. Harper's Assertions", 08/24/1912.
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Article "Pragmatism in Politics", Oct. 1912.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 5
Article "The Disinherited in Industry" and MS "The Progressive Party and the Disinherited", Oct. 1912.
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Article "Progressive Party and Organized Labor", Oct. 1912.
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Article "Jane Addams Pleads Pension to Aid Families of Convicts", 10/05/1912.
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Article "The Progressive View", 10/06/1912.
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Article "The Progressive Party and Safeguards for Working Girls", 10/12/1912.
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Article "The Progressive Party and Women Suffrage", 10/28/1912.
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Article "Every Progressive Government Must Include Women Suffrage", Nov. 1912.
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Article "The Progressive Party and Social Legislation", Nov. 1912.
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Article "The Progressive Party and the Negro", Nov. 1912.
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Article "The Progressive's Dilemma: The New Party", Nov. 1912.
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Article "A Modern Lear: Strike at Pullman", 11/02/1912.
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Address "The Communion of the Ballot", 11/24/1912.
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Remarks "Lessons of the Election" at Chicago City Club, 11/27/1912.
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Address "The Civic Value of Higher Education for Women", 1912.
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Article on the Progressive Party, 1912.
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Article "Tenement Babies Need Pure Milk", 1912.
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Article "The Progressive Party and the Immigrant", 1912.
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MS "Child Welfare Bureau of the Progressive Service", 1912.
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Untitled MS on the conservation movement, 1912.
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MS on the Progressive Party, 1912.
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MS "To the Women Voters of the U.S.", 1912.
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MS "Current Legislation for Working Women", 1912.
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MS "The Colored People of Chicago", 1912?.
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MS re: The Survey (?), 1912?.
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MS on women and investments, 1912?.
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MS "The Autobiography of an Only Child", 1912?.
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MS "Women and the State", 1912?.
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Article on philanthropy and politics, Jan. 1913.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 5
Article "Pen and Books as Tests of Character", 01/04/1913.
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Article "Has the Emancipation Act Been Nullified by National Indifference", 02/01/1913.
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Article "Prison Labor and Prisoners' Families", April 1913.
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Article "The Protection of Immigrants", May 1913.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 6
Article "The Family and the State - A Satire", June 1913.
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Article "The Public Dance Halls", July 1913.
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Article "Recreation - A Function of City Government", Aug. 1913.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 6
MS "Aspects of Unemployment", Sept. 1913.
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MS Foreword to ???, Sept. 1913.
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Article "The Juvenile-Adult Offender", Oct. 1913.
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MS "Should the Chicago Aldermanic Election Next Spring Be Non-Partisan", Nov. 1913.
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Article "The Sheltered Woman and the Magdalen", Nov. 1913.
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Scope and Contents

not microfilmed, added in 2005

Article "Peace on Earth", Dec. 1913.
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Address to the Federation of Settlements, 1913.
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Booklet "A Plea for More Play, More Pay and More Education for Factory Girls and Boys", 1913.
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MS of Preface to book by Graham Taylor Religion in Social Action, 1913.
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Scope and Contents

see microfilm reel 113:38 for material on Graham Taylor

Address "Social Justice Through National Action", 02/12/1914.
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Article "The Unexpected Reactions of a Traveler in Egypt", Feb. 1914.
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Article "Need a Woman Over Fifty Feel Old?", March 1914.
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Remarks on woman's suffrage, 03/16/1914.
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Article "The Girl Problem", April 1914.
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Article "Youth and Play - A Neglected Duty of the Cities", 05/09/1914.
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Article "Who Is To Blame for Child Labor", 07/23/1914.
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Article "Women Will Force World's Peace", Aug. 1914.
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MS Preface to Safeguards for City Youths at Work and Play by L. deK. Bowen, Aug. 1914.
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Untitled MS re: what women should be concerned about, 08/09/1914.
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Article "Is the Peace Movement a Failure", Nov. 1914.
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MS "Larger Aspects of the Women's Movement", Nov. 1914.
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Article "A Memory", 12/12/1914.
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Article "Once More We Are Children", 12/24/1914.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 6
MS "Public Opinion Against War", 1914.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 6
MS "Women's Clubs and Public Policies", 1914.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 6
MS "Widows and the Courts", 1914?.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 6
Address "What the War Is Destroying", 01/10/1915.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 6
Article "War and Social Reconstruction", 03/06/1915.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 6
Excerpt from foreword to Hull-House booklet of songs, 03/06/1915.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 6
Article "Jane Addams and Suffrage Cause", April 1915.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 6
Address (for the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom?), 04/29/1915.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 6
Article "Women, War and Babies", 07/03/1915.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 6
Address "The Revolt Against War", 07/09/1915.
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"Address of Miss Jane Addams, Delivered at Carnegie Hall, Friday, July 9, 1915" and "Miss Addams Tells of Quest for Peace", 07/09/1915.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 6
Article "The Woman's Way to Peace", 07/17/1915.
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Address at Chicago Auditorium, 07/22/1915.
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"As I See Women", Aug. 1915.
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Remarks on the use of stimulants among soldiers, Oct. 1915.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 6
Article "Peace and the Press", 10/11/1915.
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Article "Women Suffrage", 10/23/1915.
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Article "Die Stimme der Volker uber den Krieg", Nov. 1915.
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Article "Women, War and Suffrage", 11/06/1915.
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Article "The Food of War", 12/13/1915.
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Article "Women and Public Housekeeping", 1915.
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Address read on Swedish Women's Peace Sunday, 1915.
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Remarks on Ford's Peace Ship, Jan. 1916?.
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Statement before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives, 01/11/1916.
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Statement before the Committee on Military Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives, 01/13/1916.
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Article "War Times Challenging Women's Traditions", 08/15/1916.
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Article "The Devil Baby at Hull-House", Oct. 1916.
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Article "Disturbing Conventions", 10/07/1916.
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Article "Jane Addams Sees Progressive Aims Attained Through President", 11/03/1916.
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Statement before the Judiciary Committee on Women Suffrage, 12/12/1916.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Article "Is It Public-Spirited", 03/04/1917.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Address "Patriotism and Pacifists in War Time", 05/15/1917.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Address "Labor as a Factor in the Newer Conception of International Relations", 05/31/1917.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Article "Tolstoy and the Russian Soldiers", 09/29/1917.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
MS "Food Conservation / Conservation of World's Food Supply", 1917?.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Article "Women and Public Housekeeping", 1917?.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
MS "Three Efforts of Contemporary Russia to Break Through Current Abstractions", Aug. 1918.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Memorial Address for Jenkin Lloyd Jones, 11/28/1918.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Article "The World's Food and the World's Politics", 1918.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Article "The World's Food Supply and Woman's Obligation", 1918.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
MS "The Russian Complication in the Light of Tolstoy's Teaching", 1918.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
MS "Russia - A Touchstone", 1918-1919?.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Address "The Next Step", 01/20/1919.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Address "Theodore Roosevelt - The Social Reformer" S, 02/09/1919.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Scope and Contents

see microfilm reel 113:38 for material on Theodore Roosevelt

Article "The Spirit of Youth", 04/13/1919.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Address to WILPF Congress, Zurich, May 1919.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
"Message from Miss Jane Addams" to WILPF Congress, May 1919.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Memorial Address for Mary Wilmarth, 08/30/1919.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Article "After the Lean Years", 09/06/1919.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Article "Where the Christmas Spirit Will Wane", Dec. 1919.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Address "Nationalism, A Dogma?", 12/29/1919.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Address "His Will to Righteousness", 1919.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
Article "Americanization", 1919.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7
MS "Hungary under Bolshevik Government", 1919.
Box DG 001: Series 3: 7

Existence and Location of Copies

Not microfilmed except for scattered items. See list for details.

