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Hull House

noun
1.
a settlement house in Chicago, Ill., founded in 1889 by Jane Addams.
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  • It is no accident that Hull House is the most successful settlement in America.

    A Preface to Politics

    Walter Lippmann
  • Imagine, if you can, such a speech in the precincts of Hull House!

  • So Hull House became a place where hundreds of persons went.

    Modern Americans Chester Sanford
  • About this time Kate was invited to become a resident of Hull House.

    The Precipice Elia Wilkinson Peattie
  • There is no formula for building a Hull House—any more than there is a home.

  • The social significance of Hull House is in its relative degree the possible social significance of every home in this land.

  • Hull House, indeed, is a very source of pure life in the great city where it belongs.

  • When in Chicago, try to go out to Hull House and visit for an afternoon or evening.

    Modern Americans Chester Sanford
  • Excellent not a Hull House, not a pea soup, no bill no care, no precise no past pearl pearl goat.

    Tender Buttons Gertrude Stein
  • Then agin, ken ye expect yer boys fur tu be tidy when yer own feet are dirty and yer things out of place over the Hull House?

    Little Wolf M. A. Cornelius

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