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Addams tells Jacobs about her illness and surgery in Japan and describes the effects of the Great Kanto Earthquake.
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Addams asks Haldeman if she can make arrangements to show Laura around New York City.

Addams tells Jacobs that she should be healthy enough to sail to Europe in April.

Addams telegraphs Schwimmer that she cannot undertake ocean travel due to her health.

Addams explains the travel and meeting arrangements for the National Committees of Five and Delegates and Alternates of the International Congress of Women.

Addams reflects on the railroad crash she endured and gives her impressions of the General Federation of Women's Clubs meeting.

Addams tells Smith about her stay on Mackinac Island and how much she misses her.

Addams tells Smith about her stay on Mackinac Island and speaks of their relationship.

Addams talks about her vacation at Mackinac Island and plans for peace work.

Addams sends Haldeman-Julius updates on her travels and best wishes to her family.

McCormick informs Addams of the shawl and card he has sent her on behalf of Crane and looks forward to telling her about his recent trip.

Spencer suggests the Executive Board meeting be held in Chicago, and states issues that may arise by having it in New York.

Karsten informs Mead about suggestions Addams has regarding the Board meeting, and also that Addams will be staying at Lake Geneva for two weeks.

Addams gives thanks for the present her niece arranged for her, and hopes she visits Cedarville after she returns from Lake Geneva.

Addams sends a check to Linn and discusses other matters.

Breckinridge is distressed over being absent from the work Addams is undertaking.

Macmillan sends Addams word of Aletta Jacobs' arrival in New York and suggests that Addams travel with her to meet President Wilson.

Addams tells Linn she has been released from the hospital and will convalesce in Nikko.

Smith updates Linn on Jane Addams' condition and upcoming breast surgery.

Balch tells Addams of her plan to travel to Europe as well as her impressions of the Conference on Democracy and Terms of Peace.

Addams advises Kellogg on traveling in Europe and promises an article on conscientious objectors.

Addams suggests to Balch various times and places that would be convenient for her to meet, as well as others who would be interested in meeting in Boston.

Addams hopes to plan a period of time in which Balch can visit.

A copy of a telegram sent by Page to Addams expressing his apologies that he cannot help Addams' party cross the English waters into Holland for the International Congress of Women.

Addams, along with Aletta Jacobs and Alice Hamilton, walk in Berlin with the Brandenburg Gate in the background. Addams briefly shakes hands with filmmaker Wilbur H. Durborough and continues towards the camera. The silent film is a 12-second excerpt from Durborough's documentary On the Firing Line with the Germans, released in 1916.
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