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Addams thanks Wyatt for sending a copy of her new book and informs her that she lent the book to a friend.
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Addams sends a book to Schmidt to thank him for bringing the book's author to Hull-House.
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Weyl thanks Addams for her critique of his book The End of War (1918).
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Addams thanks Kellogg for his Red Cross books and praises his work in Europe.
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Addams expresses gratitude for Morgan's Christmas gift.
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Addams tells Doty that the Hague is the best location for the Peace conference but she is still waiting to hear back from other board members.
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Addams thanks Adler for sending her his new book, and regrets missing him in Chicago.
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Addams suggests to Balch various times and places that would be convenient for her to meet, as well as others who would be interested in meeting in Boston.
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Karsten orders a two year subscription to the International Review for Addams.
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Addams thanks Monroe for a book and sends a letter from Stephen Wise.
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Monroe sends Addams a copy of her book You and I. 
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Though at one point resolved not to visit Addams on account of her poor health, Quackenbush requests to see her only if Addams' strength allows it.
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Addams writes an approval for Henderson's book "Education with Reference to Sex".
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Addams asks Julius to send her two copies of a book. Addams is also sending a copy of her new book and hopes to see Julius and Marcet in the fall.
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Addams has some edits for Schütze's pamphlet and asks Thomas to have her wait before publishing it. Addams will be traveling in October for a series of meetings.
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Addams thanks Foulke for sending her his poetry book.
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Lindsay discusses authors and photoplays with Addams.
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Addams thanks Karsten for her work and discusses a book by David Starr Jordan.
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Addams thanks Jordan for his letter and sends him several documents describing the Henry Ford peace expedition.
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Addams is pleased to read Gale's manuscript and invites her to Maine.
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Addams informs Sinclair that she has not yet read the book that he sent her due to her work with the peace movement.
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Addams thanks Sinclair for sending his book, likely Syvia's Wedding, and notes how busy she is organizing the Woman's Peace Party.
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Addams discusses an article on human sacrifice under consideration for publication in the Survey.
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Addams sends Haldeman a copy of a book because it discusses Hull-House.
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Wallas sends Addams his book, likely Great Society (1914), which he calls a continuation of his Human Nature in Politics.
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Addams has read the story Salvation Army Girl and believes it is valuable in furthering the work of the Salvation Army.
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Addams informs Houghton Mifflin that she has received their letter and will send something soon but has been busy.
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Houghton Mifflin Company sends Addams a copy of The Precipice by Mrs. E. W. Peattie and hope that Addams' words of approval will help the book sell more copies.
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Addams' autobiographical account of her education at Rockford College and her travels in Europe. This is the second of six articles excerpted from Twenty Years at Hull-House.
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Coman writes Addams to explain the terms of her commitment to work with the Progressive Party.
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