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One day as I entered the elevator, the boy who knew me well said casually: "What are you eating with today—with garbage or with the social evil?" I replied: "Garbage," with as much dignity as I could command under the circumstances....

The Major Works of Jane Addams. The Second Twenty Years at Hull-House.... Chapter IV, "Aspects of the Woman's Movement"

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The Major Works of Jane Addams. Electronic Edition.

ISBN: 978-1-57085-010-3

Language: English

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Jane Addams: Photograph, 1914. By permission, Bettman/CORBIS

List of Contents

The Major Works of Jane Addams contains the eleven books published by Nobel Laureate and social reformer Jane Addams, supplemented with over fifty essays.


Addams, Jane. Newer ideals of peace. New York: Macmillan, 1907.

_____. Democracy and social ethics. New York: Macmillan, 1907.

_____. The spirit of youth and the city streets. New York: Macmillan, 1921.

_____. A new conscience and an ancient evil. New York: Macmillan, 1912.

_____. Women at the Hague; the International congress of women and its results. New York: Macmillan, 1915.

_____. The long road of woman’s memory. New York: Macmillan, 1916.

_____. Peace and bread in time of war. New York: Macmillan, 1922.

_____. Twenty years at Hull-House, with autobiographical notes. New York: Macmillan, 1923.

_____. The second twenty years at Hull-House, September 1909 to September 1929, with a record of a growing world consciousness. New York: Macmillan, 1932.

_____. The excellent becomes the permanent. New York: Macmillan, 1932.

_____. My friend, Julia Lathrop. New York: Macmillan, 1935.


Essays

Addams, Jane. "Cassandra." Rockford Seminary, Thirtieth Commencement, Essays of Graduating Class, Wednesday, June 28, 1881 (DeKalb, Ill.: "News" Steam Press, 1881): 36-9.

_____. "Comment on 'How Would You Uplift the Masses?' Ladies Night, Forty-second meeting of the Sunset Club, Chicago, February 4, 1892." Sunset Club Yearbook 1891-92 (Chicago: Privately printed, 1892): 118-121.

_____. "Hull House, Chicago: An Effort Toward Social Democracy." Forum 14 (October, 1892): 226-41.

_____. "The Subjective Necessity for Social Settlements." Philanthropy and Social Progress (New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 1893): 1-26.

_____. "The Objective Value of a Social Settlement." Philanthropy and Social Progress (New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 1893): 27-56.

_____. "Hull House as a Type of College Settlement." Wisconsin State Conference of Charities and Correction, Proceedings (1894): 97-115.

_____. "Domestic Service and the Family Claim." In The World's Congress of Representative Women. Vol. 2, ed. May Wright Sewall. (Chicago: Rand, McNally & Co., 1894): 626-631.

_____. "Claim on the College Woman." Rockford Collegian 23 (June 1895): 59-63.

_____. "The Art-Work Done by Hull-House, Chicago." Forum 19 (July 1895): 614-17.

_____. "Prefatory Note." Hull-House Maps and Papers: A Presentation of Nationalities and Wages in a Congested District of Chicago, Together with Comments and Essays on Problems Growing Out of the Social Conditions (New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1895): vii-viii.

_____. "The Settlement As a Factor in the Labor Movement." Hull-House Maps and Papers: A Presentation of Nationalities and Wages in a Congested District of Chicago, Together with Comments and Essays on Problems Growing Out of the Social Conditions (New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1895): 183-204.

_____. "A Belated Industry." American Journal of Sociology 1, no. 5 (March 1896): 536-50.

_____. "The Settlement." Illinois State Conference of Charities and Corrections, Proceedings (1896): 54-58

_____. "Foreign-Born Children in the Primary Grades." National Educational Association, Journal of Proceedings and Addresses 36 (1897): 104-12.

_____. "Social Settlements." National Conference of Charities and Correction, Proceedings (1897), Jane Addams Memorial Collection, The University Library, The University of Illinois at Chicago: 338-46.

_____. "Ethical Survivals in Municipal Corruption." International Journal of Ethics 8, no. 3 (April 1898): 273-91.

_____. "Why the Ward Boss Rules." Outlook 58, no. 14 (April 2, 1898): 879-82.

_____. "The College Woman and the Family Claim." Commons, no. 29 (September 1898): 1-7.

_____. "Trades Unions and Public Duty." American Journal of Sociology 4, no. 4 (January 1899): 448-62.

_____. "The Subtle Problems of Charity." The Atlantic Monthly 83, no. 496 (February 1899): 163-78.

_____. "Labor Museum at Hull House." Commons 47 (June 30, 1900): 1-4.

_____. "Respect for Law." The Independent 53, no. 2718 (January 3, 1901): 18-20.

_____. First Report of the Labor Museum at Hull House, Chicago, 1901-1902 (Chicago, 1902): 1-16.

_____. "Tolstoy's Theory of Life, A Lecture by Miss Jane Addams Describing the Views and Theories of the Great Russian." Chautauqua Assembly Herald 27 (July 14, 1902): 2-3.

