Henry Demarest Lloyd supported W.B. Du Bois and Booker T. Washington, sponsored scholarships for students at Hampton and other Negro colleges, and advocated for Negro landed proprietorship and other civil rights  [read more]

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Dissertation
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Newspaper article
Periodical article
Report of the Factory Inspectors of Illinois
US Census Bureau Document
US Congressional Document

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      1933 . Pierce, Bessie Louise. University of Chicago Press.
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      1934 . Kennedy, Louise V. and Ross, Frank Alexander. Columbia University Press.
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      1967. Spear, Allan H. . University of Chicago Press.
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      1976. Skogan, Wesley G. . Institute of Government and Public Affairs of the University of Illinois.
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    • Eagle Forgotten: The Life of John Peter Altgeld
      1938. Barnard, Harry. Bobbs-Merrill.
    • Examination Questions/Northwestern University School of Law
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    • Florence Kelley and the Nation's Work
      1995. Kathryn Kish Sklar. Yale University Press.
    • Florence Kelley: The Making of a Social Pioneer
      1966. Blumberg, Dorothy Rose. Augustus M. Kelley.
    • Henry Demarest Lloyd, 1847-1903, A Biography Vol. 1
      1912. Lloyd, Caroline A..
    • Henry Demarest Lloyd, 1847-1903, A Biography Vol. 2
      1912. Lloyd, Caroline A..
    • History of Labor in the United States - Vol. 3 Working Conditions
      1935. Lescohier, Don D.
    • Hull House Maps and Papers
      1895. Hull House. Hull-House Association.
    • I Came a Stranger: The Story of a Hull-House Girl
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    • If Christ Came to Chicago
      1894. Stead, William.
    • Images of America: Hull-House
      2004. Glowacki, Peggy. Arcadia Publishing.
    • Impatient Crusader: Florence Kelley's Life Story
      1953. Goldmark, Josephine. University of Illinois Press.
    • John Henry Wigmore: Scholar and Reformer
      1977. Roalfe, William R..
    • John Peter Altgeld: A Spokesman for Democracy
      1951. Woodbridge, Dana Mather. Northwestern University Archives.
    • Land of Hope: Chicago, Black Southerners, and the Great Migration
      1989. Grossman, James R.. University of Chicago Press.
    • Letters from Europe
      1879. Kelley, William Darrah.
    • Levy Mayer and the New Industrial Era
      1927. Masters, Edgar Lee. Rachel Mayer.
    • Live Questions: Including Our Penal Machinery and Its Victims
      1890. Altgeld, John P.. Donohue and Henneberg.
    • Looking backward, 2000-1887
      1888. Bellamy, Edward. Ward, Lock, and Company.
    • Moran's Dictionary of Chicago and Its Vicinity
      1903. Moran, George E..
    • NU School of Law Description of New Bldgs
      1926. Northwestern University. Northwestern University Archives.
    • Negro Politicians: The Rise of Negro Politics in Chicago
      1935. Gosnell, Harold F. . University of Chicago Press.
    • Notes of Sixty Years: the Autobiography of Florence Kelley (with notes by Kathryn Kish Sklar)
      1986. Kelley, Florence.
    • One Thousand Homeless Men - A Study of Original Records
      1914. Solenberger, Alice Willard.
    • Origins of Protective Labor Legislation for Women, 1905-1925
      1987. Lehrer, Susan.
    • Our Toiling Children
      1889. Kelley, Florence.
    • Politics and Politicians of Chicago, Cook County, and Illinois 1787-1887
      1886. Bennett, Fremont O..
    • Proceedings of 23rd National Conference on Charities & Correction
      1896. Isabel C. Barrows. United States Government Printing Office.
    • Progress and Poverty: An Inquiry into the Cause of Industrial…
      1881. George, Henry.
    • Race Riot: Chicago in the Red Summer of 1919
      1970. Tuttle, William M., Jr..
    • Rediscovering Jacob Riis: Exposure Journalism and Photography in Turn-of-the-Century New York
      2007. Yochelson, Bonnie & Czitrom, Daniel.
    • Sarahs Choice
      1887. Altgeld, Emma Ford.
    • Sister Carrie
      1917. Dreiser, Theodore.
    • Some Ethical Gains Through Legislation
      1905. Kelley, Florence.
    • Speeches, Addresses & Letters on Industrial and Financial Questions
      1872. Kelley, William D..
    • The Chicago School of Sociology: Institutionalism, Diversity and the Rise of Sociological Research
      1984. Bulmer, Martin. University of Chicago Press.
    • The Chicago Tribune: Its First Hundred Years - Vol. III
      1946. Kinsley, Philip .
    • The Colored People of Chicago: An Investigation Made for the Juvenile Protective Association
