Women Public Speakers in the United States, 1800-1925: A Bio-Critical Sourcebook

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in history. In addition, the WILPF, of which she was the first president, continues to seek world peace. As a rhetor she was a tireless advocate in support of the needy, children, immigrants, woman suffrage, labor, civil rights, social reform, and, of course, peace.


SOURCES

Addams's Papers (JAP), Hull House Association Records ( 1889-1970), and the Haldeman-Julius Family Papers ( 1833-1961) are held in the Manuscript Collection, University of Illinois, Chicago, Library. The Haldeman Papers ( 1839-1953), Lilly Library, Indiana University, contain correspondence with her sister, Alice Haldeman. Rockford College Archives include information about her as a student and alumna. The Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, has two boxes of her papers and the papers of Ellen Gates Starr, co-founder of Hull House and longtime friend. Chicago Peace Society records and the Louise Hadduck Bowen [deKoven] Papers are in the Chicago Historical Society.

Other sources are Sophonsiba P. Breckinridge Papers, Library of Congress Manuscript Division; Florence Kelley Papers, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University, and Nicholas Kelley Papers, Manuscript and Archives Division, New York Public Library; the Angela Morgan Papers, Brantley Historical Library, University of Michigan; the Emily Greene Balch (see entry in volume 2) Papers, the WILPF records, and the Woman's Peace Party Papers, Swarthmore College Peace Collection (SCPC); and WILPF records, Western Historical Collection, University of Colorado.

The Jane Addams' Papers, ed. Mary Lynn McCree Bryan ( University Microfilms, 1985), A Preliminary Checklist for a Bibliography on Jane Addams ( Rockford, Ill., 1960), comp. M. Helen Perkins, and "Check List of the Jane Addams' Papers" (n.d.) in the Swarthmore Peace Collection are helpful resources. Farrell has the most complete bibliography of her works.


Books Written or Edited by Jane Addams

Jane Addams. "The Settlement as a Factor in the Labor Movement." Hull House Maps and Papers. Ed. Jane Addams. 1895. New York: Arno, 1970, pp. 183-204.

Democracy and Social Ethics. 1902. Ed. and intro. Anne Firor Scott. Cambridge, Mass. Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1964.

Newer Ideals of Peace. New York: Macmillan, 1907.

The Spirit of Youth and the City Streets. 1909. Intro. Allen F. Davis. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1972.

Twenty Years at Hull-House, with Autobiographical Notes. New York: Macmillan, 1910.

A New Conscience and an Ancient Evil. 1912. New York: Arno, 1972.

Women at The Hague; the International Congress of Women and Its Results. 1915. New York: Garland, 1972. With Emily Greene Balch and Alice Hamilton.

The Long Road of Woman's Memory. New York: Macmillan, 1917.

Peace and Bread in Time of War. Intro. John Dewey. 1922. New York: Garland, 1972. Rpts. "Patriotism and Pacifists in War Time."

The Second Twenty Years at Hull-House, September 1909 to September 1929, with a Record of a Growing World Consciousness. New York: Macmillan, 1930.

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