    Microfilm:
  1. 113:27 for financial account re: MS of My Friend, Julia Lathrop (June 1935); and receipt from the International Woman Suffrage Alliance (Oct. 1929)
  2. 113:28 for clippings
  3. 113:31 for group writings (1909, 1912?, 1914, 1919)
  4. 113:37 for material on James Aducci (1931)
  5. 113:38 for material on Laura Dainty Pelham (1926)
  6. 113:39 for material on the American Friends Service Committee (1919-1931); and the American Neutral Conference Committee (1916?)
  7. 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?]
  8. 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, KY (1919)
  9. 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)
  10. 113:46-49 for writings (1879-1938) and writing fragments written by Jane Addams
  11. 113:50 for Hull-House Association records: general events (1895-1934); and lectures given at the College Extension and Summer School (1890-1900)
  12. 113:51 for Hull-House Association records: music and the arts at Hull-House (1893-1935)
Scope and Contents
    See microfilm reels:
  1. 113:27 for financial account re: MS of My Friend, Julia Lathrop (June 1935); and receipt from the International Woman Suffrage Alliance (Oct. 1929)
  2. 113:28 for clippings
  3. 113:31 for group writings (1909, 1912?, 1914, 1919)
  4. 113:37 for material on James Aducci (1931)
  5. 113:38 for material on Laura Dainty Pelham (1926)
  6. 113:39 for material on the American Friends Service Committee (1919-1931); and the American Neutral Conference Committee (1916?)
  7. 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?]
  8. 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, KY (1919)
  9. 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)
  10. 113:46-49 for writings (1879-1938) and writing fragments written by Jane Addams
  11. 113:50 for Hull-House Association records: general events (1895-1934); and lectures given at the College Extension and Summer School (1890-1900)
  12. 113:51 for Hull-House Association records: music and the arts at Hull-House (1893-1935)
Material on Hull-House, pre-1930.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 1
Material on Hull-House, 1930s.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 1
Material on Hull-House, 1940s.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 1
Material on Hull-House, 1950s.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 1
Material on Hull-House (renovations, etc.), 1960s.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 1
Correspondence on preservation of Hull-House, 1961.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 1
Scope and Contents

removed from Series 13a

Material on Hull-House, 1970s.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 1
Celebration of 100th Anniversary of Hull-House, 1989.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 1
Material on Hull-House, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 1
Material on Hull-House, 1980-.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 1
Material on Hull-House: Florence and Nicholas Kelley.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 1
Lectures, concerts, etc., 1890s.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 1
Reviews of play "The Enemy" by Channing Pollock, 1925.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 1
Material on Jane Addams in other U.S. collections/repositories.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 1
Scope and Contents

See also Series 1 for correspondence in other collections/repositories

Book reviews of books on Jane Addams.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 1
Biographical information/resumé.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 2
Service on committees and advisory boards, etc.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 2
Poetry written to/about Jane Addams.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 2
Membership certificate (lifetime) to National American Woman Suffrage Association, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 2
Transcript, Rockford Female Seminary, 1877-1881.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 2
Material on Jane Addams, 1892-1898.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 2
Excerpts from Beatrice Webb's American Diary, 1898.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 2
Scope and Contents

published 1963

Material on Jane Addams, 1899-1913.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 2
Material on Jane Addams, 1914-1915.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 3
Alice T. Post diary, Copy of (Mercedes Randall Collection, Columbia University), April-June 1915.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 3
Material on Jane Addams, 1916-1919.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 3
Alice T. Post diary, Copy of (Mercedes Randall Collection, Columbia University), April-May 1919.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 3
Material on Jane Addams, 1920-1924.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 3
Florence Kelley Anniversary Dinner, 1924.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 3
Material on Jane Addams, 1925.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 3
Attacks on Jane Addams, 1925-1928.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 3
Material on Jane Addams, 1926.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 3
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Congress, Dublin, 1926.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 3
Dunn, Margaret Carol: Jane Addams as a Political Thinker (M.A. thesis).
Box DG 001: Series 4: 4
Material on Jane Addams, 1927.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 4
Jane Addams and the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1927.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 4
Chicago Dinner, 1927.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 4
Material on Jane Addams, 1928-1931.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 4
Material on Nobel Peace Prize, 1931.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 4
Material on Jane Addams, 1932.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 4
Swarthmore College Founders Day, 1932.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 4
Material on Jane Addams, 1933-1934.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 4
Song "Hymn to Peace" dedicated to Jane Addams, 1935.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 4
Material on Jane Addams, to May 20, 1935.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 4
Newsclippings on Jane Addams' death, 05/20-21/1935.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 5
Newsclippings on Jane Addams' death, 05/22/1935.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 5
Newsclippings on Jane Addams' death, 05/23/1935.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 5
Newsclippings on Jane Addams' death, 05/24/1935.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 5
Newsclippings on Jane Addams' death, 05/25/1935.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 5
Newsclippings on Jane Addams' death, Post-05/25/1935.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 5
Undated newsclippings on Jane Addams' death.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 5
Miscellaneous memorials/tributes to Addams, 1935.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 5
Memorial service for Jane Addams at New York City Town Hall, 06/02/1935.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 5
Memorial service for Jane Addams at St. Martins-In-The- Fields, London, 06/04/1935.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 5
Memorial service for Jane Addams by National Conference of Social Work, 06/10/1935.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 5
Memorials and resolutions by Women's International League for Peace and Freedom U.S. and Women's International League for Peace and Freedom International, 1935.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 5
Jane Addams' Will.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 5
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom International correspondence on Jane Addams' death, 05/22/1935-01/09/1936.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 5
Letters of condolence on Addams' death, 05/22/1935-01/09/1936.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 5
Letters of condolence to James Weber Linn on Jane Addams' death, 05/22/1935-01/09/1936.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 5
Miscellaneous memorial articles and tributes on Jane Addams' death (U.S.), 1935 and undated.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Miscellaneous memorial articles and tributes on Jane Addams' death (foreign).
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Material on Jane Addams, 1936.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Scope and Contents

[post-death 1935 material]