      1913. Bowen, Louise De Koven .
    • The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844
      1892. Engels, Frederick.
    • The Cost of Something for Nothing
      1904. Altgeld, John P..
    • The Delinquent Child and the Home
      1912. Breckinridge, Sophonisba and Abbott, Edith.
    • The Electric City: Energy and Growth of the Chicago Area, 1880-1930
      1991. Platt, Harold L.. University of Chicago Press.
    • The Financier
      1925. Dreiser, Theodore.
    • The Great American Fair: The World's Columbian Exposition and American Culture
      1979. Badger, Reid.
    • The Great Chicago Fire
      2000. Miller, Ross. University of Illinois Press.
    • The Haymarket Tragedy
      1984. Avrich, Paul. Princeton Univ. Press.
    • The History of the Haymarket Affair
      1936. David, Henry.
    • The Journalist as Reformer: Henry Demarest Lloyd and Wealth Against Commonwealth
      1996. Digby-Junger, Richard.
    • The Jungle
      Sinclair, Upton.
    • The Left Handed Marriage
      2001. Leigh Bienen. Ontario Review Press.
    • The Many Faces of Hull-House:the Photographs of Wallace Kirkland
      1989. Johnson, MaryAnn. University of Illinois Press.
    • The Negro Family in Chicago
      1932. Frazier, Edward Franklin . University of Chicago Press.
    • The Negro Would Be More Than An Angel to Withstand Such Treatment': African-American Homicide in Chicago, 1875-1910. In Lethal Imagination: Violence and Brutality in American History
      1999. Adler, Jeffrey S. . New York University Press.
    • The New Slavery. Investigation into the Sweating System as Applied to the Manufacture of Wearing Apparel
      1891. Morgan, Mrs. T., Trade's Assembly of Chicago.
    • The Old South and the New
      1888. Kelley, William D..
    • The Pullman Strike : the Story of a Unique Experiment and of a Great Labor Upheaval
      1942. Lindsey, Almont. University of Chicago Press.
    • The Reason Why the Colored American is Not in the World's Columbian Exposition
      1999. Wells, Ida et al.. University of Illinois Press.
    • The Relation of Women to Municipal Reform
      1894 . Mumford, Mary Eno Bassett. University of Illinois Press.
    • The Rising of the Women: Feminist Solidarity and Class Conflict, 1880-1917
      1980. Tax, Meredith. Monthly Review Press.
    • The Selected Letters of Florence Kelley, 1869-1931
      2009. Sklar, Kathryn. University of Illinois Press.
    • The Shame of the Cities (1902-3)
      1957. Steffens, Lincoln.
    • The Story of My Life
      1932. Darrow, Clarence .
    • The Tenements of Chicago, 1908-1935
      1936. Abbott, Edith. University of Chicago Press.
    • The Titan
      1925. Dreiser, Theodore.
    • The Voice of Terror: A Biography of Johann Most
      1980. Trautmann, Frederic.
    • The Workers: an Experiment in Reality: The West
      1917. Wyckoff, Walter A..
    • To the People of Chicago
      1892. Brown, Corinne S.; Kelley, Florence.
    • Truancy and Non-Attendance in the Chicago Schools: A Study of the Social Aspects of the Compulsory Education and Child Labor Legislation of Illinois
      1917. Abbott, Edith & Breckinridge, Sophonisba P.. University of Chicago Press.
    • Twenty Years at Hull House
      1938. Addams, Jane . The MacMillan Company.
    • Urban Disorder and the Shape of Belief: The Great Chicago Fire; The Haymarket Bomb and the Model Town of Pullman
      1995. Smith, Carl S.. University of Chicago Press.
    • Vice in Chicago
      1933. Reckless, Walter C.. University of Chicago Press.
    • Wayside: The Henry Demarest Lloyd House in Winnetka, Illinois
      1977. Beal, Stephen*.
    • We Were There: The Story of Working Women in America
      1977. Wertheimer, Barbara.
    • Wealth Against Commonwealth
      1894. Lloyd, Henry Demarest.
    • Wicked City
      1906. Stevens, Grant Eugene.
    • Women Adrift: Independent Wage Earners in Chicago, 1880-1930
      1988. Meyerowitz, Joanne J.. University of Chicago Press.
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      1910. Abbott, Edith.
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      1981. Buhle, Mari Jo. University of Illinois Press.
    • Women in the American Economy: A Documentary History, 1675 to 1929
      1976. Brownlee, W. Elliot. Yale University Press.
    • Work and Community in the Jungle: Chicago's Packinghouse Workers, 1894-1922
      1987. Barrett, James R.. University of Illinois Press.

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  • Correspondence
    • Alice Hamilton to Florence Kelley, May 31, 1899
      1899. New York City Public Library.
    • Allied Wood Workers' Trades' Council of Chicago, Jan. 23, 1893
      1893. New York City Public Library.
    • Butler, Stillman & Hubbard to Florence Kelley, July 1, 1892
      1892. New York City Public Library.
    • Calling Card for Mrs. Lazare Wischnewetzky
      New York City Public Library.
