Hull House

Peter Vrouvas caning a chair sear in the boys club manual training shop, date unknown, on display at the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORNPR0000055" title="Hull House" href="/topic/arts-culture/museums/hull-house-ORNPR0000055.topic">Jane Addams Hull-House Museum</a>. After years of rising costs and dwindling income from fundraising the Jane Addams Hull House Association will close and file for bankruptcy, the agency said. The 123-year-old agency provides foster care, domestic violence counseling and prevention services, child development programs, and job training to about 60,000 children, families and community groups each year.
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( Wallace Kirkland / January 20, 2012 )

Peter Vrouvas caning a chair sear in the boys club manual training shop, date unknown, on display at the Jane Addams Hull-House Museum. After years of rising costs and dwindling income from fundraising the Jane Addams Hull House Association will close and file for bankruptcy, the agency said. The 123-year-old agency provides foster care, domestic violence counseling and prevention services, child development programs, and job training to about 60,000 children, families and community groups each year.

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