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Karsten offers Westenberg education recommendations for training in settlement work but has no openings at Hull House due to financial conditions.

Addams asks Aldis to renew his support for Hull House.

Addams writes to thank Blaine for her contributions every year and requests a chance to meet with her soon.

Cunningham gives her account of several changes she wants to make regarding the Hull-House Coffee House.

Addams would like to meet about wages of cleaning women and is also grateful for Kohn's work with the Waukegan summer camp.

De Wolf refuses to fund Hull-House's camp program because of his disapproval of Hull-House's support for workers and unions and calls for it to divorce itself from politics, labor issues, and religion.

Bowen writes for Addams, seeking donations to Hull-House, which has expended large amounts to help the needy.

Addams thanks Culver for her donation to Hull House and updates her on the trade school.

Addams asks for donations to Hull-House's Waukegan summer programs for children.

Stewart responds to Addams' letter about Hull House finances and asks for some paperwork.

Addams reminds Blaine to send her contribution to Hull-House before January 1, to help them correct poor finances.

Addams reminds Levinson of his previous donations to Hull-House.

Addams apologizes for misunderstanding Blaine's intentions regarding Hull-House support.

Blaine reports her surprise that Bowen has said that she promised $25,000 to the endowment to Hull-House several years back.

Huff, Cook & Slottow write in regard to legal documents related to the bequest of Martha S. Hill.

An attorney requests an affidavit saying that Hull House is a charitable institution, in relation to the bequest of Martha S. Hill.

Bowen asks Blaine for a donation to Hull-House endowment that she promised some years back.

Taylor discusses finances and plans for summer camps for Hull-House boys and girls.

An application for endorsement as a charitable organization from the Chicago Association of Commerce.

Stewart asks Addams to fill out an attached form in regards to the Chicago Association of Commerce's endorsement of Hull-House.
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Addams writes about finding a location for her settlement and the early days of settling into the neighborhood and developing the ideas for their work. This is the third of six articles excerpted from Twenty Years at Hull-House.

Kuhns clarifies for Addams some financial records about the Joseph T. Bowen Country Club.

Financial records explaining the property values of lands held by the Joseph T. Bowen Country Club and the Hull-House Association.

Kuhns sends Addams financial information about the Joseph T. Bowen Country Club for approval of the Hull-House Trustees.
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Addams reports on Hull-House's facilities and social services on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary, providing a sense of the costs of maintaining buildings and programs, and ending with an appeal for financial support.

Alice and Sarah C, Robson agree to lend $5,000 to the Hull-House Association, which will be paid back at $200 per year unless both die before it is repaid.

Rosenwald writes Lathrop about a loan he made to a man named Goldberg.

Addams declines Stewart's invitation to serve on a finance committee of another organization because of her own need to raise funds for Hull-House.

Addams asks McCormick for a donation to support Hull-House.

McCormick agrees to give a donation to Hull-House, but he declines to make in an annual contribution.
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