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Frederick H. Deknatel to the Editor of the New York Tribune, January 6, 1902
Deknatel writes on Addams behalf, disputing an article which states that she is in favor of lynching African-Americans.
Frederick H. Deknatel to Henry Churchill King, January 11, 1908
Deknatel informs King that Addams must decline an invitation to speak at a conference due to her busy schedule.
Frederick H. Deknatel to Henry Churchill King, September 1, 1905
Deknatel writes to provide King a date on which Addams can lecture at Oberlin College.
Frederick Deknatel to Henry Churchill King, August 18, 1905
Deknatel informs King that Addams will do all she can to do the lecture for Oberlin College.
Frederick H. Deknatel to Henry Churchill King, August 1, 1905
Deknatel writes that Addams' recent appointment on the Chicago Board of Education makes it difficult for her to plan lectures.
Frederick H. Deknatel to Nettie Fowler McCormick, January 19, 1903
Deknatel acknowledges that Addams received McCormick's invitation to serve on a committee and is happy to do so.
Frederick H. Deknatel to Henry Churchill King, February 8, 1905
Deknatel writes to rearrange Addams' speaking date at Oberlin due to another speech in Titusville, PA.
Frederick H. Deknatel to Henry Churchill King December 29, 1904
Deknatel offers alternate speaking dates for Addams at Oberlin in March or April.
Frederick H. Deknatel to Julia Henriette Gulliver, November 23, 1906
Deknatel writes that Addams has been working so hard for the Board of Education that she has been unable to take outside lectures, she will, if possible, make an exception for Rockford College.
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