20 Years at Hull-House (Used Book)

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Condition: 
Fair
Primary Author: 
Addams, Jane
Other Authors: 
Addams, Jane
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Book Description: 
Late at night on the streets of London, in 1883, Jane Addams came upon a crowd of poor, hungry people all struggling to outbid each other for a measly supply of rotten vegetables. Haunted by the memory of their clutching, desperate hands, she continued her travels through Europe, eventually settling in Chicago, where - with her friend Ellen Starr - she founded Hull-House. "20 Years at Hull-House" details the history of an inspiring institution that dedicated itself to providing a resource for cultural improvement to immigrant and poor communities throughout Chicago.
SKU: 9781619491588.u2
ISBN: 
9781619491588
Publisher: 
Empire Books
Publication Date: 
12/23/2011
Binding Type: 
Paperback