Article "Women and World Highways" by George Walker Buckner Jr., 1936.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Article "Jane Addams As I Knew Her" by Marcet Haldeman-Julius, 1936.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Correspondence on Addams and Wald portrait, by Annot Jacobi, 1936-1949.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Material on Jane Addams, 1937.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Article "Memorials of Jane Addams" by Dorothy Detzer, 1938.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Address "Democracy - Jane Addams' Way of Life" by Judge Florence E. Allen, 09/06/1939.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Material on Jane Addams, 1939.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Article "The House that Jane Addams Built" by Lloyd Lewis, 1940.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Material on Jane Addams, 1940-1941.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Article "Women Who Have Won Fame by Work, Heroism, Chance, or Charm" by unknown author, 1941.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Article "Women Who Helped Mold America" by Barbara Auchincloss, 1941.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Article "Jane Addams" by Edwin B. Yeich, 1942.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Article "Jane Addams - Mary Richmond..." by Ruth Z.S. Mann, 1942.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Material on Jane Addams, 1942-1945.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Article "A Discussion of the Theory of International Relations" by John Dewey and others, 1945.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Article "Jane Addams Speaks" by Leonard Kenworthy, 1945.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Radio Play [Transcript] "Come Over to My House" by John Scheuer, 1945.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Address "Jane Addams and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom" by Robert Morss Lovett, 1946.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Material on Jane Addams, 1948.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Material on Jane Addams, 1948.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Article "Jane Addams and Hull House" (in Russian), 1948.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Article "Jane Addams, the Universal" by Catheryne Cooke Gilman, 1948.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Material on Jane Addams, 1949-1950.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Article "Jane Addams" by Edwin B. Yeich, 1951.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Material on Jane Addams, 1952-1955.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Article "Jane Addams of Hull House and the Women's League for Peace and Freedom" by Alice Hamilton, 1955.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 6
Dramatized Script about Jane Addams by Marian Wefer, 1956.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "Jane Addams of Hull House" by Karl Detzer, 1957.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "What We Owe to Jane Addams of Hull House" by Karl Detzer, 1957.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Material on Jane Addams, 1959.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "Jane Addams, Influential Moosette" by Joe Farrell, 1959.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Material from Riverside Church (NYC) on statue of Jane Addams by Lee Lawrie, 1959.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "Ennengas Restore Addams Home in Cedarville" by Elizabeth Yager, 1959.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "An Overview of the Pioneering Services of Jane Addams..." by Russell Ballard, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "Jane Addams: Crusader for Peace and Youth" by Pauline Bentley, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article, "Jane Addams and the Society of Friends" by Lucy P. Carner, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "The Legacy of Jane Addams" by Lucy P. Carner, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "A Vision of Human Solidarity" by Mary G. Cary, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "Jane Addams Knew No 'Enemy'" by Mary G. Cary, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "Jane Addams and the White House Conference on Children and Youth" by Bertha McNeill, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "Jane Addams vs. the Ward Boss" by Allen F. Davis, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "The Realism of Jane Addams" by John Dewey, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Speech "Tribute to the Late Jane Addams" by Senator Paul Douglas, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "Jane Addams Centennial Beginning" by Joan Eggerstead, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "Jane Addams Speaks" by Dorothy Elderdice, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "Jane Addams and the Founding of Hull House" by John Farrell, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Dissertation Prospectus "Jane Addams, 1860-1935," by John Farrell, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "Reformer Jane Addams Was Born 100 Years Ago" by Carol Gabler, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "Jane Addams in Retrospect" by Georgia Harkness, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
MS "Jane Addams" by Winifred Healey, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "The Nurture of Human Life" by Robert M. Hutchins, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "A Tribute" by Archibald MacLeish, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "Jane Addams and Our Unfinished Business" by Robert H. MacRae, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Editorial in New York Times "Jane Addams and Human Rights", 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "Where Are The Women Geniuses" by Kathleen Norris, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 7
Article "Jane Addams of Hull House" by Franklin Parker, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
"A Preliminary Checklist for a Bibliography on Jane Addams" by M. Helen Perkins, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Material produced by Rockford College for Jane Addams Centennial, April 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "Saint Jane and the Ward Boss" by Anna Firor Scott, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "Three Recollections" by Aileen Shane, Lois Benedict, and Leonard Dabney Cephas, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "Jane Addams Centennial Occasions Wallingford Woman's Recollections" by Ida Palmer Stabler, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "Jane Addams and Today's World" by Annalee Stewart, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "The Humanism of Jane Addams" by Margaret Tims, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Material produced by Women's International League for Peace and Freedom for Jane Addams Centennial, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "Addams Poem Found at College" by Elizabeth Wyatt, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Material produced by National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers (NYC) for Jane Addams Centennial, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Material on Jane Addams, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "The Centennial Year of Two Great Illinoisans: Jane Addams and Wm. Jennings Bryan" by Irving Dilliard, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Material on Jane Addams, 1961.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "Warm Memories of Hull House", 03/17/1961.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "Jane Addams on Human Nature" by Mele Curti, 1961.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "Jane Addams and the Radical Impulse", 1961.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "The Personal Reminiscences of Jane Addams" by Lydia Lewis Rickman, 1961.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "Jane Addams: Romantic Radical, 1889-1912", 1962.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "Jane Addams at Dawn of U.S. Social Reform" by Anne Firor Scott, 1962.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "Jane Addams and the Development of Professional Social Work", 1963.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Material on Jane Addams, 1964.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "Jane Addams: An American Heroine" by Jill K. Conway, 1964.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "The Campaign for the Industrial Relations Commission, 1911-1913" by Allen F. Davis, 1964.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "Settlement Workers in Politics, 1890-1914" by Allen F. Davis, 1964.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "The Social Workers and the Progressive Party" by Allen F. Davis, 1964.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "The Women's Trade Union League: Origins and Organization" by Allen F. Davis, 1964.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Article "We Have Made Good Friends" by Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 1964.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Introduction to Democracy and Social Ethics (by Jane Addams), 1964 edition.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 8
Material on Jane Addams, 1965-1969.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Article "Jane Addams: Incorrigible Democrat" by Lucy Perkins Carner, 1965.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Article "Cedarville's Jane Addams" by Ronald H. Beam, 1966.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Article "The Lady of Hull House" by Emily Cooper Johnson (?), 1966.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Letter from Dorothy Detzer to Mercedes Randall on Jane Addams, 1967.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Article "Jane Addams and the City" by Anne Firor Scott, 1967.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Article "Jane Addams' Hull House" for University of Illinois Centennial Year, 1967-1968.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Article "Jane Addams in the Hall of Fame" by Lucy P. Carner, 1968.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Booklet on unveiling of bust and tablet for Jane Addams in Hall of Fame for Great Americans, 05/19/1968.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Material on Jane Addams, 1970-1979.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Article "Recollections of Jane Addams" by George J. Rakas, 1972.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Book review by Rose Marie Redlich Scherman of The Life and Legend of Jane Addams by Allen F. Davis, 1973.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Article "The Education of Jane Addams" by J.O.C. Phillips, 1974.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Article "Varieties of Cultural Experience in Jane Addams' Chicago" by Helen L. Horowitz, 1974.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Book review by Kenneth O. Morgan of American Heroine by Allen F. Davis, 1975.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Address "Jane Addams: Womanhood Ideology as Dialectical Tool" by Rosemarie Redlich Scherman, 1976.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Editing by Bettina Aptheker of "Lynching and Rape: An Exchange of Views" by Jane Addams and Ida B. Wells, 1977.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Article "Jane Addams, Pioneer in Social Justice" by Terence E. Johnson, 1977.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Article "Mother Emancipator: The Meaning of Jane Addams' Sickness and Cure", 1979.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Material on Jane Addams, 1980-1989.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Story "Come Play at My House," by Phyllis Yingling in Highlights for Children, 1984.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Address "Reconstructing Jane Addams: A Labor of Love" by Victoria Brown, post-1985.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Article "Art at Hull House, 1889-1901: Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr" by Mary Ann Stankiewicz, 1989.
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Article "The Other Woman: Without Ellen Starr, Hull House Might Never have Been" by Margaret Carroll, 1989.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Article "The Jane Addams Papers" by Susan Querry, 1989.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Swarthmore College Peace Collection Brochure, 1989.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Material on Jane Addams, 1990-1999.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Paper "Jane Addams Manages Hull House: A Study of an Early Non-Profit", 1991.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Article "Jane Addams and Hull House: Historical Lessons on Nonprofit Leadership" by Louise Wilby Knight, 1991.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Address "From Hull-House to the Hague: Jane Addams and International Peace" by Rima Lunin Schultz, 1994.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Bibliography of articles on women in sociology by Mary Jo Deegan, 1996.
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Article "Biography's Window on Social Change: Benevolence and Justice in Jane Addams's 'A Modern Lear'" by Louise W.Knight, 1997.
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Article "Rehabilitating Jane Addams and 'difference feminism'" by Carol Nackenoff, 1997.
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Paper "The World Is One Great Family: Jane Addams' Contribution to the Organization of the Japan Section of [the] Women's International League for Peace and Freedom" by Nagako Sugimori (unpublished), 1998.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Paper "Women's Peace Movement in American and Japan in the 1940s: case study of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom" by Nagako Sugimori (unpublished), 1999.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Material on Jane Addams, 2000-2002.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Book reviews of A Useful Woman: The Early Life of Jane Addams by Gioia Diliberto, 2000.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Paper re: Jane Addams and Ghandi, by Tom Gilsenen (unpublished), 2001.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Book reviews by Kathryn Skar and others of books by Jean Bethke Elshstain (Jane Addams and the Dream of American Democracy; and The Jane Addams Reader), 2002.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Book review by Carlin Romano of Pragmatism: A Reader, 2002.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Material on Jane Addams, 2003-2005.
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Material on Jane Addams, 2006-2010.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 9
Scope and Contents

includes circa 2000-2010 items

Article "Two Mothers of Jane Addams" by Marcet Haldeman-Julius, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 10
List of articles on Jane Addams and the settlement field, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 4: 10
Material about Jane Addams, undated.
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Series 5: Photographs.
Scope and Contents

Photographs of Addams, groups in which she is included, and of her homes in Cedarville, Illinois, and Bar Harbor, Maine. A photocopy of her Nobel Peace Prize diploma is included.

General

The photographs have not been microfilmed.

