National American Woman Suffrage Association Records

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Addams offers reasons in support of woman suffrage.

Addams telegrams Blackwell to tell her that an interview was correct and that they should emphasize their agreement with the Congressional Union.

Dennett informs the Executive Board of the results of votes regarding auxiliary memberships, as well as new applications.

Addams discusses plans for a peace meeting, preferring to limit the participation to social workers and economists.

Addams declines Algeo invitation to speak, due to the press of work.

Addams offers her condolences at the death of Madeline Breckinridge.

Hamilton asks Blackwell to publish a manuscript from Margit Slatcha.

Addams replies to Catt's questionnaire but discourages Catt from trying to fight the Daughters of the American Revolution's attacks on her and the peace movement.