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Addams' eulogy for Gordon Dewey, who died at eight years of age.

Addams writes Haldeman that she is sending her a copy of her speech at the Progressive Party Convention and sends news about their brother.

Addams writes Haldeman with news of the birth of Esther Hulbert's daughter, Jane.

Addams writes Wald about Mary Smith's return to Chicago, Joseph Bowen's death, and the progress of the Chicago Child Welfare Exhibit.

Addams declines Nestor's invitation to speak at an anniversary celebration, writing that she will be on her way to Philadelphia at that time.

Addams informs Haldeman that she will send her two books of photographs from the Chicago Child Welfare Exhibit and reports that she saw Marcet Haldeman's play.

Addams writes Haldeman about the costs for flowers and tickets, the total of which they will share, and sends news about the sad pall cast by the death of Joseph Bowen.

Addams writes her sister about travel plans and for the schedule of Marcet Haldeman's play.

Addams updates Haldeman on her travel plans and the status of her manuscript.

In this sentimental letter to Smith, Addams covers everything from the weather and her health, a book publication, and travel plans

Addams writes Haldeman with news of her stay in Georgia, her writing, and the health of family members.

Addams writes about missing Smith, her writing, and some prints that she purchased.

Abbott sends Addams the requested pamphlets and updates her on her personal life.

Addams writes Haldeman with news about the health of her grandnieces, her own health, her upcoming trip, and a fire at Hull-House on February 4.

Addams writes Haldeman with news about ailing family members, her writing, and her upcoming travels.

Addams asks Smith about the continuing health problems of her father and expresses her regret to be away and unable to be of more help.

Addams writes Haldeman with news of family and an upcoming trip to Washington.
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Draft of Addams' eulogy for Gordon Dewey, who died at eight years of age.

Addams writes Haldeman to say she is shipping the files that Haldeman has agreed to organize.

Addams congratulates Ewing on the birth of her daughter and sends Christmas wishes along with a copy of her new book,The Spirit of Youth and the City Streets.

Addams thanks Ewing for the apples, expresses sorrow for the fire he experienced, and congratulates him on his new baby.

Addams writes Smith with news from home and about a book she is sending as an early birthday present.

Addams thanks McCormick for a gift and sends wishes to see her soon.

Lindsey acknowledges receipt of a letter, encloses another, and apologizes to Addams for missing her speech.

Writing on behalf of Jane Addams, Ford writes Whitlock that she has found the book he sent.

Addams writes Whitlock to apologize for the delay in responding to his letter and to invite him and his wife to visit.

Addams writes Haldeman asking about her plans for a visit and sends news on recent events, including Theodore Roosevelt's visit to Hull-House.

Ben B. Lindsey's secretary acknowledges receipt of Addams' recent letter and reports that Lindsey is currently out of town.

Addams consoles Lathrop on the death of her mother and apologizes that she cannot be with her.