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An article notes that William Jennings Bryan's widow has given permission to build a memorial university in Dayton, Tennessee.
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Brenner thanks Addams for renewing her membership to the Survey Associates.
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Detzer tells Addams she was appointed to draw up a statement of the objects of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's United States Section.
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Kellogg asks Addams to ask Romain Rolland to write for the Survey about the Rif War.
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Kellogg sends Addams drafts of The Survey's annual report and the financial statement before the board meeting.
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Waite thanks Addams for her support at Ella Waite's funeral.
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Addams telegrams Ward she is eager to write in support of Anita Whitney's pardon.
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Doty advises Addams and other board members that she has secured funding to print the International News Sheet from Geneva.
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Jacobs asks Addams to help publish her book in America and discusses the peace movement in the Netherlands.
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Affelder sends Addams a list of recent donors to the Barnett Memorial Fellowship.
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Jackson tells members that he will miss the next meeting and sends information about the Cleveland Conference; he also speaks of the work of William Parker as secretary.
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Kellogg tells Addams about the Survey's Annual Meeting.
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Detzer asks Schlaet to start the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's Connecticut Branch.
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Brenner invites Addams to the next meeting of the Board of Directors.
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Doty tells Addams about the preliminary discussions about the theme for the next International Congress of Women.
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Doty tells Addams about her first days working at the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's headquarters in Geneva.
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Kellogg inviteds Rolland to write an article about the Rif War for publication in the Survey Graphic.
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Addams asks Kellogg about which Cabot was involved in working for labor rights in the steel industry.
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Addams thanks Lane for sending her book about peace.
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Glücklich thanks Addams for her support and expresses concern about the differences between American and European peace activists.
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Kellogg tells to Addams about the work of the Charles Cabot and the Cabot Fund to support the rights of steel workers.
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Addams refuses Detzer's request to head a Women's International League for Peace and Freedom delegation to the White House.
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Doty tells Balch that they are decided on a theme for the next International Congress, "The Next Steps for Peace."
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Addams signs a form allowing her signature to be used for the foreword to Winthrop Lane's pamphlet.
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Kellogg tells Addams that he would like to consider Louise Bowen's book for serial publication in the Survey.