    • Correspondence between Henry Lloyd and John Wigmore 2
      1898. Northwestern University Archives.
    • Ellen Gates Starr to Florence Kelley, Sept. 30, 1905
      1905. New York City Public Library.
    • Florence Kelley to John Wigmore, Mar. 12, 1895
      1895. John Wigmore. Northwestern University Archives.
    • Florence Kelley to Mary Thorn Lewis, Feb. 12, 1885
      1885. New York City Public Library.
    • Florence Kelley to Mary Thorn Lewis, June 10, 1885
      1885. New York City Public Library.
    • Florence Kelley to Nicholas Kelley, April 16, 1902
      1902. New York City Public Library.
    • Florence Kelley to Nicholas Kelley, Aug. 21, 1902
      1902. New York City Public Library.
    • Florence Kelley to Nicholas Kelley, Aug. 3, 1902
      1902. New York City Public Library.
    • Florence Kelley to Nicholas Kelley, Dec. 1, 1902
      1902. New York City Public Library.
    • Florence Kelley to Nicholas Kelley, July 3, 1902
      1902. New York City Public Library.
    • Florence Kelley to Nicholas Kelley, July 9, 1902
      1902. New York City Public Library.
    • Florence Kelley to Nicholas Kelley, June 13, 1902
      1902. New York City Public Library.
    • Florence Kelley to Nicholas Kelley, June 29, 1902
      1902. New York City Public Library.
    • Florence Kelley to Nicholas Kelley, Nov. 22, 1902
      1902. New York City Public Library.
    • Florence Kelley to Nicholas Kelley, Sept. 20, 1902
      1902. New York City Public Library.
    • Florence Kelley to Nicholas Kelley, n.d.
      n.d.. New York City Public Library.
    • Henry Demarest Lloyd to Florence Kelley, Aug. 15, 1894
      1894. New York City Public Library.
    • Henry Demarest Lloyd to Florence Kelley, Oct. 18, 1899
      1899. New York City Public Library.
    • Henry Demarest Lloyd to Florence Kelley, Sept. 29, 1905
      1905. New York City Public Library.
    • Hillside Home School Report of John Kelley, Nov. 29, 1899
      1899. New York City Public Library.
    • Hillside Home School Report of Margaret Kelley, Nov. 29, 1899
      1899. New York City Public Library.
    • Ida Foster Cronk to Florence Kelley, June 6, 1899
      1899. New York City Public Library.
    • Ida Foster Cronk to Florence Kelley, Nov. 19, 1899
      1899. New York City Public Library.
    • Ida Foster Cronk to Florence Kelley, Sept. 25, 1899
      1899. New York City Public Library.
    • Jane Addams to Florence Kelley, Nov. 22, 1899
      1899. New York City Public Library.
    • Jane Addams to Florence Kelley, Sept. 13, 1899
      1899. New York City Public Library.
    • Jane Lloyd Jones to Florence Kelley, Jan. 10, 1897
      1897. Jane Lloyd Jones. New York City Public Library.
    • Jane Lloyd-Jones to Florence Kelley, Jan. 10, 1894
      1894. New York City Public Library.
    • Jane Lloyd-Jones to Florence Kelley, Jan. 13, 1899
      1899. New York City Public Library.
    • John Bartram Kelley to Florence Kelley, Dec. 15, 1915
      1915. New York City Public Library.
    • John Bartram Kelley to Florence Kelley, Jan. 29, 1932
      1932. New York City Public Library.
    • John Bartram Kelley to Florence Kelley, Jan. 6, 1901
      1901. New York City Public Library.
    • John Bartram Kelley to Florence Kelley, Mar. 28, 1901
      1901. New York City Public Library.
    • John Bartram Kelley to Florence Kelley, Nov. 30, 1899
      1899. New York City Public Library.
    • John Bartram Kelley to Florence Kelley, undated
      New York City Public Library.
    • John Bartram Kelley to Florence Kelley, undated
      New York City Public Library.
    • John Bartram Kelley to Florence Kelly, Sep. 29, 1899
      1899. New York City Public Library.
    • John Kelley to Margaret Kelley, n.d.
      New York City Public Library.
