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  • Creator is exactly "Post, Alice Thacher "

Post writes Addams about her views on the disputes between the New York branches of the Woman's Peace Party.

Post discusses traveling to Europe with Addams, and worries that she might not be of much use.

Post discusses her efforts to get a passport and recent correspondence.

Post suggests that Addams get her passport as soon as possible for the upcoming meeting and discusses delegates to the conference.

Post gives Addams updates on the arrangements of the International Peace Congress, including another woman interested in attending.

Thacher informs Addams that the U.S. Departments of State and Justice saw no issue in conferring with German women. She also discuss potential dates for the Women's Congress and obtaining passports to travel to the Congress.

Post sends Addams a copy of a letter she wrote to Anna Spencer and notes that she is recovering from an illness.

Post suggests to Addams that the Woman's Peace Party board meeting be postponed until December.

Post drafts a telegram reply for Addams to the German women's appeal for food and relief.

Post relates to Addams an idea proposed by Jones, and explains why it was declined.

Post asks Karsten to update her on Addams's plans for the executive meeting.

Post discusses plans for the Annual Woman's Peace Party Meeting statement such as including a platform statement and loyalty pledge. Post also discusses potential organizational changes to the American Section of the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace.

Post updates Mead and Spencer on the possible speakers for the Woman's Peace Party meeting.

Post shares her opinion to Mead on the issue of political loyalty during wartime.

Post mentions discussions of dissolving the Woman's Peace Party. Post explains her opposition to this idea. Post also briefly discusses her opinion of compulsory military training.

Post updates Addams on the list of speakers for the Woman's Peace Party annual meeting.

Post summarizes plans for distribution of the Woman's Peace Party Annual Meeting Program and what individuals should be listed as speakers.

Post describes Richards' political stance for World War I and her opinion of the press.

Post describes what needs to be accomplished in order for the meeting programs to be finalized and printed for the Woman's Peace Party meeting.

Post reviews potential speakers for the upcoming Woman's Peace Party annual meeting.

Post suggests muting some of the strong language used in the statement announcing the Annual Meeting of the Woman's Peace Party.

Post can attend the Woman's Peace Party Executive Board meeting held at Mary Jane Hawes Wilmarth's summer home in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.

Post organizes how she wants speakers presented for the Annual Meeting of the Woman's Peace Party and requests feedback on these details.

Post reviews the potential speakers for the next Woman's Peace Party meeting and requests suggestions from Mead and Hull.

Post details preparations for an Annual Meeting of the Woman's Peace Party in Philadelphia.