A large black and white photograph of Jane Addams, the co-founder of the Hull-House in Chicago. It was purchased from David R. Phillips' collection. In the middle Jane Addams is standing and putting her hand on the stone pedestal that is to her right. On the pedestal there is a coat or some kind of fabric piece. Jane is wearing a white long sleeve turtleneck with buttons on her sleeves and front of the shirt. Over that she is wearing a dark colored dress that almost touches the floor. She is wearing a long necklace that she is holding with her other hand. Behind her are two tall wood pieces that look like walls but they are hinged together and are on wheels. There are a few small art pieces on the walls.
From the David R. Phillips collection in 2004. David R. Phillips has a large collection of historical photographs of Chicago from the 1860s to the 1970s. He has over 100,000 pieces in his collection including original negatives.
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Photograph, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/8886. Accessed 09/24/21.