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Ad·dams

 (ăd′əmz), Charles Samuel 1912-1988.
American cartoonist known for the macabre humor and Gothic settings of his cartoons, many of which first appeared in the New Yorker.

Addams

, Jane 1860-1935.
American social reformer and pacifist who founded Hull House (1889), a care and education center for the poor of Chicago. She shared the 1931 Nobel Peace Prize.

Addams

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(Biography) Jane. 1860–1935, US social reformer, feminist, and pacifist, who founded Hull House, a social settlement in Chicago: Nobel peace prize 1931

Ad•dams

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Jane, 1860–1935, U.S. social worker: Nobel peace prize 1931.
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Dual Language will be available to incoming kindergarten students whose home school is Jane Addams or Winston Campus Elementary in the 2018-19 school year.
com)-- American Association of University Women-Illinois (AAUW-IL) and Illinois Woman's Press Association (IWPA) are proud to announce the 10th Annual Jane Addams Day Celebration.
Tenders are invited for the work under this contract shall consist of: complete removal and replacement of existing bridge at il route 23 over the jane addams tollway (i-90), installation of guardrail along il-23, landscaping and erosion control, drainage improvements and detention pond, shoulder reconstruction under the bridge on jane addams memorial (i-90) tollway, installation of proposed span sign truss at i-90 mile post 36.
A memoria de Jane Addams e das mulheres que partilharam a sua visao reformista que se apresenta neste texto nao e apenas uma resposta ao seu apelo, considerando que elas, como muitas outras pessoas ja reconheceram, pertencem ao referido panteao do pragmatismo, mas e tambem uma tentativa de reforcar o conhecimento que temos da fase formativa da Universidade de Chicago, na sua contribuicao para o estabelecimento da sociologia e das ligacoes, nomeadamente comunicativas, que se estabeleceram entre o pragmatismo classico, o feminismo e a democracia (Elshtain, 2001; Levine, 1971).
The marker is placed in front of "Thunderbird Lodge," Mildred Scott Olmsted's former home, where she and her husband Allen hosted many distinguished visitors, including Jane Addams, Martin Luther King, Jr.
KangaRoom will be implemented at Philadelphia's Jane Addams Place, a shelter for mothers and children where staff has been trained in trauma-informed care.
This work, revised and updated for its second edition, collates quotes about cities and urban life from a broad range of literary, historical, political, social, and academic figures (often including multiple quotes from certain notable figures, such as Jane Addams, John Kenneth Galbraith, Benjamin Disraeli, and Robert Moses, to cite a few examples).
Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Jane Addams, Ida B.
These are correspondences with such luminaries as Mead, John Dewey, Jane Addams, and other Chicago Progressives and will prove illuminating and informative for students of this remarkable era in American politics.
Bob built an intimate theatre in the new Jane Addams Center, where he staged productions of Albee, Pinter, Brecht and shows like The Connection, Dutchman and The Brig.