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Breckinridge writes Tweedie about Addams' Progressive Party speaking schedule in the hopes that Tweedie will come to Chicago for a visit after the election in November.

Lindsey introduces Addams to Dr. Knapp and his wife, who will be visiting Hull-House and wish to meet her.

Addams thanks North for her $500 donation for the furnishing of one of the cottages at the Hull-House Bowen Country Club Summer Camp.

Addams invites Garland to come to Hull-House to see a play.

Stead praises Twenty Years at Hull-House and informs Addams that he has reviewed the book for a publication and chosen her as one of the "greatest women" in the "new" world.

Sheldon writes Addams about meeting with her at Hull-House to discuss her work on an article about prostitution.

Smith apologizes for Addams that she cannot be in Chicago when Lindsey's friend, Porter, will be visiting.

Lawrence writes Addams about her article in McClure's Magazine, offering her own thoughts on the subject prostitution and the difficulties of discussing in public such topics.

Hewitt praises Addams' McClure's article and thanks her for her hospitality at Hull-House.

Lindsey sends Addams a letter of introduction for Ida Moore.

Lillie thanks Addams for her book, The Spirit of Youth and the City Streets, recalls street sounds she heard the night she spent at Hull-House, and says she does not prescribe to Addams' social remedies.

On behalf of Addams, Smith writes Kohn to confirm her stay at Hull-House.

Whitman thanks Addams for the inscribed copy of Twenty Years at Hull House and reports that while she has not yet read it herself, she has heard nothing but praise from those who have.

Manny asks Addams to spend a Saturday evening at Hull-House.

Addams invites Perkins to Hull-House to hear Raymond Unwin speak.

Addams writes Wald with news from Chicago and Hull-House, including a visit from Theodore Roosevelt.

Byles writes to Addams to ask for information about the Juvenile Improvement Association.

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

Addams plans a visit to Hull-House for a friend of Ewing's.

Addams invites Wallas to be a guest at Hull House and to present form lectures in Chicago.

Kent introduces Frances Goodrich, who wishes to be a resident at Hull House.

Learned asks Addams to meet with one of his friends while he is in Chicago and praises The Spirit of Youth and the City Streets.

Bryce writes Addams to introduce some of his friends with whom he would like her to meet when they visit Chicago.

Wiley thanks Addams for sending him a manuscript to read and thanks her for visiting with him at Hull-House.

Knapp writes to Addams on behalf of a recent graduate from the University of Wisconsin, who would like to visit Hull-House and learn about settlement work.

Addams invites Garland and his daughter to come to Hull-House for lunch and to see a production of Alice in Wonderland.

Addams proposes that she either meets with Haldeman or Haldeman stays with Addams at Hull-House.

Garland sends Addams his new address and his desire to visit her at Hull-House.

Woods compliments Addams on Newer Ideals of Peace and accepts her invitation to stay at Hull-House.
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