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Wells invites Addams to help recruit members for the New Zealand peace movement.

Wells asks Addams to write about the International Congress of Women's work for the New Zealand press.
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Addams discusses her work with the International Congress of Women, the delegations to European leaders, and her views on the need for peace. The event was held at the Chicago Auditorium and attended by both peace activists and the general public, and chaired by Charles L. Hutchinson.

Südekum tells Addams that either the German Chancellor or Secretary of the State will meet with her the next day.

Jacobs and Manus update Addams on the results of a poll on holding a Congress After the War.

Jacobs and Manus discuss options for the peace movement in light of Addams' poor health and travel difficulties for European delegates.

Jacobs sends Addams the latest European thinking on the congress of neutral nations, but is eager to hear what President Wilson said.

Jacobs informs Addams that she has postponed the meeting of the International Committee of Women for a Permanent Peace in the hopes that Addams can attend.

Jacobs tells Addams that they will postpone the meeting of the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace until Addams can travel.

Jacobs tells Addams that they plan to wait until she is recovered in health before they hold the next International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace and asks her about her views on the Ford Peace Ship expedition.

Jacobs updates Addams on issues coming up with the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace, financial concerns and personality issues.

Jacobs hopes that Addams is getting better and will be able to preside over an April meeting of the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace.

Kuttner thanks Addams for her stand on peace and discusses the ethnic divisions that the war has brought to America.

Hamilton describes the trip to The Hague being undertaken by the delegation of women for the International Congress of Women.

Hamilton tells Smith all about the delegates and atmosphere of the International Congress of Women's opening day.

Hamilton updates Smith on the events of the Congress.

Hamilton tells Smith about Addams's activities at the International Congress of Women and of their plans to travel to Germany and Austria.

Post accepts the nomination as an alternate delegate of Andrews for the Committee of Five.

Post updates Addams on her activities in Washington and discusses the work of the Anti-War Emergency Committee.

Spencer praises Addams's book Peace and Bread in Time of War and hopes to see her in New York to discuss things.

Spencer informs Addams that her acceptance to take part in the peace plan is provisional.

Anna Spencer asks Addams for advice on what the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom should do now that the war is over.

Spencer has been able to rearrange her schedule to meet with Addams and the W.P.P. board in Boston.

Shaw reports that the National Association is unable take up the matter or peace, but is sending all communications to Addams as head of the peace movement in the United States.