Hull-Culver papers, 1848-1948.

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Hull, Charles J. (Charles Jerald), 1820-1889. Hull-Culver papers, 1848-1948.

Hull-Culver papers, 1848-1948.

The collection consists of photocopies of correspondence, newspaper clippings and reports about the business affairs of Charles Hull, his children and his relationship with Helen Culver. It also contains materials pertaining to Hull-House fundraising, activities and residents.

0.75 linear ft.

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Hull, Charles J. (Charles Jerald), 1820-1889

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Charles Jerold Hull, a wealthy Chicago industrialist, donated his country house on Halsted St. to Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr for their settlement house. His cousin and business partner, Helen Culver, was responsible for introducing Addams and Starr to Hull. Helen Culver remained a life-long benefactor of Hull-House. From the description of Hull-Culver papers, 1848-1948. (University of Illinois-Chicago Library). WorldCat record id: 52353946 ...

Culver, Helen C., 1832-1925

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Hull-House (Chicago, Ill.)

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