Existence and Location of Copies
    Microfilm:
  1. 113:27 for record of disposition of Nobel Peace Prize money
  2. 113:28 for material on the American Academy of Political and Social Science; miscellaneous notes and lists (1896-1935); and telephone messages/transcripts re: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
  3. 113:30 for royalty statements
  4. 113:38 for material on Julia Lathrop
  5. 113:41 for material on the Chicago Institute for Instruction in Letters, Morals and Religion [1888-1898?]
  6. 113:45 for miscellaneous awards and honors
  7. 113:51 for Hull-House Association records: calendars of plays performed at Hull-House Theater (1916-1919, 1924)
Calling cards (including many received while in Japan in 1923) .
Box DG 001: Series 6: 1a
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:28

Miscellaneous: cards, notes, bank book, invitations, matriculation cards from Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1881-1882.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 1b
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:27

Diary, 1889-1890.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1894-1985.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1896.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, Nov. 1896-1898.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1897.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 02/10- 18/1897.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1898.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1899.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary (Paris), 1900.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, June-Aug. 1900, 1901.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1901.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1902.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1903.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1904.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1905.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary (Chicago Board of Education), 1905.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1906.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1907.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1908.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1909.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1911.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1912.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1913.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1914.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1915.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:29

Diary, 1916.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:30

Diary, 1917.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:30

Diary, 1918.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:30

Diary, 1919.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:30

Diary, 1920.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:30

Diary, 1921.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:30

Diary, 1922.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:30

Diary (trip to Denmark and Norway), 12/16-24/1922.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:30

Diary (trip to Mexico), 03/06/1925-04/08/1925.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:30

Address Book, 1883-1898.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:27

Passports, 1883, 1915, 1919, 1921, 1922, 1926, 1929 .
Box DG 001: Series 6: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:27

Rockford Seminary notebooks (2).
Box DG 001: Series 6: 3
Scope and Contents

two notebooks; See microfilm reel 113:27

Calendars, 1897, 1914-1921 .
Box DG 001: Series 6: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:30 for all but 1916 and 1917

Calendars, 1922-1934.
Box DG 001: Series 6: 4
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:30

Existence and Location of Copies

Most of these papers of John Huy Addams have not been microfilmed. See microfilm reel 113:27 for banking records (1880)

School book, [kept?] in Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania, 1838-1839.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Scope and Contents

Includes journal "Containing the account of our [wedding] journey to Illinois and travels through the State to Rock Island" ( 07/24/1844-09/07/1844); also journal (09/08/1844-12/20/1844)

Journals: 1) "Containing the account of our [wedding] journey to Illinois and travels through the State to Rock Island," July 24, 1844 - September 7, 1844; 2) September 8, 1844 - December 20, 1844, July 24, 1844 - December 20, 1844.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Speeches by John Huy Addams; citations to newspaper articles on John Huy Addams.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Diagrams of State Senate of Illinois, 1867, 1869.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Newspaper clippings, 1867, 1935.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Miscellaneous: receipts for making of 1896 steel engraving; detailed bill from Dr. Strohecker (1846) [see steel engraving in Oversized Items Collection].
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Scope and Contents

See steel engraving in Oversize Collection

Letters from John Huy Addams to wife Anna, 1868-1869, 1876, 1880.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Letters to John Huy Addams from wife Anna, 1868-1869.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Letters from John Huy Addams to daughter Alice, 1869-1872, 1875, 1881.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Letters from John Huy Addams to daughters Mary and Jane, and to (future) brother-in-law, Enos Reiff.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Letters to John Huy Addams from children and nephew(?), 1868-1869, 1875.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Business and professional letters to John Huy Addams, 1868-1869.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Letters written to Anna Haldeman Addams regarding John Huy Addams (from a sibling the day before her marriage to John Huy Addams in November), 1868.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Condolence letters written to Anna Haldeman Addams on death of John Huy Addams, 1881.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Condolence letters written to Jane Addams on death of John Huy Addams, 1881.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Scope and Contents

Most are on microfilm reel 133:1

Resolutions on death of John Huy Addams by the Cedar Creek Bible Society [John Huy Addams was President]; Second National Bank of Freeport, Illinois [John Huy Addams was President]; and Stephenson County Bible Society.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Newspaper obituaries of John Huy Addams [removed to Oversized Items Collection].
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Scope and Contents

removed to Oversize Collection

Postcard of Second National Bank, Freeport, Illinois.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1

General

These papers are not microfilmed.

Related Materials

See also Series 7 and Series 18.

Letters of Sarah Weber Addams and her Reiff siblings/sister-in-law.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Letters to John Huy Addams from daughter Alice, 1872, 1875.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Letter to his father from John M. Linn (husband of Mary Addams Linn), 1872.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Business and professional letters to John Huy Addams, 1869, and A.M. Haldeman, 1906.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Legal document of Jane Addams, 1908, and will of Anna Haldeman, 1881.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Family history / family trees.
Box DG 001: Series 7/8: 1
Series 9: Photographs.
Scope and Contents

Includes photographs and portraits of Addams, Weber, and Reiff families, as well as Eastman Kodak negative album belonging to Alice Addams Haldeman, sister of Jane Addams.

Series 10: Books from John Huy Addams' Cedarville, Illinois Lending Library.

Scope and Contents

Clippings related to Jane Addams, 1892-1935 from a clipping bureau, with additional clippings from post-1935.

Clippings have been microfilmed. Clippings received after microfilming are kept separately.

Existence and Location of Copies
    See microfilm reels:
  1. 113:55-71 for clippings
  2. 113:46-48 for writings (1879-10/22/1932)
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 1 [SCPC-2410]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 2 [SCPC-2411]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 3 [SCPC-2412]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 4 [SCPC-2413]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 5 [SCPC-2414]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 6 [SCPC-2415]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 27 [SCPC-2436]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 31 [SCPC-2440]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 32 [SCPC-2441]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 33 [SCPC-2442]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 34 [SCPC-2443]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 35 [SCPC-2444]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 36 [SCPC-2445]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 37 [SCPC-2446]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 39 [SCPC-2448]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 40 [SCPC-2449]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 41 [SCPC-2450]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 42 [SCPC-2451]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 43 [SCPC-2452]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 44 [SCPC-2453]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 45 [SCPC-2454]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 46 [SCPC-2455]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 47 [SCPC-2456]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 48 [SCPC-2457]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 49 [SCPC-2458]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 50 [SCPC-2459]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 52 [SCPC-2461]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 53 [SCPC-2462]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 55 [SCPC-2464]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 56 [SCPC-2465]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 61 [SCPC-2470]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 62 [SCPC-2471]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 63 [SCPC-2472]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 64 [SCPC-2473]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 65 [SCPC-2474]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 66 [SCPC-2475]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 70 [SCPC-2479]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 72 [SCPC-2481]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 73 [SCPC-2482]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 75 [SCPC-2484]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 91 [SCPC-2500]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 105 [SCPC-2514]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 106 [SCPC-2515]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 107 [SCPC-2516]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 108 [SCPC-2517]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 113 [SCPC-2522]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 121 [SCPC-2530]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 122 [SCPC-2531]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 123 [off-site box SCPC-2532]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 124 [off-site box SCPC-2533]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 125 [off-site box SCPC-2534]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 132 [off-site box SCPC-2541]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 137 [off-site box SCPC-2546]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 141 [off-site box SCPC-2550]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 142 [off-site box SCPC-2551]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 149 [off-site box SCPC-2558]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 150 [off-site box SCPC-2559]
Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
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Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 153 [off-site box SCPC-2562]
Jane Addams Clippings.
Box DG 001: Series 11: 154 [off-site box SCPC-2563]

