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Lathrop asks Addams to send something to the foreign addresses that she, Abbott, and Hamilton suggested.

Kellogg asks Addams for more articles for the Survey and discusses its role for social workers.

Andrews sends Addams an outline of research studies about imperialism that will be discussed at an upcoming meeting.

Levinson offers his home as the location for a meeting between Addams's group and his colleagues.

Van Winkle asks Addams to speak in New Orleans and then travel to California via a southern route.

Kellogg invites Addams to meetings of Survey Associates Inc. held in New York.

Jordan invites Addams to visit him when she is in California.

Haldeman updates Addams on her recent miscarriage due to the extra work she has taken on, her adoption of Josephine, and updates on her friends and family.

Kellogg reminds Addams to renew her Survey subscription.

Poole is disappointed that Addams cannot provide an article and hopes to see her ideas about Russia.

An anonymous letter asks Addams to intervene to ensure that the British government does not starve the German people.

Marsh asks Addams to let him know if she will have a book manuscript shortly.

Roth seeks Addams's support for starting food relief for Germany at once.

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

Addams tells Eastman that any response to the German women's appeal must be made clear that it is by the New York League, not the Woman's Peace Party.

Eastman asks Addams if the New York branch of the Woman's Peace Party can respond with sympathy to the German women's appeal.

Dales asks Addams whether the Washington branch of the Woman's Peace Party should hold a meeting in support of the German women's appeal.

Nelles asks Addams for help in the case of Ernest Gellert, a conscientious objector who committed suicide in suspicious circumstances in an Army prison.

Kellogg writes Addams to discuss his work in Europe for the Red Cross and the role that the Survey and other journals can play in the post-war world.

Addams tells Kellogg that she is happy to e reelected to the Survey board and tries to get out of writing an article.

Kellogg asks Addams for an inspirational article on the social promise of peace for the Survey.

Addams sends Lathrop Dr. Meigs' address.

Addams refuses to write an introduction for Lloyd's brother to Colonel House.

Linn explains his preparations to travel to France and the kind of work he will be undertaking there with the Y.M.C.A. He wants his family to know he is following what he feels is right, despite the danger that being in a war zone puts him in.

Moore requests that Addams give dates for a Board meeting in the fall, since many women cannot attend ones scheduled earlier.

Poole requests Addams' help in his work with the Foreign Press Bureau. Poole explains the role educators of all nations have in the aftermath of war.

Withington tells Addams about the sentiments among members of the WPP which are contrary to goals of peace.

Mead complains about a New York Times article that she believes misrepresents the Woman's Peace Party.

Addams tells Dennett that Walter Fisher will not accept an invitation.

Addams tells Kellogg that she cannot attend the upcoming the meeting for The Survey.
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