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Coolidge writes Stewart in support of the work of the National Illiteracy Crusade.

Addams tells Doty that she thinks they can afford only $1,000 for traveling costs for delegates to the International Congress of Women at Dublin.

Balch tells Addams that she has sent payment for the Greek delegates.

Frear tells Woolley that the organizers of the Pan-Pacific conference are relying on Addams attending, but they have not received a definite commitment.

Doty advises Addams not to read the minutes of the Women's International League of Peace and Freedom's Executive Committee meeting that were sent to her.

Addams tells Shadburne that she is not the correct person to answer her telegram.

Shadburne sends Addams notice that she is returning funds that she could not use.

Shadburne tells Addams that due to her husband's illness she was unable to help with Mexican organizing.

Addams tells Kennedy that she agrees that the National Federation of Settlements should discuss Cooper's questions.

Kellogg asks Addams to quickly correct her article to make a deadline.

Addams advises Sand on potential delegates for regarding the International Congress.

Cooper tells Kennedy his ideas about settlements as forces of liberalism in American society.

Doty tells Addams that 80 people got a letter asking to renew membership with the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.

Addams tells Wolff that due to her health she has to cancel her German appearances.

Woods informs Moore that the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom is resigning from the National Council of Women.

Addams tells Post that she does not want financial reports in the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom bulletin.

The Committee gives Addams contact information for its representative in Mexico, Annie P. Carlyle.

Addams asks Blaine to send her promised donations for the Barnett Memorial Fellowship and the International Congress of Women in Dublin.
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Thacher tells Addams that she disagrees with enhancing the role of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's British Section in the Report of the International Congress.

Addams telegrams Post to delay publication of the Report on the International Congress of Women to include more information on the British Section.

Ochsner gives Addams the name of two good doctors in case she needs them while in Mexico.

Doty asks Addams if she can send invitations to delegates to the Fifth International Congress of Women.

Doty updates Addams on the publication of the Pax International, the Dublin Congress, and activities at the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's Geneva office.

Doty tells Addams that they already have enough funds for the Summer School and that she should use Emily Balch's funds for the International Congress of Women.

Addams sends Bernheim a new date for a lecture.