Existence and Location of Copies
    See microfilm reel:
  1. 113:Addendum 11 for book reviews
Publicity for Democracy and Social Ethics, 1899-1902.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 1 [off-site box SCPC-2564]
Book reviews of Democracy and Social Ethics, April 1902- 1904.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 1 [off-site box SCPC-2564]
Publicity for Newer Ideals of Peace, 1907.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 1 [off-site box SCPC-2564]
Book reviews of Newer Ideals of Peace, Jan.-April 1907.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 1 [off-site box SCPC-2564]
Reviews of "Autobiographical Notes, American Magazine, 1910.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 1 [off-site box SCPC-2564]
Publicity for The Spirit of Youth and the City Streets.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 2 [off-site box SCPC-2565]
Book reviews of The Spirit of Youth and the City Streets, Nov. 1909-March 1916.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 2 [off-site box SCPC-2565]
Publicity for A New Conscience and An Ancient Evil.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 2 [off-site box SCPC-2565]
Book reviews of A New Conscience and An Ancient Evil, Oct. 1911-May 1912.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 2 [off-site box SCPC-2565]
Book reviews of A New Conscience and An Ancient Evil, June 1912-Dec. 1913.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 3 [off-site box SCPC-2566]
Book reviews of A New Conscience and An Ancient Evil, June 1912-Dec. 1913.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 3 [off-site box SCPC-2566]
Book reviews of Women at the Hague, 1915.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 3 [off-site box SCPC-2566]
Reviews of "The Devil Baby at Hull House, 1916-1918.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 3 [off-site box SCPC-2566]
Book reviews of The Long Road of Woman's Memory, 1916-1917.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 3 [off-site box SCPC-2566]
Book reviews of Peace and Bread in Time of War, 1922.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 3 [off-site box SCPC-2566]
Publicity for Twenty Years at Hull-House.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 4 [off-site box SCPC-2567]
Book reviews for Twenty Years at Hull-House, Nov. 1910- 1915.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 4 [off-site box SCPC-2567]
Publicity for The Second Twenty Years at Hull-House.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 5 [off-site box SCPC-2568]
Book reviews of The Second Twenty Years at Hull-House, July 1930-Jan. 1932.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 5 [off-site box SCPC-2568]
Scope and Contents

Includes chapter "Decade of Prohibition", 1930-1931

Book reviews of The Second Twenty Years at Hull-House, July 1930-Jan. 1932.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 5 [off-site box SCPC-2568]
Scope and Contents

Includes chapter "Decade of Prohibition", 1930-1931

Publicity for The Excellent Becomes The Permanent.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 5 [off-site box SCPC-2568]
Book reviews of The Excellent Becomes The Permanent, 1932.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 5 [off-site box SCPC-2568]
Miscellaneous reviews of books and articles, 1930-1935.
Box DG 001: Series 12: 5 [off-site box SCPC-2568]
Series 13: Clippings on Hull-House, 1900-1935.
General

Not found during revision of finding aid in 2005. Contents probably merged into other clippings in Series 11.

Existence and Location of Copies
    See microfilm reels:
  1. 113:27 for will/probate/guardian papers of Frederick Greeley [?]; receipt (May 1896); and calling and gift cards (1889-1935)
  2. 113:28 for telephone transcripts/messages; credentials (1889-1935); and miscellaneous notes
  3. 113:37 for material on Grace Abbott (1917, 1923, 1934); Helen Boyle (1905, 1909); and Herbert Burrows (1895)
  4. 113:38 for material on poor law reform, England (1911); public playgrounds, Chicago (1907); women in industry (1910-1913); workers' education (1921); workmen's compensation (1911); Lillian Wald (1927); and Robert Woods (1923)
  5. 113:39 for material on the Chicago Community Trust (1930)
  6. 113:41 for material on the Commercial Club of Chicago (1908); the Immigrants' Protective League, Chicago (1908-1929); the International Conference of Settlements (1922- 1926); and the International People's College, Denmark [1917?]
  7. 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 New School for Social Research, New York, New York (1920-1921); the Progressive Service Committee, Progressive Party (1912-1914); and the Universal Peace Congress (1909)
  8. 113:43-45 for material on the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (1915-1935)
  9. 113:46-47 for writings (1879-02/13/1919)
  10. 113:49 for Hull-House Association records: Board of Trustees' meetings (March 1895-May 1935); proxy statement (1929); and leases (1889-1900)
  11. 113:50 for Hull-House Association records: Hull-House Steam Plant (1900-1906, 1916-1917); miscellaneous information about buildings; general events (1895-1934); Hull- House Cooperative Association (1893-1895, 1918); Hull-House kitchen, coffee house, dining hall, and restaurant (1891-1916); and Hull-House School of Citizenship (1924-1925)
  12. 113:51 for Hull-House Association records: music at Hull-House (1880-1930); and dance at Hull-House (1934)
  13. 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)
  14. 113:53 for Hull-House Association records: the Montessori School (1917-1918); and United Garment Workers of America (1895-1910)
  15. 113:54 for Hull-House Association records: The Italians in Chicago (1895-1897)
  16. 113:Addendum 10 for Hull-House Association records: scrapbook (includes a letter in Italian, Chicago Teachers Federation Bulletin, and The School Weekly)
General.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Hull-House Association and Culver Gift of 1906.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Hull-House Cooperative Association.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Address Book.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Widening of Halsted Street, 1906.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Study of Greeks, 1908.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Papers from Immigrants' Classes.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Jane Club .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:51 for material on the Jane Club (1897-1898, 1917)

Labor Museum .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:51 for material on the Labor Museum (1900-1935)

Lectures and programs .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:50 for material on potential Hull- House lecturers/lectures [1890-1900]

Montessori School, 1917-1918.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Summer projects, 1931.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Trade school for girls and sewing shop .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:50 for material on the Hull-House Trade School (1914-1916)

Vocational Bureau.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Social activities: art.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Bowen Country Club: finances and correspondence .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:50 for material on the Bowen Country Club and summer outings (1907-1934)

Bowen Country Club: personal experiences of counselors Boys' activities and camps .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:50 for material on the Hull- House Boys' Club (1907-1929)

Hull-House Players .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:51 for material on theater at Hull- House (1880-1930)

Woman's Club.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Scope and Contents

 See microfilm reel 113:51 for material on the Hull-House Woman's Club (1892-1935) and Old Settlers Party, Hull-House Woman's Club (1905)

Young People's Club.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Hull-House Bulletin, 1896-1906.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:Addendum 10

Hull-House Yearbook, 1913, 1916.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:Addendum 10

Book reviews of Hull-House Maps and Papers.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Obituaries of Alzina Parsons Stevens (active at Hull-House; died there in 1900) .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:38

Economic conference co-sponsored by Hull-House, 1896.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 1
Hull-House Finances .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:49 for auditors' reports and correspondence (1909-1935); bequests of Mr. Baney, George E.P. Dodge, Frederick Greeley [?], Charles F. Kimball, Mr. Schwabacher, and Katherine E. Tuley; 113:50 for 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; and fundraising correspondence and literature (1910-1935)

Correspondence on Hull-House employment and residence, 1926-1929, undated .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 2
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:50 for residents' lists and applications for residency (1895-1930)

Misc. material found in Hull-House papers.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 2
Settlements.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 3
National Federation of Settlements.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 3
Scope and Contents

 See microfilm reel 113:41 for material on the Chicago Federation of Settlements (1894-1934); 113:42 for material on the National Federation of Settlements (1899-1931)

Correspondence of Henrietta Barnett.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 3
Articles by Canon Barnett.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:37 for material on Samuel Barnett (1913-1914, 1919-1921)

Clippings on Canon Barnett.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 3
Barnett Fellowship and Barnett House .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:37 for material on the Barnett Fellowship (1914-1928); 113:39 for material on Barnett House, Oxford, England (1916-1927)

Toynbee Hall, London .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:38 for material on Arnold Toynbee (1883)

British settlement houses and garden suburbs .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:38 for material on garden suburbs and tenant cooperatives, England (1913-1919), and settlements, England (1920-1935)

American settlement houses .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:38 for material on settlements (1920-1935)

Social workers.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 4
Settlement houses: miscellaneous.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 4
Slums.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 4
Chicago housing conditions .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 4
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:42 for material on the Society for Improved Housing, Chicago [1897?]

