Nationalities map no. 1 - Polk Street to Twelfth, Halsted Street to Jefferson, Chicago ; Nationalities map no. 2 - Polk Street to Twelfth, Jefferson Street to Beach, Chicago
- Nationalities map no. 1 - Polk Street to Twelfth, Halsted Street to Jefferson, Chicago ; Nationalities map no. 2 - Polk Street to Twelfth, Jefferson Street to Beach, Chicago
- Title (alt.):
Hull House maps
Designed by Agnes Sinclair Holbrook, a Wellesley College graduate and resident of Chicago’s Hull-House, this thematic map of the neighborhood east of the House illustrates the immigrant population living in the area. A female-based social settlement in Chicago’s Near West Side, Hull-House played an important role in social reforms of the late 19th-century, and its residents were responsible for transcribing, interpreting and mapping statistical data for the map displayed here. Part of a set of four, the map is heavily influenced by earlier statistical mapping by Charles Booth’s wage maps of London, first published in 1889. This statistical cartographic presentation foreshadows GIS mapping – using color and statistics to present social facts.
- Greeley, Samuel Sewell, 1824-1916
- Hull-House (Chicago, Ill.)
- Greeley-Carlson Company
- Thomas Y. Crowell Company
Boston Public Library
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center
- Collection (local):
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center Collection
Chicago (Ill.)--Salaries, etc--Maps
Near West Side (Chicago, Ill.)--Maps
Loop (Chicago, Ill.)--Maps
[New York] :
[Thomas Y. Crowell & Co.]
Maps issued in: Hull House maps and papers. New York : Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 1895.
Based on cadastral maps "made from the Greely [that is, Greeley] and Carlsen [that is, Carlson] survey, and generously prepared for the present purpose by Mr. Greely."--Page 8 of accompanying book.
- 2 maps on 1 sheet : color ; 36 x 54 cm
Scale approximately 1:1,900
- Call #:
G4104.C6E2 1895 .G74
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