    • John Notman to Florence Kelley, Jan. 28, 1895
      1895. New York City Public Library.
    • John Notman to Florence Kelley, Nov. 23, 1892
      1892. New York City Public Library.
    • Letter dated Mar. 23, 1893
      1893. New York City Public Library.
    • Letter dated Sept. 14, 1899
      1899. New York City Public Library.
    • Lloyd's letter criticizing Judge Gar
    • Lola Maverick Lloyd to Florence Kelley, Dec. 15, 1905
      1905. New York City Public Library.
    • Mary Wood Swift to Florence Kelley, Oct. 18, 1905
      1905. New York City Public Library.
    • Maud Nathan to Florence Kelley, Sept. 29, 1905
      1905. New York City Public Library.
    • Millie R. Trumbull to Florence Kelley, Oct. 28, 1905
      1905. New York City Public Library.
    • Theodore Roosevelt to Florence Kelley, June 2, 1899
      1899. New York City Public Library.
    • William Darrah Kelley to C.B. Kelley, Jan. 31, 1865
      1865. William Darrah Kelley. New York City Public Library.
    • William Harper to Florence Kelley, July 31, 1899
      New York City Public Library.

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  • Court document
    • Kelley v. Wischnewetzky: Certificate of Evidence
      1909.
    • Muller v. Oregon: Brief for Plaintiff in Error
      1908. U.S. Supreme Court. United States Government Printing Office.
    • Muller v. Oregon: Supreme Court Opinion
      1908. U.S. Supreme Court. United States Government Printing Office.
    • Muller v. Oregon: Transcript of Record
      1908. U.S. Supreme Court. United States Government Printing Office.
    • Ritchie v. People: Abstract of Record 1
      1894. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. People: Abstract of Record 10
      1894. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. People: Abstract of Record 2
      1894. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. People: Abstract of Record 3
      1894. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. People: Abstract of Record 4
      1894. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. People: Abstract of Record 5
      1894. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. People: Abstract of Record 6
      1894. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. People: Abstract of Record 7
      1894. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. People: Abstract of Record 8
      1894. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. People: Abstract of Record 9
      1894. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. People: Brief and Argument of Defendant in Error
      1894. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. People: Brief and Argument of Plaintiff in Error
      1894. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. People: Opinion of Nebraska
      1894. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. People: Various Documents
      1894. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. Wayman: Brief and Argument for Appellants by Louis Brandeis
      1909. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. Wayman: Brief and Argument for Appellees
      1909. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. Wayman: Brief and Argument for John E. W. Wayman
      1909. Illinois Supreme Court Archives.
    • Ritchie v. Wayman: Demurrer to Bill of Complaint
      1909. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. Wayman: Records & Briefs
      1909. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. Wayman: Ritchie Complaint
      1909. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.
    • Ritchie v. Wayman: Statement, Brief, and Argument for Appellant, Edgar T. Davies
      1909. Illinois Supreme Court. Illinois Reports.

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  • Dissertation
    • A History of the Illinois Manufacturers' Association
      1938. Kelly, Alfred H.. University of Chicago Press.
    • Contribution of William Bross to the Growth of the City of Chicago
      1953. Hannahan, Mary Jane.
    • On Some Changes in the Legal Status of the Child Since Blackstone
      1882. Kelley, Florence. Cornell University Press.
    • Summary of FK's Cornell Thesis
      2007. Lombardo, Laura.
    • The Administration of Governor John Peter Altgeld of Illinois 1893-1897
      1936. Wish, Harvey. Northwestern University Archives.
    • Transcription of Florence Kelley's Thesis "On Some Changes in the Legal Status of the Child Since Blackstone"
      1882. Florence Kelley.

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  • Government document-Illinois, Chicago, other
    • 1890 Census: Report On Vital & Social Statistics in the U.S
      1896. U.S.Census Office. United States Government Printing Office.
    • Act for the regulation and inspection of tenement and lodging houses or other places of habitation
      1881. Illinois General Assembly.
    • Act to regulate the manufacture of clothing, wearing apparel, and other articles in this state, and to provide for the appointment of state inspectors to enforce the same
      1893. Illinois General Assembly. State of Illinois.
    • Annual Report of the Department of Health of the City of Chicago 1893
      1893 . Chicago (IL) Department of Health. City of Chicago.
    • Annual Report of the Department of Health of the City of Chicago 1894
      1894 . Chicago (IL) Department of Health. City of Chicago.
    • Biennial Report of the Department of Health of the City of Chicago 1895-96
      1896 . City of Chicago.
    • Chicago Health Ordinances in Laws and Ordinances Governing the City of Chicago as in force 4/2/1890
      1890. Binmore, Henry . City of Chicago.
    • Illinois, Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bulletin, Labor Legislation in the 46th General Assembly of Illinois (1909).
