1904 results

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Addams discusses arranging visits with Emil Hirsch and Stanley McCormick when Ely is in town.

Addams encloses Stanley McCormick's positive response (not found) to Ely's proposal.

Ely asks Addams for any information about an introduction to Stanley McCormick and for advice on whether he should approach Mrs. Lloyd.

Jones writes to tell Addams that an event at which she was scheduled to speak was cancelled.

Addams reports that she was not able to secure a meeting for Ely with Stanley McCormick and encloses a telegram from him.

Murphy seeks to interest Stanley McCormick and Anita Blaine in joining the National Child Labor Committee.

Jones asks Addams for advice on filling lecture slots in March.

Masaryk writes enthusiastically about Democracy and Social Ethics, and asks Addams to assist her "Slavic girl" Alice who is in Chicago with Miss McDowell.

Addams writes Ordway of her desire to work with the Philippine Independence Committee in the future.
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Addams apologizes but cannot write an article for Holt just yet.

Addams promised to obtain signatures from Chicago for Ordway's campaign.

MacArthur asks Addams to meet before he leaves Chicago.

Ely asks Addams for help in securing support from Helen Culver for his investigation.

Addams regrets that she cannot accept Talbot's invitation.

Maude writes Addams to offer Hull-House a donation of fifty pounds from the Resurrection Fund Committee in thanks to Mary Rozet Smith for helping them earlier.

Addams writes Gyles regarding her choice of working at Hull-House or Rockford College and urges her gently to remain at Hull-House.

Poppenheim tells Addams that the General Federation of Women's Clubs requests that committee chairs maintain their offices until October first, when new committees are set up.

Holmer writes to Addams about shipbuilding and the differences in American and Swedish culture and languages and seeks information on Hull-House's operations.

Berhman sends Addams a letter from Professor Small upon the request of Albert Shaw.

Tuttle asks Addams if she knows of anyone who would be willing to help run a settlement home in Paterson, NJ.

Kales reports on the status of a City Homes Association meeting and asks a question posed in the meeting.

Hooker writes to Robins of Addams' reluctance to take meetings until there was a meeting planned, but volunteered to host a dinner to discuss the matter.

Addams writes to tell Small that she sent him the St. Louis papers.

Small writes Addams asking if she would be willing to allow her paper to be published in a journal.

Fargo asks Addams for a statement of expenses incurred in the trip to St. Louis to purchase municipal exhibits.

Salter reminds Addams that she promised to help him approach Anita Blaine for funding for his settlement.

King invites Addams to speak at Oberlin College.

Lindsey writes Addams to introduce her to Denver men who are traveling east and expresses his appreciation for any courtesies that Addams will show them during their visit.

Lindsey writes Addams regarding members of the Denver Charity Commission who are traveling in Chicago and asks her to meet them. Lindsey also reports on his successful election.

Knodle asks Addams' advice on anyone suitable to work as a matron for the Indianapolis Day Nursery Association.
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