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  • Subject is exactly "Addams, Jane, speaking tours"

Addams provides Sax contact information for J. Weintraub in New York and discusses her recent lecture in Iowa.

While en route to New Orleans, Addams writes Haldeman about her health and medical care.

Addams writes Smith about her lecture in Madison, Wisconsin, a trip to Springfield, Illinois, where she met the governor, a property purchase, and her trip to New Orleans.

Addams writes Smith about her travels.

Warren praises Addams' speech about child labor that she delivered in Los Angeles.

Addams asks Ely the exact dates she is expected to speak at the University of Madison-Wisconsin.

Smith writes a letter as Addams's secretary to Lindsey confirming dates for the Truancy Conference in Chicago.

Addams writes Haldeman to make plans for her to visit Hull-House.

Thomas invites Addams to make a tour of East Coast women's colleges on the subject of equal suffrage.

Thomas continues her communication with Addams about coordinating dates for a speaking tour at women's colleges on the East Coast.

Thomas is disappointed that Addams cannot speak to various colleges in the fall, but wishes her to speak for two weeks during the spring semester.

Thomas confirms the dates of Addams' speaking tour at various women's colleges along the East Coast.

King invites Addams to speak at the Religious Education Association in Washington, DC.

Addams writes King, agreeing to speak at the the Religious Education Association in Washington, D.C., but suggesting that they postpone her lecture until next year.

Addams writes Haldeman about her speaking tour of women's colleges and concerns about Hull-House.

Addams writes Wald about her schedule of commitments over the next few weeks and provides an update her health and on the health of Mary Rozet Smith, as well.

Addams expresses her disappointment but understanding that La Follette has resigned from the board of the National National American Woman Suffrage Association and agrees that Milwaukee will be a good location for the national convention.

Addams writes La Follette about an amendment that passed the Executive Board of the National American Woman Suffrage Association.

Morrow invites Addams to speak about prostitution at a meeting of the American Society of Sanitary and Moral Prophylaxis in April.

Addams writes Wald about the strike of immigrant textile workers in Lawrence, Massachusetts, about a quick trip planned for New York, and about a special visitor at Hull-House.

Addams writes James in regard to her speaking commitments in Wisconsin for the cause of woman suffrage.

Addams informs Speranza about a speech she gave on immigrants and the naturalization process, and suggests that his committee look into it.

Addams writes Eastman that she cannot speak in Wausau, Wisconson, because her speaking schedule is too busy.

Eastman writes Addams about her speaking schedule in Wisconsin and asks for suggestions on a speaker for German-American audiences.

Gapen asks Addams to juggle some dates during her visit to Wisconsin.