The Hull House
  • A house built in the midst of Chicago in 1889 which helped working class families
  • Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr were the two main leaders
    • Both enlisted women who would soon change the future
    • Set up many services
      • A Nursery
      • A Penny Savings Bank
      • An Employment Bureau
      • A Baby Clinic
      • A Neighborhood playground
      • Social Clubs
    • Helped all the middle class and immigrants around
    • Many famous reform-minded intellectuals helped and stayed there
      • John Dewey taught philosophy
      • Frank Lloyd Wright lectured on architecture
      • Clarence Lawyer (a workingman's lawyer)
      • Henry Demarest Lloyd (famous muckracker)
  • Inhabitants played a critical role in the reform
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