Reports of tuberculosis.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 4
Scope and Contents

 See microfilm reel 113:54 for Hull-House Association records: tuberculosis investigation (1900-1908)

Reports of typhoid .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 4
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:54 for Hull-House Association records: typhoid fever investigation (1902-1905)

Working conditions and compensation.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 4
Child Labor.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 4
Child labor: general.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 4
Scope and Contents

 See microfilm reel 113:37 for material on child welfare (1904-1913)

Legislation on child labor.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 4
Legislation on child labor.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 5
Children on the stage (includes notes and MS by Jane Addams).
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 5
Scope and Contents

 See microfilm reel 113:38 for material on stage children (1910-1911)

Children on the streets .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 5
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:38 for material on street trades for children (1903-1911)

Newsboys .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 5
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:54 for Hull-House Association records: newsboy investigation (1903-1905)

Children's Bureau.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 5
Peace.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 5
Woman's Peace Party .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 5
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:42-43 for material on the Woman's Peace Party (1915-1919)

Lucia Ames Mead.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 5
Women at The Hague.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 5
Preparedness and the American military situation .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 5
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:38 for material on preparedness for WWI (1914-1916)

Mexico, 1916.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 5
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:33

Miscellaneous peace material .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 5
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:38 for material on mediation in WWI (1915)

Assorted material.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 6
Averbuch material on Russian Jews, Emma Goldman, and anarchism, 1908.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 6
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:37 for material on anarchists (Chicago and New York 1904-1908)

Friends of Russian Freedom .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 6
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:41 for material on the Friends of Russian Freedom (c. 1905)

Progressive Party,, 1913-1914.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 6
Chicago School Board .
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 6
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:39 for material on the Chicago Board of Education (1897-1908)

Misc. material from European trip, 1896.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 6
Material on Sophonisba Breckenridge, 1906-1907, 1931.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 6
Florence Kelley and factory inspection.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 6
Municipal Museum correspondence (none by Jane Addams).
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 6
Pan-Pacific Association.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 6
W.I. Thomas Study of the Races project, 1922.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 6
Misc. correspondence (none by Jane Addams).
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 6
Book reviews of The Immigrant and the Community by Grace Abbott.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 6
Photograph album.
Box DG 001: Series 13A: 7
Scope and Contents

Photographs removed

Existence and Location of Copies
    See microfilm reels:
  1. 113:28 for miscellaneous notes and lists (1896-1935); and material on Jane Addams' world tour (YMCA of Korea, 1923)
  2. 113:31 for group writings (1919, 1925)
  3. 113:33 for material on the National Peace Federation (undated); and the Nobel Peace Foundation (undated)
  4. 113:38 for material on Marianne Hainisch (1930); Elena Landazuri (1925-1926); the peace movement (1915-1934); and postwar conditions in Germany (1920)
  5. 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)
  6. 113:42 for material on the National Committee on American-Japanese Relations (1921); and the Pan-Pacific Women's Association (1915-1934)
  7. 113:45 for writings (02/15/1919-10/22/1932)
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: Correspondence, 1919-1926.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 1
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: Finances, 1921-1927, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 1
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: Executive Committee meetings, Sept. 1922, May 1925, July 1925, Feb.-March 1926, Dec. 1926, March 1927, Sept. 1927, Dec. 1927, March 1928, Sept. 1928, April 1929, May 1932, April 1933, Sept. 1933, 1934-1935.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 1
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: Circular letters, 1920-1935.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 1
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: U.S. Section, 1915-1935.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 1a
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: Official material, 1915-1928.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 1a
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: Official material, 1929-1934, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 2
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: Congresses.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 2
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: Sixth Congress, Prague, Czechoslovakia, Aug. 1929.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 2
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: Summer schools, 1921-1926.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 2
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: British Section, 1919-1935, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 2
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: French Section, 1923-1933, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 2
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: German Section, 1927-1933, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 2
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: Other international Sections.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 2
People: Canon Barnett .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:28

People: Ozora Davis.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:28

People: Sherwood Eddy.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:28

People: Henry Ford.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:28

People: Mahatma Gandhi.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:28

People: Alice Hamilton.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:28

People: William Isaac Hull.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:28

People: David Starr Jordan.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:28

People: Florence Kelley.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:28

People: Lucia Ames Mead and Edward D. Mead.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:28

People: Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:28

People: Joanna Southcott.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:28

People: Count Nikolaevich Tolstoy.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 3
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:28

Armenia .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 4
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:31

Balkans.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 4
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:31

Capital punishment.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 4
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:31

Child labor, 1906-1924, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 4
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:31 and 113:35

China, 1921-1928, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 4
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:31

Civil liberties / free speech .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 4
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:31 and 113:35

Conscientious objection .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 4
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:31

Daughters of the American Revolution, 1927-1928 .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 5
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:31

Disarmament, 1921-1932, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 5
Scope and Contents

 See microfilm reel 113:31

Education, 1903-1930, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 5
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:31

Famine, 1917 - April 1920 .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 5
Scope and Contents

See 113:32 for 1917-1923

Famine (cont.), May 1920 - 1924, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 6
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:31 for undated; 113:32 for 1917-1923

Germany.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 6
Scope and Contents

 See microfilm reel 113:32

International Congress of Women, The Hague, The Netherlands, 1915.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 6
Scope and Contents

Includes notes by Jane Addams. See microfilm reel 113:28

"Horror on the Rhine", 1921.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 6
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:32

Immigration .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 6
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:32

India, 1915-1935, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 7
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:3

Industry and industrial relations, 1898-1933, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 7
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:32

Ireland .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 7
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:32

Japan, 1919, 1928, undated .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 7
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:33

Judaism / Zionism.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 7
Scope and Contents

 See microfilm reel 113:33

Latin America.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 7
Scope and Contents

 See microfilm reel 113:33

League of Nations, 1918-1932, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 8
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:33

"League of Nations Report", 1921-1924, 1927-1928 .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 8
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:33

Mexico.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 8
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:33

Militarism.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 8
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:33

Movies / Cinema.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 8
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:33

Nobel Peace Prize, 1900-1935.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 9
Scope and Contents

 See microfilm reel 113:33

Old age security, 1933-1935, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 9
Scope and Contents

Includes endorsement by Jane Addams of "Lights Out" written by Zona Gale. See microfilm reel 113:33

Pan-Pacific Conference, 1928 .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 9
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:33

Philosophical material.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 9
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:33

Population.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 9
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:33

Prisoners of war.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 9
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:33

Progressive Party, 1912-1928, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 9
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:34

Prohibition.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 9
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:34

Public housing.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 9
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:34

Race relations.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 10
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:34

Religious material .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 10
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:34 (by organizational name)

Russia.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 10
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:34

Russia: "Letters from Russian Prisons", 1925.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 10
Social work and settlements, 1897-1928 .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 10
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:34

Social work and settlements, 1929-1935 .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 11
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:34

Student peace agitation, 1930s .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 11
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:34

Ukrainian women.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 11
Scope and Contents

Transferred from Series 3

Unemployment, 1921-1935, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 11
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:34

United States foreign policy, 1916-1931, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 11
Woman suffrage, 1913-1932.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 11
Scope and Contents

 See microfilm reel 113:34

Woman suffrage: reports from the 7th and 10th congresses of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 11
World court / international law, 1913-1930, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 11
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:35

World court / international law / arbitration .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 12
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:35

Organizations: American Citizenship Foundation, 1927.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 12
Scope and Contents

 See microfilm reel 113:35

Organizations: American Friends Service Committee, 1921, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 12
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:35

Organizations: American Peace Society, 1906-1928 .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 12
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:35

Organizations: American Union Against Militarism .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 12
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:35

Organizations: Bureau International Permanent de la Paix.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 12
Scope and Contents

 See microfilm reel 113:35

Organizations: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (formerly American Association for International Conciliation) .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 12
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:35

Organizations: Central Organisation for a Durable Peace .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 12
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:39

Organizations: Federal Council of the Churches in Christ in America, 1921-1924.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 12
Organizations: Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1925, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 12
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:35

Organizations: Foreign Policy Association, 1919-1932, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 13
Scope and Contents

 See microfilm reel 113:35

Organizations: French League for the Defense of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, 1922 .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 13
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:35

Organizations: Friends, Society of.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 13
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:35; 113:42 for material on the Emergency and War Victims Relief Committee of the Society of Friends (1915-1935)

Organizations: General Committee on the Limitation of Armament, 1921-1922.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 13
Scope and Contents

 See microfilm reel 113:35

Organizations: Hull-House .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 13
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:36; 113:51 for material on Hull-House Woman's Club (1892-1935)

Organizations: International Anti-Militarist Union, 1920, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 13
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:36

Organizations: International Peace Press Bureau .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 13
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:36

Organizations: League of Women Voters .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 13
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:36

