Jane Addams Papers

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Addams provides Sax contact information for J. Weintraub in New York and discusses her recent lecture in Iowa.
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Anderson seeks Addams' advice on hiring a new person to take over the Neighborhood House in Louisville, KY. She discusses the function of a settlement and the relationship between religion and settlement work.
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Moody thanks Addams for her letter and remarks how much her praise of his poem, "On the Soldier Fallen in the Philippines," means to him.
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Rowe, the secretary for Illinois Governor Richard Yates Jr., writes to acknowledge receiving Addams' letter regarding Florence Kelley, and to arrange a meeting in Springfield.
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Harrison writes to Addams, hoping to arrange a visit to Hull-House during his upcoming stay in Chicago.
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Harrison thanks Addams for her hospitality during his visit to Hull-House and remarks upon his behavior and the character of the settlement.
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Riis writes Addams about a celebration where neighbors and friends gathered and offers news about the Kings Daughters Settlement.
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James invites Addams to speak at the American Academy of Political and Social Science's extension program for 1901-1902.
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Kropotkin thanks Addams for her work in arranging lectures for him and discusses plans for his visit in April.
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Addams writes Linn concerning financial matters and paying Linn's tuition expenses.
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Addams' draft notes for a eulogy for Alzina Parsons Stevens in which she quotes from William Wordsworth's "The Happy Warrior."
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Addam's notes for a tribute to Alzina Parsons Stevens, the president of Hull-House's Woman's Club.
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Addams explores lessons learned from the 19th century, and sees the greatest menace for the future as the lack of faith in the people and an over reliance on national pride.
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Addams explores lessons learned from the 19th century, and sees the greatest menace for the future as the lack of faith in the people and an over reliance on national pride.
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Addams lays out figures from payment from Storm Lake property between John, Weber, Esther and Stanley Linn.
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Goldman writes regarding Peytr Kropotkin's upcoming visit and asks Addams to provide admission to the meetings arranged for Chicago for her friend Hippolyte Havel, who would not be able to afford entry.
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Addams writes Smith about her lecture in Madison, Wisconsin, a trip to Springfield, Illinois, where she met the governor, a property purchase, and her trip to New Orleans.
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Addams reports on events in New Orleans at the Methodist Missionary Conference, including attending a talk by Booker T. Washington. She also writes about changes in her travel plans and how she wishes that Smith was with her.
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Hartt writes to solicit articles from Addams for the Boston Transcript.
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Linn writes Addams a detailed accounting of his trip to Italy.
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Addams writes Smith about her trip to New Orleans, visiting settlements, and the Sophie Newcomb College, and attending the Methodist Mission Conference.
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Leland writes in concern over Marcet Haldeman's health while she stays at Rockford College.
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Griggs praises Addams' Democracy and Social Ethics as "fine and sane."
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Warren praises Addams' speech about child labor that she delivered in Los Angeles.
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Macmillan encloses a royalty statement for publication of Democracy and Social Ethics.
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Royalty statement made out to Hull-House and Jane Addams for $413.15 and $287.10.
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Adams remarks on his pleasant stay at Hull-House and reports that he asked Almy to send Addams the Newsboy pamphlets from Buffalo and New York (not found).
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A printed invitation to the wedding of Ethel Winthrop and John Addams Linn.