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  • Subject is exactly "World War I, conscientious objectors"

Balch asks Addams to help secure Brent Allinson's release from prison and notes the Swiss have joined the League of Nations.

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

Karsten tells Baldwin that Addams agrees that the Woman's Peace Party should help the families of imprisoned conscious objectors, but that each branch will make its own decision.

Kellogg tells Addams that he plans to go to Europe and asks for letters of recommendation. He also discusses issues concerning the Survey's article on conscientious objectors.

Addams discusses Eastman's paper on the defense of conscientious objectors and hopes more groups like hers will form.

Addams advises Kellogg on traveling in Europe and promises an article on conscientious objectors.

Karsten replies to Baldwin notifying him that the Woman's Peace Party hasn't taken a definite stance on his issue.

Kellogg discusses the financial and editorial state of the Survey and seeks an article from Addams.

Rich and Wylie ask Addams to help those who have registered as conscientious objectors.

Addams tells Baldwin that Walter Fisher did not support efforts for conscientious objectors.

Addams asks Baldwin for additional conscientious objector pamphlets.

Baker thanks Addams for her letter on conscientious objectors and promises that it will be reviewed by Congress as they make decisions.

Dudley commiserates with Addams about the United States entering World War I and how peace groups are reacting.

Addams asks Congressman Dent to include exemptions for conscientious objectors in the Conscription Bill.

Baker tells Addams that he doubts they will be able to exempt conscientious objectors from service but hopes they can avoid the difficulties they had in England.

Addams asks Baker to include amendments for conscientious objectors in the pending Selective Draft bill.

Thomas informs Moore that the Woman's Peace Party does not plan to volunteer its members en masse for war work should the war be joined.

Addams tells Baldwin that Newton D. Baker's response to her request for exemptions for conscientious objectors was unsatisfactory.