      1909. Illinois General Assembly. State of Illinois.
    • Inaugral Address of John Peter Altgeld Before the Thirty-Eighth General Assembly, january 10, 1893
      1893. Altgeld, John Peter. State of Illinois.
    • Laws of the State of Illinois Passed By the Thirty-Eighth General Assembly
      1893. 38th General Assembly. State of Illinois.
    • Ninth Annual Report of the Factory Inspectors of the State of NY (transmitted to the legislature 01/28/1895)
      1895. New York (state) Office of Factory Inspectors. State of New York.
    • Report and Findings of the Joint Committee to Investigate the "Sweat Shop" System [together with a transcript of the testimony taken by the committee]
      1893. State of Illinois.
    • Report of the Department of Health of the City of Chicago for the Years 1926 to 1930, Inclusive.
      1931. City of Chicago.
    • Report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics - 1890 - 6th Biennial
      1891. State of Illinois.
    • Report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics - 1892 - 7th Biennial
      1893. State of Illinois.
    • Report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics - 1894 - 8th Biennial
      1895. State of Illinois.
    • Report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics - 1896 - 9th Biennial
      1897. State of Illinois.
    • Report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics - 1898 - 10th Biennial
      1899. State of Illinois.
    • Report on Condition of Woman and Child Wage-Earners in the United States; Volume IX
      1910. United States Government Printing Office.

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  • Newspaper article
    • 'Pig Iron' Kelley's Letters
      1926. New York Times.
    • A Divorce Asked For (NYT)
      1885. New York Times.
    • Altgeld Denys It: He Gives His Side of the Loan Story
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Altgeld Has Not Answered
      1896. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Amusements: John T. Raymond at Hooley's
      1884. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Are Given Degrees: Students of Northwestem University Receive Diplomas
      1895. Daily InterOcean.
    • Are Seeking to Buy Up the Bonds
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Asks Reform in Shopping: Mrs. Florence Kelley Talks for Consumer's League
      1903.
    • Attacking the Law: Manufacturers Test the Eight-Hour Labor Statute
      1894. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Buys in the Calumet Distillery
      1897. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Call Injunction a Backward Step
      1903. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Change in Whisky Trust
      1902. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Chicago National Bank to Move to Unity Building
      1899. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Chief Justice Magruder's Views
      1893. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Conditions According to Wealth: Florence Kelley Gives Some Facts About West Side Streets and Alleys
      1892. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Court at New Home: First Meeting of the Supreme Bench Under New Law
      1897. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Court on Wheels
      1893. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Courts of Appeal
      1878. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Death of the Trust
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • December 10, 1895
      1895. Martha Freeman Esmond. Chicago Tribune.
    • Densare Denounced Stirring Speeches against the Sweating System
      1892. Daily InterOcean.
    • Dr. Wischnewetzky Unsuccessful
      1892. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Elizabeth Morgan drawing
      1892. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Eyes on the Bench: Hot Times to Follow Supreme Court Whisky Decision
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Factory Cases in the Supreme Court
      1894. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Factory Inspection Proprietors of Workshops Not All Disposed to Comply with the Law
      1894. Daily InterOcean.
    • Feed for the Lawyers
      1887. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Feeding the Hungry The Sunset Club Discusses Charity at a Banquet
      1893. Daily InterOcean.
    • Fines in Test Case
      1894. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Fix on Judge Gary
      1897. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Flaws in the Law: Supreme Court Punctures the Eight-Hour Act
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Forced to Run Away: Mrs. Wiscenewetzky Pleads for her Children
      1892. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • From His Standpoint: Wischnewetzky's Testimony About his Domestic Troubles
      1892. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • From Many Nations Women Representing the World's Thought Assemble
      1893. Daily InterOcean.
    • Gary Denounced Under Protest
      1893. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • George Kersten, Noted Criminal Judge, Dies at 80
      1934. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Grafters and Goo Goos
      2004. James L. Merriner. Southern Illinois University Press.
    • Gray Hair May Put Six Judges Upon the Shelf
      1915. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Greater Needs than Fire Drills: Miss Florence Kelley Points Out Defects in Factories and Sweat Shops
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • He Tells No Secrets
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Helped the Plague Gross Mismanagement Charged against Dr. Reynolds
      1895. Daily InterOcean.
    • History of the Supreme Court
      1893. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Hit at Sweat-Shops: Speakers Urge the Eight-Hour Law for Women
      1894. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Hull House Summer School
      1896. Daily InterOcean.
    • ITS Banquet Cash for the Poor
      1894. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • In Labor's Realm The Eight-hour Law Gets a Blow in Kansas
