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Keppel reports on the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace's decisions not to fund most of the peace requests received, noting that the preparedness frenzy has made them cautious.

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.

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

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

Thomas sends Addams information on the Woman's Peace Party finances and about French women receiving equal wages during the war.

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

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 sends Blaine a request for fudning for the International Congress of Women to be held after the war.

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.

Addams asks what dates are convenient for Slayden to come to the meeting of the Woman's Peace Party Executive Board, and mentions some topics they must discuss.

Addams writes about funds which have come in and remarks how trivial it all seems in the present situation.

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

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

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.

Addams thanks Warburg for sending a donation for the Women's Congress After the War.

Addams asks Culver if she could financially support the Woman's Congress After the War.

Addams thanks Culver for her donation to the International Congress of Women After the War and shares early plans.

Addams agrees with Tarbell that health concerns take precedence over work obligations.

Addams asks Schiff for financial support for the Woman's International Congress After the War.

Addams thanks Schiff for his contributions to the Women's Congress After the War.

Addams writes explaining the situation in which the Woman's Peace Party cannot afford paying for Cumberson's ticket from California to the Executive Board meeting.

Addams reports to Wald about funding secured for the conference planned for after World War I.

Addams discusses her desire to meet with Benjamin Battin and their plans for the Congress After the War.

Addams is eager to see Wald and discusses raising funds for the International Congress of Women After the War.

Addams sends Wald donations for the International Congress of Women and asks for help arranging the New York meetings of the Woman's Peace Party.

Addams sends Wald a donation from Helen Culver toward the International Congress of Women After the War.

Addams thanks Lochner for his last letter and asks him to take a position with the Emergency Peace Federation.

Addams asks Lochner to return to Europe and represent America at the Neutral Conference.

Addams seeks financial contributions to support the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace's congress to be held after the war.

Addams thanks Talbot for her donation to the Woman's Congress After the War.
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