The historical analogy seemed to bring a certain comfort to the tailor as did a chart upon the wall, showing the infinitesimal amount of time that steam had been applied to manufacturing processes compared to the centuries of hand labor. An overmastering desire to reveal the humbler immigrant parents to their own children lay at the base of what has come to be called the Hull-House Labor Museum. There has been some testimony that the Labor Museum has revealed the charm of woman’s primitive activities. The shops have finally included a group of three or four women, Irish, Italian, Danish, who have become a permanent working force in the textile department which has developed into a self-supporting industry through the sale of its homespun products. These women and a few men, demonstrate that immigrant colonies might yield to our American life something very valuable, if their resources were intelligently studied and developed.