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An accounting of expenses versus receipts for the Woman's Peace Party annual meeting and the Conference of Oppressed or Dependent Nationalities.

Post sends Breckinridge information relating to the finances of the Woman's Peace Party's recent meeting.

Keppel tells Addams that the Carnegie Endowment cannot help fund the Conference of Oppressed or Dependent Nationalities.

Post writes to Mead relating plans for the Woman's Peace Party's upcoming meeting in Washington, D.C. and offers some recommendations.

Neuhaus explains that The Church Peace Union cannot participate in matters that do not involve the Churches, but does suggest someone Addams can contact.

Addams criticizes a study to be supported by the Woman's Peace Party and wants do discuss it at a meeting of the Executive Committee.

Karsten has returned from a two week institute and has a great deal of information to share with Addams about the peace movement, including potential meetings and strategies.

Mead has put together a program for a conference that Addams will hopefully be able to attend. The committee has also failed to financial aid to an international organization, so Mead believes the American committee needs to meet.

Thomas asks for instructions on how she should communicate information on a pamphlet to Shutze and the other Board members.

Jacobs reports to Breckinridge about the money that they received.

Thomas and Karsten will be out of office and will be leaving Nichols in charge.

Addams wishes that Andrew Carnegie's organization could help provide funds for David Starr Jordan and his wife to travel as peace delegates.

Addams explains her inability to help Schwimmer or join her International Committee for Immediate Mediation.

Schwimmer discusses her visit with Henry Ford and gives Addams her views on the peace movement.

New finances have been found to salary a lecturer. Thomas is continuing to handle Addams' correspondences.

Macmillan updates Addams about the financial situation of the International Committee.

Welty's money order is returned to her because it was not the correct membership amount.

Breckinridge sends $1,000 to the International Committee and promises to send $1,000 in the future.

Thomas attempts to collect funds owed to the Woman's Peace Party by Lynch and the Church Peace Union.

Macmillan tells Scandinavian members that Ford has offered a $200,000 donation to the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace, and discusses reactions from the International office.

Jacobs updates Addams on issues coming up with the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace, financial concerns and personality issues.

Hyers writes for Addams updating Evans on Addams' health and that Addams decided to use Evans' donation for the Woman's Peace Party.

Evans writes Thomas to discuss a $50 per month donation she wants to make for the peace movement.

Evans seeks direction about where to send her $50 monthly donation to the peace movement.

Addams advises Balch to send the money she has collected for Amsterdam to Jacobs.

Dundas tries to convince Addams and Shelley to allocate a portion of the funds donated by Ford to fund a letter-writing campaign to the President.

Jacobs, Macmillan, and Manus write to Addams to congratulate her on Ford's gift as well as to request her presence at a meeting in Amsterdam, stating that they may postpone it if necessary.

Ford donates a large sum to the peace movement and asks Addams to send greetings to her colleagues.

Keppel reports that he will try to find out what the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace board thought of the Trojan Women, and asks for additional copies of the Manifesto.

Addams is sorry to hear that the Carnegie Endowmen for International Peace decided not to fund the Women's Peace Party and asks Keppel to find out how the Trustees reacted to the Trojan Women.
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