_____. "Henry Demarest Lloyd: His Passion for the Better Social Order." Commons 8, no. 89 (December 1903): 1-3.

_____. "Child Labor and Pauperism." National Conference of Charities and Correction, Proceedings (1903): 114-21.

_____. "Problems of Municipal Administration." American Journal of Sociology 10, no. 4 (January 1905): 425-44.

_____. "Immigration: A Field Neglected by the Scholar." Commons 10 (January 1905): 9-19.

_____. "Jane Addams's Own Story of Her Work: Fifteen Years at Hull House." The Ladies Home Journal 23 (March 1906): 13-14.

_____. "Jane Addams's Own Story of Her Work: The First Five Years at Hull House." The Ladies Home Journal 23 (April 1906): 11-12.

_____. "Jane Addams's Own Story of Her Work: How the Work at Hull-House Has Grown." The Ladies Home Journal 23 (May 1906): 11-12, 48.

_____. "Public Recreation and Social Morality." Charities and The Commons 18 (August 3, 1907): 492-94.

_____. [Remarks on John R. Commons' paper, "Is Class Conflict in America Growing and Inevitable?"] American Sociological Society, Papers and Proceedings 2 (December 28-31, 1907): 152-55.

_____. "The New Internationalism." National Arbitration and Peace Congress, Proceedings (1907): 213-216.

_____. "New Ideals of Peace." National Arbitration and Peace Congress, Proceedings (1907): 106-110.

_____. "The Chicago Settlements and Social Unrest." Charities and The Commons 20 (May 2, 1908): 155-66.

_____. "Woman's Conscience and Social Amelioration." The Social Application of Religion, The Merrick Lectures for 1907-8 (Cincinnati: Jennings and Graham, 1908): 41-60.

_____. "Hull House (Chicago)." Encyclopedia of Social Reform, ed. William D. P. Bliss (New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1908): 587-90.

_____. "The Reaction of Modern Life Upon Religious Education." Religious Education 4 (April 1909): 23-33.

_____. "Why Women Should Vote." The Ladies' Home Journal 27 (January 1910): 21-22.

_____. "Charity and Social Justice." The Survey 24, no. 11 (June 11, 1910): 441-49.

_____. "Social Control." Crisis I, no. 3 (January 1911): 22-3.

_____. "The Social Situation: Religious Education and Contemporary Social Conditions." Religious Education 6, no. 2 (June 1911): 145-52.

_____. "Recreation as a Public Function in Urban Communities." American Journal of Sociology 17, no. 5 (March 1912): 615-19.

_____. "A Challenge to the Contemporary Church." Survey 28 (May 4, 1912): 195-98.

_____. "Why I Seconded Roosevelt's Nomination." Woman's Journal 43 (August 17, 1912): 257.

_____. "Pragmatism in Politics." The Survey 29, no. 1 (October 5, 1912): 11-12.

_____. "The New Party." [one of five essays by Progressive leaders in "The Progressive's Dilemma,"] The American Magazine 74, no. 1 (November 1912): 12-14.

_____. "A Modern Lear." Survey 29, no. 5 (November 2, 1912): 131-37.

_____. "The Hull-House Labor Museum." In The Child in the City: A Series of Papers Presented at the Conferences Held During The Chicago Child Welfare Exhibit (Chicago: Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy, The Department of Social Investigation, 1912): 410-14.

_____. "The Child at the Point of Greatest Pressure." National Conference of Charities and Correction Proceedings (1912): 26-30.

_____. "Has the Emancipation Act Been Nullified By National Indifference." Survey 29 (February 1, 1913): 565-6.

_____. "The One Picture That Holds Jane Addams." in "My Favorite Picture, and Why: The Favorite Pictures From the World's Masterpieces: Selected by Lyman Abbott, D.D., F. Hopkinson Smith, Henry van Dyke, D.D., Julia Marlowe, Mary E. Wilkins, Kate Douglas Wiggin, Jane Addams and Margaret Deland," Ladies' Home Journal 30, no. 8 (August 1913): 13.

_____. "Miss Addams." Ladies Home Journal 30, no. 6 (June 1913): 21.

_____. "The 'Juvenile-Adult' Offender." Ladies' Home Journal 30, no. 10 (October 1913): 24.

_____. "The Girl Problem, Its Community Aspect." American Youth 3 (April 1914): 81-85.

_____. "A Modern Devil-Baby." American Journal of Sociology 20, no. 1 (July 1914): 117-18.

_____. "Passing of the War Virtues." The Craftsman 27 (October 1914): 79-80.

_____. "As I See Women: In an Informal Talk With a Friend." The Ladies Home Journal 32, no. 8 (August 1915): 11, 54.

_____. "Women, War and Suffrage." Survey 35 (November 6, 1915): 148, 150.

_____. "The Devil-Baby at Hull-House." Atlantic Monthly 118, no. 4 (October 1916): 441-51.

_____. "Patriotism and Pacifists in War Time." City Club Bulletin 10 (June 16, 1917): 184-90.

_____. "How Much Social Work Can a Community Afford?" Survey (November 15, 1926): 199-201.

_____. "A Book That Changed My Life." Christian Century 44, no. 41 (October 13, 1927): 1196-98.

_____. Mary E. McDowell, Graham Taylor, "Addresses: The Settlement as a Way of Life." Neighborhood 2, no. 3 (July 1929): 139-58.

_____. The Pioneer Settlement. (Chicago, 1932[?]): 3-15.



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