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Addams describes meeting a cousin and thinking about her sister.

Addams writes Trueblood about a forthcoming article in an upcoming issue of The Peace Advocate.

Addams notes that she hasn't been able to write on the Isaaks as quickly as she wanted, and encloses a letter from McCarthy (not found).

Addams wonders if Ickes can use her Twenty Years at Hull-House discussion of the Issak case for a statement rather than having her draft a new one.

Addams praises Kellogg's peace plans and discusses her reluctant approval of a plan by Rosika Schwimmer.

Lighty forwards Addams information on Frank A. Hutchins so that she can draft comments for his memorial.

Kingsley asks Addams to write a short piece for the "Open Air Smile," a children's publication of the Elizabeth McCormick Memorial Fund.

Brett asks Addams if she is ready to publish another book with Macmillan Company.

Webb asks Addams to allow her to reprint an article in The Statesman.

Holt is happy to learn that Addams is considering submitting an article for The Independent in the fall or winter.

Webb asks Addams to contribute two articles to The New Statesman.

Addams asks Breckinridge to assist a Miss Martin.

Sedgwick would like to publish Addams' essay on her travels in Egypt in the Atlantic Monthly.

Addams agrees to write a foreword for a collection of articles that Taylor is publishing and tells him about her travels in Egypt and Jerusalem.

Bok discusses Addams' series of articles for the Ladies' Home Journal setting a schedule to obtain more before she leaves for Egypt.

Addams cannot provide Johnson with material for his magazine in time for the February issue.

Bok explains his ideas about Addams using Louise Bowen's material for her articles in the Ladies' Home Journal.

Bok suggests that Addams use pamphlets of Louise DeKoven Bowen to fill her Ladies Home Journal columns while she is away in Egypt.

Conrad writes Addams about her introduction to Dr. Hall's book and the positive impact her influence will have upon it.

Dent invites Addams to write a short article for a new journal he is publishing.

Johnson offers Addams extra time to complete her article for the Century Magazine.

Addams informs Johnson that she cannot submit the article she promised in time.

Addams writes Johnson that she is sending him an article as soon as possible.

Addams asks Brett if he is interested in publishing a series of articles she is writing for the Ladies Home Journal on the progressive measures she advocated for the election.

Addams declines Johnson's invitation to write an article for The Century, but asks if Johnson will publish an open letter about the role of settlements as benevolent institutions.

To solicit corrections, Merriman sends Addams a biography of her that will run in The Survey.

Johnson sends Addams an article that he wrote and asks her to write for Century Magazine after the presidential election in November.

Bruce asks Addams to write an article about women and the Progressive Party for the Progressive Bulletin.

Addams encloses E. J. Shankle's letter to Breckinridge, because she is so good at handling Southern matters.

Bok informs Addams' that the three articles she submitted are in good shape and confirms the deadline for the fourth article. These articles were the first in a monthly series, covering various aspects of her work, which ran in the Ladies' Home Journal beginning in January 1913.
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