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Hughes praises Addams for leading the peace movement and shares that her brother was an engineer mending trenches until he was killed.
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Hyers congratulates Pettit on the Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs' adoption of a Peace Resolution.
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Wilmarth thanks Addams for sending her The Long Road of Women's Memory.
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Wilmarth briefly discusses a book she is sending to Addams
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Jordan praises Addams' argument against war in her latest book.
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An "admiring workingman" asks Bowen to send Addams wishes for a speedy recovery.
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Putnam praises Addams for her "The Devil Baby at Hull-House."
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Addams would like to meet about wages of cleaning women and is also grateful for Kohn's work with the Waukegan summer camp.
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The Chicago Branch of the Woman's Peace Party congratulates Addams and will continue working towards peace.
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Gale reacts to an article in The Survey about peace. Gale also will not be able to see Addams in October.
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Howe sends Addams his best and notes that she doesn't know how many people have affection for her.
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Reilley sends Addams the loving regards of the General Federation of Women's Clubs.
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Addams sends Pinchot a request from the National Public Ownership League, and congratulates him on his anti-militarism activities.
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Good writes to thank Kent for sending information on the International Congress of Women.
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Burnett thanks Kent for the information on the International Congress of Women he received.
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Young admires Addams' stances on World War I.
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Daniels thanks Kent for the information on the International Congress of Women sent to him.
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Houston writes to Kent thanking him for the information on the International Congress of Women he had received.
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Lansing writes to Kent thanking him for information about the International Congress of Women and to express his opinion on peace, war, and Jane Addams.
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Devine encourages Addams to take steps for her health, and remarks upon his daughter's similar condition.
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Lillie thanks Addams for sending her a book, likely  Women in the Hague, and inviting her to the Woman's Peace Party meeting.
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Thomas writes that Addams' health is still poor and discusses the Ford Peace Ship expedition and Addams' view of Eastman.
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Courtney praises Addams efforts for peace. Courtney would also like Addams to publish a report for her.
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Meyer hopes that Addams will support the temperance movement in Chicago.
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Evans praises Addams' Carnegie Hall speech and invites her to speak for the Massachusetts' branch of the Woman's Peace Party.
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Spencer praises Addams' work for peace and arranges to meet in San Francisco or Chicago.
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Lynch praises Addams' Carnegie Hall speech and hopes that they can organize a peace conference before she returns to Chicago.
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Addams praises President Wilson on accomplishing many of the goals of the Progressive Party during his first term.
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Young and Brayton sat close to Addams and were glad to see Addams no longer ill.
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Scott praises Addams' work for peace and introduces her to a reporter from New Zealand planning to visit the United States.
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