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Lomonosoff asks Addams about having Russian delegates at the International Congress of Women in 1924.

Graham tells the Chicago Commons board of his plan to increase public contributions and endowments by publishing a year book.

Addams asks Balch to confrirm Naima Sahlbom's identify.

Balch tells Addams that Naima Sahlbom might be able to speak in the United States.

Smith and Addams thank Blaine for her donation to Hull-House and wishes her good health and a happy New Year.

Dulles asks Addams to reach out to Manley Hudson and Ferdinanc Schevill to join the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's United States Section National Council.

Dulles asks Hudson to join the National Advisory Committee of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's United States Section.
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Kellogg thanks Keller for letting him know about Addams's illness and remarks on the death of Arthur Gleason.

Pinchot tells Addams that he cannot pardon prisoners under Pennsylvania law and advises that the American Civil Liberties Union follow the procedures.

Addams thanks Blaine for her donations to the Wendell Phillips Settlement and Hull-House and invites her to the Juvenile Court celebration.

Jordan praises Addams for her Christmas address and tells her that he has placed it in the Hoover Library's archives.

Woods sends Marshal and Addams questions about the organization of the 1924 International Congress of Women.

Addams praises McCulloch for her work on the Rockford Female Seminary Endowment Committee to raise funds for their shared alma mater, Rockford College.
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Andrews tells Addams that she has been reelected as a vice president of the American Association for Labor Legislation.

Addams thanks Linn for the Christmas cakes and advises her on the use of her check.

Hodgkin thanks Addams for sending an etching of Hull-House and updates her on his work.

Addams sends Kohn a pamphlet that discusses the Community Chest.

Swanwick thanks Addams for sending a Hull-House etching and tells her about news from England.

Bergen thanks Addams for the etching of Hull-House.

Addams tells Andrews that she accepts election as vice-president of the American Association for Labor Legislation.

Addams tells Graves that she cannot meet in Baltimore in March and discusses her nephew John Addams Linn.

Addams responds to Woods' questions about conference planning, delegates, and the Summer School.

Glücklich tells Addams about efforts in Europe to prepare for the International Congress of Women.

Schwimmer blasts Addams and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's United States Section for their lack of publicity and organizing work for the International Congress of Women and criticizes the impact that social workers have made on the peace cause.