      1893. Daily InterOcean.
    • In the Sweat Shops Personal Investigation by Representative of the Inter Ocean
      1896. Daily InterOcean.
    • Is Sold on One Bid (Whisky Trust)
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Jane Addams to Divide Nobel Peace Award
      1931. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • John P. Algeld of Lake View Nominated By Democrats
      1884. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Judge Baker is Taken to Task
      1900. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Judge Kelley's Daughter Married
      1884. New York Times.
    • Judge Kelley's Will
      1890. New York Times.
    • Judge William D. Kelley's Estate
      1891. New York Times.
    • Judges Now to the Fore
      1903. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Law Can't Limit a Working Day
      1905. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Levy Mayer Argues Against the Law: Question of the Constitutionality of the Eight-Hour Act is Raised
      1894. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Looking in an Evil: Uncle Sam Examining the Sweatshop System
      1892. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • March 18, 1894
      1894. Martha Freeman Esmond. Chicago Tribune.
    • May 3, 1899
      1899. Martha Freeman Esmond. Chicago Tribune.
    • Meet at Hull House Young Theologians Study Social Settlement Problem
      1895. Daily InterOcean.
    • Meeting of the Woman's Club: Paper on The Educated Laborer Is Read by Miss Maud Summers
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Miss Perkins Asks Child Labor Action
      New York Times.
    • Modern Slave Dens Tour of the Legislative Committee to Sweat Shops
      1893. Daily InterOcean.
    • More Child Labor Cases Begun
      1896. Daily InterOcean.
    • More Seats Needed Children Forced Out of School for Want of Room
      1892. Daily InterOcean.
    • More Time to Work: Movement to Abolish the Eight-Hour Law
      1894. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Music and Drama: A Review of "The Major's Appointment"
      1892. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Must Have Schools Immediate Duty of Chicago's Board of Education
      1892. Daily InterOcean.
    • Never Cease Work Sweat-shops Found Running All Day Sunday
      1893. Daily InterOcean.
    • Not Worth Paper Written On: Mrs. Kelley's Estimate of Value of Child-Labor Law
      1895. Daily InterOcean.
    • Obituary: Andrew Bruce, NU Professor of Law, Dead
      1934. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Obituary: Career of John Peter Altgeld
      1902. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Obituary: Child Labor Foe Florence Kelley Dies (Tribune)
      1932. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Obituary: David Demarest Lloyd
      1889. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Obituary: Death of John W. Ela (Tribune)
      1902. . Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Obituary: Ex-Gov. J.P. Altgeld Dead
      1902. Washington Post (ProQuest).
    • Obituary: George Kersten, Noted Criminal Judge, Dies at 80
      1934. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Obituary: Henry D. Lloyd is Dead
      1903. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Obituary: Jane Addams of Hull House Is Dead
      1935. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Obituary: Kelley, Nicholas
      1965. New York Times.
    • Obituary: Levy Mayer's Burial to Wait Return of Wife
      1922. New York Times.
    • Obituary: Levy Mayer, Noted Lawyer, Found Dead
      1922. New York Times.
    • Obituary: Louis D. Brandeis, Retired Justice, Dies at Capital
      1941. New York Times.
    • Obituary: M.T. Moloney Dies at Ottawa
      1917. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Obituary: Maybelle Thatcher Little
      1913. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Obituary: Maybelle Thatcher Little
      1913. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Obituary: Miss Goldmark, 73, Aided Labor Laws (NYT)
      1950. New York Times.
    • Obituary: Mrs. A.P. Stevens Dead
      1900. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Obituary: Theodore Dreiser Dies at Age of 74 (NYT)
      1945. New York Times.
    • Obituary: William D. Kelley
      1890. New York Times.
    • Obituary: William D. Kelley is Dead
      1890. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Offers it to the School: County Wants to Give Away the Normal Institution
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Pintsch Gas for South Side Cars: Chicago City Railway Officials Have Matter Under Consideration
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Plans to Swoop on Glass Plants: Davies Decides on Stricter Measures to Enforce Child Labor Law
      1904. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Preventive Work for Children Discussed at the Conference of the Bureau of Charities
      1896. Daily InterOcean.
    • Preventive Work for Children Societies Will Discuss the Subject in a Series of Papers
      1896. Daily InterOcean.
    • Reproof to Judge Baker
      1901. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Resigns in a Body
    • Ruskin's Message to the Century
      1894. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Saved-By Massachusetts: Kelley Called A Red
      1924. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Says He is Unfit: Former Health Commissioner Is Charged With Permitting the Spread of Smallpox
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Says Industrialism is Driving Nation Insane
      1913.
