Education: Hull-House Jubilee

Down Chicago's unsavory South Halsted Street one afternoon last week went citizens of high and low degree: clumpy immigrant folk, soiled and happy children, dowagers in their motors. They were all going to Hull-House to celebrate what Founder Jane Addams called the institution's "twice twentieth anniversary" (actually the 41st) and also to signalize Founder Addams' 70th year.

Although nominally a gala occasion, the business of Hull-House continued uninterrupted. Before an audience of social-workers and socialites in Bowen Hall, Mary E. McDowell, director of the University of Chicago Settlement, was telling of...

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