Organizations: National Council for Prevention of War [NCPW] -- correspondence, 1922-1930.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 13
Organizations: National Council for Prevention of War [NCPW] -- meeting minutes and news releases.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 13
Organizations: National Council for Prevention of War [NCPW] -- literature.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 13
Organizations: National Council for Prevention of War (British), 1926-1928 .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 13
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:36

Organizations: Neutral Conference for Continuous Mediation, 1916 .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 14
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:36

Organizations: No More War Movement .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 14
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:36

Organizations: Pan-Pacific Union, 1920-1929, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 14
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:36

Organizations: Theistic Endeavor Society, 1913-1923, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 14
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:36

Organizations: Women's Union for Peace, undated .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 14
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:36

Organizations: World Peace Foundation -- publications, 1915-1933 .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 14
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:36

Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: peace, 1892-1925 .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 14
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:37

Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: American Prophets of Peace, 1907.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 14
Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: The Exhibit on Friendship Between Nations, 1926.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 14
Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: peace, 1926-1935, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 15
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:37

Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: war, 1900-1930, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 15
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:37

Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: "Chants of Labour: A Song Book of the People", 1897.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 15
Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: "The Color of Life" by Emanuel Julius, 1916.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 15
Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: "Lest We Forget: A Keepsake From the Nineteenth Century", 1901.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 15
Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: "Nazis Against the War".
Box DG 001: Series 14: 15
Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: "The Other Great Illusion: The Folly of Class War", 1913.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 16
Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: "The Passion Play at OberAmmergau", 1890.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 16
Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: "Peace Year Book 1915", 1915.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 16
Scope and Contents

Part of Jane Addams's peace library

Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: "To the Person Sitting In Darkness" by Mark Twain, 1901.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 16
Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: "Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science" (Volume 14:3), June 1931.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 16
Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: "Bulletin de la Societe Autour du Monde", 12/31/1925.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 16
Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: "Canada House of Commons Debates Official Report" (volume 64:74), 06/04/1929.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 16
Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: "The National Geographic Magazine", July 1917.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 16
Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: World Friendship Vol. 2:5, May 1922.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 16
Miscellaneous Peace/War Material: digest of court cases on extradition of Jan Janoff Powen, 1906.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 16
Miscellaneous material, 1895-1921.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 16
Miscellaneous material, 1922-1935, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 17
Miscellaneous maps .
Box DG 001: Series 14: 17
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:37

Miscellaneous books and pamphlets, 1895-1935, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 17
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:37

Miscellaneous periodicals, 1900-1935.
Box DG 001: Series 14: 18
Scope and Contents

See microfilm reel 113:37

Series 15: Oversize Material.
Scope and Contents

Microfilmed [Red Cross Tribute Filmed?]

Herbarium put together by Jane Addams [discarded after photocopy made]; tribute from German Red Cross, 1921 [located in its own box in Oversize Collection]

Existence and Location of Copies
    Microfilm:
  1. 113:Addendum 1A for herbarium
Series 16: Rockford Seminary Magazine .
Scope and Contents

Volume 5:1 (January 1877) through Volume 9:7 (July 1881); these were not included in the microfilm of the Jane Addams Papers.

Physical Location

Located in FHL cage, aisle 97

Existence and Location of Copies

not included in microfilm of the Jane Addams Papers??

War cartoons collected by Jane Addams, 1914-1915.
Box DG 001: Series 17: 1

Existence and Location of Copies

This series not part of the microfilm of the Jane Addams Papers.

Letters to John Huy Addams from son J. Weber (1860-1869); documents, 1860-1869.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Letters to John Huy Addams from daughter Mary, 1861-1869.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Business and professional letters to John Huy Addams (1864); receipt (1876), 1864, 1876.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Letter to Sarah Addams (Young) from mother Laura, 1881.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Letters to Esther Linn Hulbert from family members, 1894, 1900, 1906, 1935.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Letters to Esther Linn Hulbert from associates, 1935, 1954.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Letters to Esther Linn Hulbert from Alice Hamilton, 1935.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Letter to Eri Hulbert from Adena M. Rich, 1936.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Material about Jane Addams [see also Series 4], 1897-1978.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Writings by Jane Addams: valedictory address given at Rockford Seminary [1949 reprint], June 22, 1881.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Writings by Jane Addams: "Disarm and Have Peace", March 12, 1932.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Writings by Jane Addams: "Hull-House Women's Club Song", undated.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Jane Addams Centennial: correspondence and documents, 1960.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Induction of Jane Addams into Hall of Fame for Great Americans, 1968.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Dedication of Jane Addams window in Grace Cathedral (San Francisco, California): correspondence and documents, 1971.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Alice Hamilton material, 1954, 1969.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Jeannette Rankin material, 1967-1972.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Addams family history and genealogy, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Linn family history and genealogy, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Hulbert family history and genealogy, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Handwritten autobiography of Esther Linn Hulbert, undated.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [WILPF]: correspondence and documents [see also Series 14], 1926-1973.
Box DG 001: Series 18: 1

Existence and Location of Copies

Not Microfilmed

White t-shirt with blue silk-screen image of Jane Addams and text "Jane Addams Ran a Hull of a House".
Steel plate (8" x 12") of John Huy Addams used for engravings.
Tintype (6 & 1/2" x 9") of John Huy Addams.
Tintype (6 & 1/2" x 9") of Sarah Weber Addams.
Steel engraving (9 & 1/2" x 13") of Cedarville Mills and Addams residence, Cedarville, Stephenson County, Illinois.
Steel engraving (2'8 &1/2" x 1'11") of balloon view of [U.S. Centennial] Grounds, Philadelphia (Jane Addams taken there by her father).
Supplement for Harpers Weekly, 1876-09-30.
Photo album (7 p.) of Jane Addams Hall, Federal Industrial Institution for Women, Alderson, WV, (1930s?).
Photo of Jane Addams (6 & 1/2" x 10 & 1/2").
Colored print (9 & 1/4" x 12 & 1/4") of Jane Addams from painting by Leon Gordon, (193_).
Photo (11" x 14") of Jane Addams (smaller versions available).
Photo on card (10" x 8") of Jane Addams in Mexico with students (also available in 5" x 7" photo and 4" x 5" negative).
Studio portrait (7 & 3/4" x 10 & 3/4") of Jane Addams by Jermand de Gueldre, Chicago (smaller versions available).
Photo (10 & 1/4" x 13") of Jane Addams with young girl (smaller versions available).
Studio portraits (9" x 13") of Jane Addams by Moffett - 3 views (smaller versions available).
Pencil drawing of Jane Addams by Adolph Rehbald (sp?), 1931.
Drawing (14 & 3/4" x 1'8 & 3/4") in graphite and chalk of Jane Addams by Violet Oakley.
Graphics of Jane Addams and Hull-House by Gwyneth King Brown.
Photographs of Hull-House.
Monogrammed handkerchief, owned by Jane Addams, attached to board.
Certificate (8 & 1/2" x 1'1 & 1/2") of incorporation, Jane Club, Hull-House Association, signed by Jane Addams, Mary Brady and Nellie Collins, 1895-06-12.
Honorary diploma from Swarthmore College, 1932.
Printers dummy (7" x 2'2") re: entry of the United States into the World Court, by the American Peace Award, NYC, 1925-01-17.
Teachers' Federation Bulletin 9:3 with front-page article by Jane Addams "Henry Demarest Lloyd: His Passion for Better Social Order", 1904-01-29.
Sheet music "Hymn to Peace," words by Enid Beaupre, music by Claude Mac Arthur, dedicated to Jane Addams, 1935.
Sheet music "A House Stands on a Busy Street," words by Jane Addams, music by Eleanor Smith, undated.
Handwritten sheet music "Peace and Good Will," words and arrangement by Jean Rivenius (sp?).
Page (1'5" x 1'11& 1/2") with poems hand-lettered in German, dedicated to (or about?) Jane Addams.
Document (1'2 & 1/2" x 1'4 & 3/4") in Japanese; was attached to letter from Kansai Women Association of Osaka, Japan, written to Jane Addams, 1923-06-21.
Scroll, handwritten in Japanese.
Document from the president of the Mahila-Samiti, Calcutta, India, welcoming Jane Addams, undated.
2 pages of wage maps (#1, 2, 3, 4) and 2 pages of nationalities maps (#1, 2, 3, 4).
Photocopy of Nobel Peace Prize scroll awarded to Jane Addams, 1931.
Proclamation (11 & 1/2" x 1'6") from the state of Illinois declaring April 1960 "Jane Addams Month," signed by Gov. William G. Stratton.
Jus Suffragii: Monthly Organ of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance, England 10:9 (06/01/1916); 23:2 (Nov. 1928); 23:7 (April 1929); 24:7 (April 1930).
Press Opinions on the Second Assembly of the League of Nations #2 (09/07/1921); #3 (09/08/1921); #5 (09/10/1921); #6 (90/11/1921).
Provisional Verbatim Record [of the League of Nations] - of the 1st plenary meeting, 1921-09-05.
Provisional Verbatim Record [of the League of Nations] - of the 3rd plenary meeting, 1921-09-06.
Provisional Verbatim Record [of the League of Nations] - of the 5th plenary meeting, 1921-09-07.
Provisional Verbatim Record [of the League of Nations] - of the 7th plenary meeting, 1921-09-09.
Provisional Verbatim Record [of the League of Nations] - of the 8th plenary meeting, 1921-09-10.
Journal of the Second Assembly of the League of Nations, Geneva #1 (9/05/1921); #3 (09/07/1921); #4 (09/08/1921); #6 (09/10/1921); #7 (09/11/1921).
Oversize photograph of Jane Addams hung on wall in Swarthmore College Peace Collection.
Tribute to Jane Addams from the German Red Cross [in Memorabilia Collection], 1921.
Oversize clippings re: various topics connected with Jane Addams and Hull-House [in Oversize Clippings box in Oversize Collection].
Scrapbook of clippings about Jane Addams (on her speeches and trips in 1920s and 1930s, her funeral, renovation of Addams homestead in 1950s, and centennial celebrations in 1950s and 1960s), owned by Mary Addams Hulbert [in Scrapbook Collection].
Plaster bust of Jane Addams by sculptor Lee Lawrie, and plaster statue of Jane Addams with a child [in Swarthmore College Peace Collection work area].

