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Addams addresses a peace meeting and argues that in order for Europe to recover economically, the peace treaty must be revised; she also argues that the United States should and will join the League of Nations.

Beenfeldt writes Balch about reservations the Danish members have regarding the policies of the Genoa Conference towards smaller countries.

Addams discusses her impressions of Europe and the Washington Naval Conference at two speeches in St. Louis.

Addams remarks on the success of the International Congress of Women.

Balch asks WILPF national sections to send the names of the delegates attending the executive committee meeting.

Addams tells Royds that she would prefer that the disarmament conference be held until after the 1921 International Congress of Women.

Addams answers many of Balch's questions regarding travel in 1921, WILPF personnel, and the summer school plans.

Spencer writes to Addams regarding the recent meetings of the WILPF as well as the possible finances of the organization.

Balch asks Addams to send American delegates to the International Suffrage Alliance and schedules the WILPF Executive Committee meeting.

Addams sends Woods materials from the Peace Conference (not found) and tells her of their meetings with Scandinavian leaders.

Addams sends Blaine news and documents from the Hague Conference and thanks her for her gift.
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Addams sends Hudson the resolutions from the Hague Conference and notes that she will be meeting heads of state.

Addams addresses the Fifth Congress of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom in Dublin detailing different approaches to a peaceful society that she has met around the world.

Glücklich invited Addams to attend a conference at the Hague and thanks her for her support.

Addams provides Adams with documentation needed for her passport to travel to Europe to attend the International Congress of Women.

Addams congratulates Landsberg on her upcoming trip to Austria but will miss her at Hull-House.

Cumberland tells Addams about organizing efforts for a WILPF section in Mexico.

The Foreign Service department thanks Addams for sending the resolutions from the Hague Congress.

McRae thanks Addams for sending the resolutions passed at the Hague Conference.

Addams asks Woods to send publicity regarding the Hague conference to American journals and notes that donations thus far are small.

Addams asks Woods to see if Lewis Gannett can help cover the Hague Conference.

Addams tells Jacobs that she will be attending the Hague Conference with a large delegation of Americans and that she will tour the world after it.

Proudfoot asks Addams about the legal cases regarding Austrian funds held by the United States and discusses Austrian relief efforts.

Addams tells Hudson of her decision to attend the Hague Conference and discusses the League of Nations trafficking committee.

Balch lists the people helping to shape the upcoming WILPF Summer School.

Addams tells Duggan that she is leaving for Europe and hopes to have plans for the 1923 Summer School settled soon. She asks if she can meet with the Institute of International Education board before leaving New York.

Addams thanks Warburg for donating to the Hague Conference

Addams asks WILPF members to donate funds for the upcoming Hague Conference.

Addams invites members of the United States Section of WILPF to donate to the Hague Conference.
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