Helen Culver Ewing Breasted papers, 1910-2000.

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Breasted, Helen Culver Ewing. Helen Culver Ewing Breasted papers, 1910-2000.

Helen Culver Ewing Breasted papers, 1910-2000.

This collection consists of photocopies of eleven letters written by Helen Culver Ewing to her parents Mary Everts Ewing and Charles Hull Ewing. The correspondence dates from November 10, 1931 to May 11, 1932. Written permission to quote from these letters must be obtained from Helen Culver Ewing Breasted's heirs.

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Hull-House (Chicago, Ill.)

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Breasted, Helen Culver Ewing.

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Helen Culver Ewing (Breasted) and her sister Katherine Everts Ewing (Hocking) worked as volunteers at the Hull-House settlement house in Chicago during the winter of 1931-1932. The two young women were relatives of Charles J. Hull, who built the original home in which the settlement was founded and great-nieces of Helen Culver, who had inherited the property from Charles Hull. Culver donated and sold parts of the property to Jane Addams for the settlement house and became a board member and freq...