"Some Glimpses of the Maison Internationale in Geneva and Devoted WIL Members" .
Scope and Contents

Includes scenes about the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom; as well as Addams with WILPF members (silent); sound portion of Addams' speech in Washington, D.C., at end of Peace Caravan sponsored by WILPF, 1931; sound portion with Addams seated in a studio, reading a speech about the Disarmament Conference to be held in Geneva, Switzerland, 1931.

There are several versions of this film, but the portions showing Addams are the same in each version.

Existence and Location of Copies
  1. Motion picture #0006
  2. Motion picture #0010.1-0010.2
  3. Motion picture #0014
  4. Video Recording #0048 (copy of motion picture 0010.1-0010.2)
  5. Video Recording #0094 (copy of motion picture 0006 and motion picture 0014)
"Fragment of film showing Jane Addams".
Scope and Contents

Jane Addams about to give a speech in front of camera, circa 1920?] (approximately 10 seconds long, silent); [same film available in various formats]

Existence and Location of Copies
  1. Motion picture #0022
  2. Video Recordings #0366, 0367a-0367b
"Jane Addams, Alice Hamilton, and Aletta Jacobs in Berlin, 1915" .
Existence and Location of Copies

Also available on line at: Critical Past.

Video Recording #0376

Jane Addams, Founder's Day at Swarthmore College, October 1932.
Fragment from Jane Addams speech , 1931.
Scope and Contents

This sound recording replicates the final Addams speech from the film "Some Glimpses of the Maison Internationale".

Existence and Location of Copies
  1. Phonograph record #0010.1-0010.2
  2. Audiocassette #0064
  3. Audiotape reel #0280
"The House That Jane Built," WTTW Chicago [Video Recording #0194], 1991.
"Jane Addams," Schlessinger Productions [Video Recording #0201], 1995.
"Jane Addams," Lest We Forget These Great Americans by Institute for Democratic Education [Phonograph record #0035.1-0035.2] .
"Jane Addams, As I Knew Her," with speaker Jessie Binford, Jane Addams Centennial-Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, U.S. Section, 1960.
Existence and Location of Copies
  1. Audiotape reel #0270 and #0273
  2. Audiocassette #1254
"Jane Addams, Her Life and Work," Harlem High School [Compact Disc #0011], 2003.
"Jane Addams, Timeless Fighter for Peace and Freedom" (WILPF Chicago Branch) [Audiocassette #0084], 1980.
"Reminiscences of Jane Addams," with speaker Maud Stockwell, Jane Addams Tea, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Minnesota branch, 1954.
Existence and Location of Copies
  1. Audiotape reel #0273
  2. Audiocassette #1254
"Women of Hull-House" (Jane Addams Hull-House Museum) [Video Recording #0194], 1992.

"Jane Addams Tomatoes" (empty can with label).
Box DG 001: Memorabilia: 1
Sugar pack with picture of Addams etc.
Box DG 001: Memorabilia: 1
Medallion with profile of Addams.
Box DG 001: Memorabilia: 1
Key to John Huy Addams' grist mill.
Box DG 001: Memorabilia: 1
Little Blue Book (no. 65, 509, 760, 815, 950, 1041, 1241) produced by company owned by Emanuel and Marcet [niece of Addams] Haldeman-Julius.
Box DG 001: Memorabilia: 2
Gourd dolls (7) representing Jane Addams with Hull-House children, made by Mary Phillips, founder of Peace Gardens (see CDGA).
Box DG 001: Memorabilia: 3
Nobel Peace Prize medal in box inscribed "Nobels Fredspris 1931, Jane Addams".
Box DG 001: Memorabilia [cage]: 1
Memorial medallion with Addams profile and "1860 - Jane Addams - 1935 - Hull House" on one side, engraving of Hull-House on other side, produced by Hull-House, 1951; Original sculpted by Nancy Cox McCormack, 1939, for Hull-House.
Box DG 001: Memorabilia [cage]: 1
Monogrammed gold watch presented to Addams at time of retirement as President of WILPF in 1928, on permanent loan from WILPF.
Box DG 001: Memorabilia [cage]: 2
Replica of Nobel Peace Prize medal, produced by Smithsonian Institute, 1993.
Box DG 001: Memorabilia [cage]: 2
T-shirt.
Photographs.
Existence and Location of Copies

Digitized photographs are available in the Swarthmore College Peace Collection online digital collections.

Existence and Location of Copies
    Notes and/or photocopies of Addams and Haldeman family materials, collected by Victoria Bissell Brown, biographer of Jane Addams, The Education of Jane Addams, 2004 [items with * have copies (without Brown's notes), in the published Jane Addams Papers on microfilm] [Acc. 2014-077]:
  1. Phrenology Chart: Anna and Jane, 1876*
  2. Chronological set of correspondence, 1880 (May) - 1883 (August)*
  3. Correspondence, Jane Addams to relatives-second European trip, 1887-1888*
  4. Letter, J.C. Irwin to Jane Addams, 1882 (April 5)-Irwin urges Addams in duty to God*
  5. Jane Addams' Diary 1875*
  6. Letter Jane Addams to Gilbert A. Tracy 1914 (June 23) concerning fate of John Huy Addams' papers and letters with Lincoln (original in the New Jersey Historical Society)*
  7. Correspondence from the Haldeman-Julius Collection, 1855-1913 (originals at the University of Illinois at Chicago)
  8. "John Huy Addams: Steward of Stephenson County, Illinois," Jon Minkoff, Grinnell College, 1993 [student of Victoria Bissell Brown]
  9. Digital files from Victoria Bissell Brown (flash drive)
Vols. I and II of Sacro Lavoro Umano: Antologia Moderno by Pietro Gorgolini. .
General

In Italian. Inscription dated 1927. Filed at the end of the Jane Addams library collection.

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).
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.
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).
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).
113:27 for banking records (1880).
113:46-48 for writings (1879-10/22/1932).
113:55-71 for writings.
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).
113:28 for miscellaneous notes and lists (1896-1935); and material on Jane Addams' world tour (YMCA of Korea, 1923).