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  • Creator is exactly "Marshall, Catherine Elizabeth"

Marshall explains the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's role in relief efforts, asking to be allowed to participate in the Conference on Russian Relief and to help spread word about the appeal for help.

Marshall argues that disarmament will reduce military spending and urges delegates to the Washington Conference to work towards peace

Marshall and Glücklich telegram Addams with loving thoughts during her illness.

Marshall and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Executive Committee tell Addams they are planning a December conference and ask her to preside.

Marshall sends Grey a copy of the resolutions passed by the International Women's Congress' in preparation for his meeting with Addams,

Marshall advises Matsch on the composition of Austria's delegation to the League of Nations.

Marshall advises Hertz to select Austrian women to join the League of Nations delegation.

Marshall gives Addams her take on the Russian Relief Conference.

Marshall discusses the work of the British Committee of the International Women's Congress and hope that Addams will be in Europe soon.

Marshall updates Addams on meetings with pacifists and proposes a resolution regarding the conscription of people in newly won areas.

Marshall describes that some people would like to meet Addams.

Marshall sends Addams a letter she write Vilma Glücklich regarding the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's work with other women's organizations.

Marshall sends Addams a copy of her letter to Vilma Glücklich regarding Women's International League for Peace and Freedom matters.

Marshall looks forward to Addams' visit and has made arrangements in England.

Marshall reports to Addams on the printing of the Disarmament Manifesto.

Marshall asks Addams to serves as WILP representative to the International Committee for Relief in Russia and updates her on activities in Europe.

Marshall tells Addams about the plans for the Hague Conference and discusses the death of her father and the toll it took on her family.

Marshall proposes a detailed policy for the operation of the Hague Conference.

Marshall reminds Addams to call for a joint committee meeting.

Marshall discusses efforts by German women to work with Polish women in Upper Silesia to foster peace.

Marshall sends Ishii a proposal on the Silesian question drafted by the German women of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom for the League of Nations.

Marshall tells Glücklich about the details of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's Executive Secretary position and the Hungarian delegation to the League of Nations.

Marshall tells Glücklich about efforts to hold an international women's congress in collaboration with other women's groups and discusses the possibility of having a peace delegation meet with Mussolini and the Pope.

Marshall offers Glucklich her opinions about the location of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom headquarters, and other issues.