Mary Lynn McCree Bryan, Maree de Angury, and Ellen Skerrett, editors. The Selected Papers of Jane Addams, Volume III: Creating Hull-House and an International Presence, 1889-1900. University of Illinois Press, 2019.
The sheer amount of material packed into the nearly 1,000 pages of The Selected Papers of Jane Addams, volume 3, is breath-taking. In this volume the editors, Mary Lynn McCree Bryan, Maree de Angury, and Ellen Skerrett include a generous selection of Addams’s correspondence and writings during the first decade of Hull House’s existence, supplemented by extensive endnotes and commentary. This continues the pattern the editors used in volumes 1 and 2 that covered Addams’s life up to the founding of Hull House. These volumes are part of the Jane Addams Project, which first produced the 82-reel microfilm edition of the Jane Addams Papers. The documents in these volumes are from the microfilm edition. ...
This volume is an essential resource for scholars and students in every field interested in Addams, the social settlement movement, and the history of social reform. The volume is particularly strong in documenting the step-by-step processes through which Hull House grew. The cumulative effect is to recast readers’ image of Addams and Hull House from a singular individual with her remarkable social settlement, to viewing Addams and Hull House as transmission nodes within complex networks of people, organizations, and institutions dedicated to transforming every facet of city life.
Fischer, Marilyn, "Hull House, the Pullman Strike, and Tolstoy: Documenting the Work of Jane Addams" (2019). Philosophy Faculty Publications. 182.