    • Says the Laws Are Defective: Miss Florence Kelley, Factory Inspector, Delivers an Address
      1896. Daily InterOcean.
    • Should Follow Tammany W. T. Stead Advises the Churches to Adopt Its Aggressive Methods
      1893. Daily InterOcean.
    • Sons of the Revolution Meet: Judge Frank Baker Is Chosen President
      1900. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Strange Material Used in Making Store Pies: National Consumer League
      1913. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Successor to the Whisky Trust
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Sweat Shops Should Go Illinois Factory Inspectors Decidedly Urge Their Abolition
      1895. Daily InterOcean.
    • System an Iniquity Sweatshops Denounced at a Rousing Mass Meeting
      1896. Daily InterOcean.
    • Taft Before Society of Artists: He Lectures On "Memories of the Art Palace"
      1894. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Tattlings of a Retired Politician: A Million Dollar Bribe
      1903. Crissey, Forrest. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Tax Boards at Issue
      1899. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • The "New Conscience:" Henry Demarest Lloyd's Lecture to the Ethical Culture Society
      1888. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • The Shooting of Judge Kelley's Son
      1877. New York Times.
    • The Theatres: The "Bostonians" Open Their Season at Chicago Opera-House
      1887. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • To Adopt a Reorganization Plan: Attorney Levy Mayer to Go to New York Today for the Whisky Trust
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • To Enforce the Law International Association of Factory Inspectors
      1893. Daily InterOcean.
    • To Save the Child
      1896. Daily InterOcean.
    • To Sell the Assets: Whiskey Trust Property to Go to the New Corporation
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • To Stop Child Labor: Dr. Probst and Florence Kelley Start a Crusade
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Wanderer No More: End Put to the Travels of the Illinois Supreme Court; Springfield its Home
      1897. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Want Women In Legislature
      1912. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Whisky Trust Denies It All: Answer to Attorney-General Moloney's Charges
      1893. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Whisky Trust Gets a Blow
      1893. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Why Filth Abounds: Revelations in Reference to Streets and Alleys
      1892. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Will Altgeld Please Explain?
      1896. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Will Not Affect the New York Law: Inspectors of Gotham Discuss the Illinois "Eight-Hour" Decision
      1895. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Women Against Eight-Hour Law
      1894. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Women Declare War Ladies of the Labor Congress Committee Resign
      1892. Daily InterOcean.
    • Women Factory Inspectors Appointed: Florence Kelley, Alzina Parsons Stevens
      1893. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Women's Rights - The Revolution that Failed
      1969. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).
    • Would Not Correct It: Mrs. Florence Kelley Points Out an Error of the Tribune's
      1893. Daily InterOcean.
    • Would Smash A Law: Sharp Argument in the Eight-Hour Test Case at Mt. Vernon
      1894. Chicago Tribune (ProQuest).

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  • Periodical article
    • Aims and Principles of the Consumers' League
      1899. Kelley, Florence. American Journal of Sociology.
    • An Effective Child-Labor Law: A Program for the Current Decade
      1903. Kelley, Florence. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
    • Child Labor
      1897. Kelley, Florence. Charities Review.
    • Child Labor Legislation
      1902. Kelley, Florence. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
    • Child Labor Legislation and Enforcement in New England and the Middle States
      1905. Kelley, Florence.
    • Committee of the General Federation of Womens Clubs
      1901. Kelley, Florence. American Journal of Nursing.
    • Discussion: Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science in the City of New York
      1915. Kelley, Florence, Seligman, Edwin R.A., Patchin, Robert H., etc.. JSTOR.
    • Elizabeth Morgan, Crusader for Labor Reform
      1973. Scharnau, Ralph. Labor History.
    • Equal Suffrage Movement
      1906. Kelley, Florence, Gordon, Kate, Myers, Annice Jeffrey. American Journal of Nursing.
    • Essentials in Factory Inspection
      1908. Essentials in Factory Inspection. JSTOR.
    • Factory Inspection in the United States
      1907. Belva M. Herron. JSTOR.
    • Factory Legislation for Women in the United States
      1897. Annie Marion MacLean. JSTOR.
    • Florence Kelley in Illinois
      1981. Harmon, Sandra D.. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society.
    • Has Illinois the Best Laws in the Country for the Protection of Children?
      1904. Kelley, Florence. American Journal of Sociology.
    • Industrial Conditions as a Community Problem with Particular Reference to Child Labor
      1922. Kelley, Florence. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
    • Irregularity of Employment
      1894. Davis R. Dewey. JSTOR.
    • Labor Legislation for Women and Its Effects on Earnings and Conditions of Labor
