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Salter praises Addams for her book and discusses lectures being held in the Boston area.
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Rauschenbusch declines Addams' invitation to participate at the National Conference on Charities and Correction in St. Louis because he has been so busy traveling and lecturing since the fall.
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Thomas writes Addams about arrangements for her trip to Bryn Mawr College.
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Thomas invites Addams to stay with her while Addams is speaking at Bryn Mawr College.
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Addams expresses to King her interest in speaking for the Religious Education Association but regrets that she cannot yet make commitments because of her involvement with the Chicago School Board.
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Addams sends Ross a program for a conference at which he has agreed to speak.
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Welch gives Addams permission to use material from one of her own lectures for another purpose.
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Addams writes Nester about her agreement to speak at a public hearing in Springfield, Illinois.
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Bressler and Addams continue their correspondence regarding the details of his lecture.
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Addams writes Bressler with details regarding the presentation of his upcoming lecture.
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Addams asks Nestor to speak at a public hearing in Springfield, Illinois, to discuss municipal voting for women.
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George H. Mead's address to the Board of Education, discussing education as a social process.
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Addams sends Blaine a copy of a speech that Addams heard on education reform.
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Diall requests slides for an upcoming series of lectures in Terre Haute, Indiana, about what schools in other states are doing.
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James Speed's Nature Lectures is a circular filled with reviews of and summary of the topics covered in Speed's lectures.
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Speed requests to speak at the Chicago Municipal Library and encloses a circular about his recent lectures.
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Jones asks to lecture at the Municipal Museum but requests some preliminary information first.
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Addams thanks Wald for a speech she wrote and sends wishes for a visit with her soon.
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King writes Addams about a Washington lecture she promised.
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Addams writes King, hoping to be released from her obligation to lecture at the Religious Education Association and promising to speak at Oberlin next year instead.
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Addams writes Du Bois to confirm his commitment to deliver a speech at Hull-House on Abraham Lincoln's birthday.
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Addams' recommendation of Raymond Robins.
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Addams writes Sikes to accept her invitation to lecture in Bloomington, Illinois, about Industrial Education.
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Addams discusses her speaking obligations for the Child Labor Bill which have interrupted her plans with Haldeman.
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Ely notes that George Brett had asked about Addam's lecture route for promoting Democracy and Social Ethics.
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Jones asks Addams for advice on filling lecture slots in March.
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Addams tells Ely that Peytr Kropotkin will stay with Ely in Madison, Wisconsin, and remarks on Kropotkin's health.
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Goldman writes regarding Peytr Kropotkin's upcoming visit and asks Addams to provide admission to the meetings arranged for Chicago for her friend Hippolyte Havel, who would not be able to afford entry.
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Kropotkin thanks Addams for her work in arranging lectures for him and discusses plans for his visit in April.
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Adams discusses possible lecture venues for Peytr Kropotkin at the University of Michigan and invites Addams to visit Ann Arbor.
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