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A Women's International League for Peace and Freedom balance sheet for the second half of 1924.

The League advertises a public meeting where Addams, Jeanne Melin, and Gertrud Baer will speak.
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Glücklich apologizes to the Section for an error in recording events at the Executive Committee meeting in Swarthmore.

Vilma Glücklich writes to Jane Addams informing her that she has been following Addams's instructions, but questions what Addams disproved of and how she could have fixed it. Glücklich also discusses miscommunication over finances.

Glücklich drafts a letter to the Peruvian president asking him to show show amnesty to citizens exiled and persecuted for their beliefs during Peru's Army Day celebration of December 9.

Adelsward asks Addams to fill out a questionnaire for a committee serving the Women's International League of Peace and Freedom, and goes on to discuss the answers and recent publications of other members.

Adelsward invites Addams to join the Study Commission of the Central Organization for Durable Peace.

Genoni asks Addams if she can represent the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom to bring Austrian children to Italy for relief.

Rolland sends Addams his declaration and asks for her support and to send it to American thinkers.

De Beaufort argues against propositions to negotiate territorial concessions without the input of the people who live there.

Worms wishes Addams a splendid New Year.

Sand invites Addams to attend a planning meeting for an international social work conference in Europe.

Chichmanova discusses the political situation in the Balkans following World War I and seeks to set up a study committee of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom on the question.

Addams selected postcards of a river scene and a woman spinning.

A pamphlet containing a petition from the Swiss Peace Society to the Swiss Federal Council, and the reply. The texts were translated into multiple languages.

Damras tells Addams that Prince Devawongse received her resolutions and cannot find any fault with them.
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Inouye thanks Addams for her hospitality during his visit to the United States.

Siedlecka and Pawlowska request that Poland's women be granted a place in the Woman's Peace Congress.

Rusiecka asks Addams and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom to support her efforts on bringing peace and understanding to former enemies during World War I.

Gobat sends Women's International League for Peace and Freedom members a letter by Yella Hertzka suggesting that the League headquarters move to a less expensive city which would enable better collaboration with Eastern European activists.

Gobat asks Women's International League for Peace and Freedom members and sections to send statements on disarmament for use in the Washington Conference.

Gobat asks Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Executive Committee members for opinions on holding three Summer Schools for 1922.

Gobat tells Addams she has held two hotel rooms at the Metropole in Vienna.