      1929. Kelley, Florence, Marsh, Marguerite. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
    • Labor of Women and Children in Tenements
      1912. Kelley, Florence.
    • Laborers in Heat and in Heavy Industries
      1923. Kelley, Florence. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
    • Legal Education & Admission to the Bar: The Illinois Experience
      1987. Heiple, James D.. Southern Illinois University Law Journal.
    • Married Women in Industry
      1910. Kelley, Florence.
    • Minimum-Wage Boards
      1911. Kelley, Florence. American Journal of Sociology.
    • Minimum-Wage Laws
      1912. Kelley, Florence. Journal of Political Economy.
    • National Consumer's League and the Brandeis Brief
      1957. Clement E. Vose. JSTOR.
    • New England's Lost Leadership
      1910. Kelley, Florence. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
    • Obstacles to the Enforcement of Child Labor Legislation
      1907. Kelley, Florence. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
    • Our Lack of Statistics
      1911. Kelley, Florence. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
    • Reports from State and Local Child Labor Committees and Consumers' League
      1907. Kelley, Florence, Hall, George, Lovejoy, Arthur O., etc.. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
    • Review: First Special Report of the Factory Inspectors of Illinois on Small-Pox in the Tenement-House Sweat-Shops of Chicago
      1895. H.P. Willis. JSTOR.
    • Sage Maidens of Cornell University
      1891. Ellis, Edith Anna. JSTOR.
    • Scholarships for Working Children
      1909. Kelley, Florence. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
    • Street Trades
      1911. Kelley, Florence. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
    • The Chicago Strike
      1894. Carroll D. Wright. JSTOR.
    • The Consumers' League
      1901. Kelley, Florence. American Journal of Nursing.
    • The Federal Children's Bureau: A Symposium
      1909. Kelley, Florence, Addams, Jane, Wald, Lillian, etc.. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
    • The Federal Government and the Working Children
      1906. Kelley, Florence. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
    • The Illinois Child-Labor Law
      1898. Kelley, Florence. American Journal of Sociology.
    • The Invasion of Family Life by Industry
      1909. Kelley, Florence. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
    • The La Follette Law from the Consumers' Point of View
      1915. Kelley, Florence.
    • The Manufacturer's Program Won't Do!
      1928. Kelley, Florence.
    • The Private Side of Public Health: Sanitary Science, Domestic Hygiene, and the Germ Theory, 1870-1900
      1990. Tomes, Nancy.
    • The Responsibility of the Consumer
      1908. Kelley, Florence. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
    • The Sex Problems in Industrial Hygiene
      1910. Kelley, Florence. American Journal of Public Hygiene.
    • The United States Supreme Court and the Utah Eight-Hours' Law
      1898. Kelley, Florence. American Journal of Sociology.
    • The Working Boy
      1896. Kelley, Florence. American Journal of Sociology.
    • What Should We Sacrifice for Uniformity?
      1911. Kelley, Florence. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
    • Women and Social Legislation in the United States
      1914. Kelley, Florence. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.

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  • Report of the Factory Inspectors of Illinois
    • Annual Report of the Factory Inspectors of Illinois on Small Pox in the Tenement House Sweat-Shops of Chicago (First Special Report)
      1894. Kelley, Florence. Illinois Office of Inspectors of Factories and Workshops.
    • Annual Report of the Factory Inspectors of Illinois, 1893
      1893. Illinois Office of Inspectors of Factories and Workshops. Illinois Office of Inspectors of Factories and Workshops.
    • Annual Report of the Factory Inspectors of Illinois, 1894
      1894. Illinois Office of Inspectors of Factories and Workshops. Illinois Office of Inspectors of Factories and Workshops.
    • Annual Report of the Factory Inspectors of Illinois, 1895
      1895. Kelley, Florence. Illinois Office of Inspectors of Factories and Workshops.
    • Annual Report of the Factory Inspectors of Illinois, 1896
      1896. Illinois Office of Inspectors of Factories and Workshops. Illinois Office of Inspectors of Factories and Workshops.
    • Annual Report of the Factory Inspectors of Illinois, 1897
      1897. Kelley, Florence.
    • Annual Report of the Factory Inspectors of Illinois, 1898
      1898.
    • Annual Report of the Factory Inspectors of Illinois, 1899
      1899. Kelley, Florence. Illinois Office of Inspectors of Factories and Workshops.

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  • US Census Bureau Document
    • Negro Population in the United States, 1790-1915
      1918. U.S. Census. United States Government Printing Office.

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  • US Congressional Document
    • "Maternity and Infancy in Debate," Congressional Record Proceedings and Debates for the First Session of the 69th Congress
      1926. U.S. Senate.
    • Abolition of Slavery
      1865. Congressional Globe / Congressional Record.
    • Proposed Child Labor Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, hearings before the House Judiciary Committee, Feb.-March, 1924
      1924. U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary. United States Government Printing Office.
    • Public Protection of Maternity & Infancy: Hearings
      1921. 66th Cong./3rdSess. United States Government Printing Office.
    • Slums of the Great Cities - Baltimore, Chicago, Philadelphia & New York
      1899. LexisNexis. Government Printing Office.

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