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Mead asks Addams not to call a board meeting until after the 8th of October.

Addams asks Nichols to send two letters to Gale and Slayden.

Köttgen requests financial assistance with publishing "The German Republic".

Addams tells Blackwell that she is unable to join a movement in support of Mohandas Gandhi until she is able to study the issue.

Jacobs writes Addams in alarm over the news of her impending breast surgery.

Addams tells Jacobs about her illness and surgery in Japan and describes the effects of the Great Kanto Earthquake.

Thomas discusses the formation of the Emergency Peace Committee and points discussed at the meeting.

Abbott asks Addams if one of them should follow up on contacting Frederick Keppel.

Karsten refers Perkins to the Iowa Woman's Suffrage Party for the literature she requested previously.

Perkins requests that Addams send her some information regarding the benefits to woman suffrage.

Abeel apologizes to Grasse for her inability to fulfill Grasse's request for books.

Sedgwick informs Addams that he would be happy to publish her paper, but that it must be shortened and condensed into one cohesive article.

Johnson requests Addams helps in a debate on preparedness, and lays out his central points so far.

Jordan tells Addams that the Ford peace work is failing and that a new more private effort might be needed.

Finch asks Addams for literature on peace for a paper she is preparing.

Addams asks Schwartz to follow up on a bequest to Hull House by George A. Rollins.

Hummeland informs Addams that Hull House is a beneficiary of Charles F. Kimball's estate and asks for information.

Schwartz tells Karsten that he will handle the Charles Kimball bequest to Hull-House.

Schwartz tells Addams that Hull-House will receive about $150 from the Charles F. Kimball estate. He also apologizes for Orring N. Carter's remarks during Addams' speech.

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

Addams thanks Coolidge for her donation to the Fresh Air Fund.

Addams requests a donation from Sprague to support Hull-House's summer children's camp.

Dewey sends an invitation to Carnegie, Addams and others to join the National Council of the Committee on National Aid to Education.

Addams tells Hoover that she will give an address on food conservation.

Addams thanks Hull for campaign materials.
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Addams asks Haldeman if she can make arrangements to show Laura around New York City.
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Addams suggests contacting Kellogg for a list of the numbers of The Survey. She also suggests that Pinchot can look at Twenty Years at Hull House to get a sense of her Survey articles.
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Addams resigns from the Rockford College Board of Trustees due to a lack of time.
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