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Conklin telegrams Addams to let her know that Wald was in Boston, and did not get Addams' letter.

Wald informs Addams about a settlement that has a spare boarding room that Marcet Haldeman could rent.

Addams and a number of other leaders petition President Taft to open a commision to study the conditions of labor, its relation to the government, the cost of strikes, and trade unions.

Wald writes Pinchot that Addams is unable to assist with his campaign due to her other speaking obligations, but she invites him to visit the Henry Street Settlement while in New York.

Wald asks Addams for references for Maria Sukloff in relation to a meeting of the Friends of Russian Freedom.

Lathrop and Wald would like Addams to write an article on appropriations for the Ladies' Home Journal.

Wald invites Balch to a round-table discussion on peace.

Wald does not believe that the Washington peace meeting is a good idea and will attend the Child Labor Conference. She hopes to see Addams.

Wald discusses the state of peace organizing with Addams.
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Addams, Kellogg, and Wald argue the many reasons why World War One is destroying society, and detail how it is robbing a generation of its people and future. They also argue that the global community has the power to stop this war and prevent other wars.

Wald declines Addams's invitation to the International Congress of Women due to the press of responsibilities.

Wald describes the efforts she and others are making to defend Addams against attacks regarding her Carnegie Hall speech.

Wald sends Addams a report (not found) summarizing what she feels was Addams' idea, and asks her to correct and return it.

Wald has been asked to speak at Vassar College in place of Addams.

Wald writes Addams about efforts to communicate with Germany and Austria about charges against Alice Masaryk.

Addams and others send the Curtis Publishing Company a proposal for a publication.

Wald expresses her wish for Addams to come to Washington to assist with lobbying

Wald writes Addams that Survey Board members want to discuss Kellogg's anti-war opinions, and requests her presence at Tuesday's meeting.

Addams and Wald ask Parker to sign a letter to Woodrow Wilson calling for the maintenance of democratic institutions during war time.

Addams and others ask Wilson to ensure that free speech and democratic values are not lost during the war.

Wald tells Addams that Francis Carey opposed their Wilson letter and remarks on her recent visit with Addams and the situation in Russia.

Wald updates Addams on the activities of the People's Council and the American Union Against Militarism.

Wald tells Addams that she has resigned from the American Union.

Wald explains her resignation from the American Union and expectations for the future after the recent granting of suffrage to women in New York State.

Wald writes Addams with regard to the New York branches of the Woman's Peace Party.