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Addams tells Catt that she will not attend the International Council of Women conference, but hopes it is a success.

Addams advises Hull regarding the American Section of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's efforts to raise funding because of the attacks on the peace movement.

Seltzer thanks Addams for telling her about Aletta Jacobs' memoir.

Somerhausen asks associates of Minna Cauer to send copies of letters that shed light on Cauer's life for publication.

Woods updates Addams about a Feminist Conference she attended in Lima and her sense of the political situation in Peru.

D'Arcis's secretary tells Addams that she will be speaking on peace at the International Woman Suffrage Alliance Meeting and hopes to make other speeches while in the United States.

Spencer tells National Council of Women members about changes they may need to make.

Garlin tells Addams her thoughts on the meeting of the National Council of Women in Detroit.

Post tells Addams about International Council of Women's meeting in Washington.

The Council provides information about its goals and upcoming meeting.

Moore asks Addams to donate to bring foreign delegates to the International Council of Women in Washington, DC, in May 1925.

Catt tells Morrisson about planning for the Conference on Cause and Cure of War, including inviting Addams. She also discusses the attacks on the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and her desire that they fight back harder.

Moore asks Hull to have the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's United States Section resign from the National Council of Women due to attacks that are affecting the Council's work.

A draft program for the Sixth Quinquennial Meeting of the International Council of Women, to be held in May 1925.

Addams tells Park that she cannot lecture for the League of Women Voters, but suggests Margaret Crooks.

Addams lists names of people who should receive copies of a letter by Emily Balch.

From aboard the SS Ethiopia, Addams writes Lovett about Hull-House activities and her impressions of India and Burma.

Cousins invites Addams to meet with the Women's India Association while in Madras.

Addams tells Culver about her trip to Calcutta and the people she met.

Marshall tells Glücklich about efforts to hold an international women's congress in collaboration with other women's groups and discusses the possibility of having a peace delegation meet with Mussolini and the Pope.

Odell asks Addams to intervene with Maud Park to allow the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's international visitors to address the League of Women Voters Convention.

Parren tells Addams about the events at the Congress of Greek Women.

Parren asks Addams to secure good wishes from American women's groups for the Congress of Greek Women.

Boos-Jegher asks Addams to help remove French African troops from occupied Germany.