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A limited Edition of Undetermined Size. Illustrated with photographs of Hull House and the immigrant experience.
Gift Quality; No flaws or blemishes to this unopened book.
In her autobiography Twenty Years at Hull-House, Addams recounts her domestic activism as the founder of the second and most innovative settlement house in the U.S. Originally conceived in 1889 as a space where women of privilege could share their knowledge in humanistic fields such as art, literature, and music with the less fortunate, Hull House rapidly transformed into a community support system where working women could learn practical job skills, obtain medical and legal services, and locate affordable housing.
Bound in full red morocco, gilt-stamped and decorated spine and covers, spine with partly raised bands, matching red moire-patterned silk endpapers, All edges gilt, red silk book marker.
Title: Twenty Years at Hull-House with Autobiographical Notes.
Publisher: Franklin Center, Pennsylvania, The Franklin Library: 1981
Book Condition: New
Jacket Condition: None Issued
lb: 3.00 lb
Seller ID: 010251