Jane Addams Hull House Association was founded on September 18, 1889 in Chicago, Illinois.
Hull-House Year Book, 1932, page 70
Jane Addams and a group of children sitting outdoors on the stairway of the Hull-House Dining Hall building.
Jane Addams with a child at Hull House.
Bedford Series in History in Culture edition. Abridged with condensed chapters from original autobiagraphical book.
From text: "The value of the services of such women during the strike as Ellen Gates Starr, Mrs. Raymond Robins, Jane Addams, Amelia Sears, Mrs. Lillie, Mrs. John Furie, Grace Abbott, and others, was…
Ellen Gates Starr, her bookbinding pupil Peter Verburg, and Jane Addams having tea in the bookbindery in the Hull-House Labor Museum.
Waist-up three-quarter portrait of Jane Addams wearing a high-necked light colored blouse.
Settlement residents and guests eating dinner in the Hull-House Dining Hall. Jane Addams is at the head of the middle table.
Exterior. Jane Addams seated at small table in midst of campers. She is pinning something on a girl's clothing.
Jane Addams reading to group of small children in Mary Crane Nursery.
Half length seated portrait of Jane Addams holding a book and seated at a table or desk, taken on a visit to London with Mary Rozet Smith.
Full-length outdoor portrait of Mary McDowell holding an American flag and Jane Addams holding a peace banner.
First known photograph of Charles Hull's original house after if became Hull-House, with some people seated on the front stairs and Butler Art Gallery visible on the left.
Mary Rozet Smith (left) and Jane Addams (right) standing outside a building in rural area.
A typical kindergarten in Hull House, ca. 1906.
Babies in chairs and cribs in the Hull-House creche.
Hull-House playground with children and maypole.
Hull-House Year Book, 1930, page 54
Hull-House Year Book, 1913, page 29
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