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Balch writes to Addams about the League's finances and a meeting.

Balch writes Addams about plans for the 1921 conference and summer school, WILPF's new office, and international crises.

Balch tells Addams she will attend the WILPF meeting in Washington and reports on plans to send telegrams from women all around the world.

Balch writes a long letter to Addams, detailing her life, the WILPF office in Geneva, activities regarding prisoners of war, and international education.

Balch asks Courtney to organize the 1921 WILPF conference and suggests that she could become temporary WILPF Secretary-Treasurer in the fall.

Balch sends WILPF Sections information on the events of the International Congress of Women.

Balch sends Hertzka summaries of opinions on the International Congress of Women and the WILPF Summer School for 1921.

Balch updates Hertzka on plans for the International Congress of Women and WILPF Summer School for 1921.

Balch sends Addams letters covering issues regarding the WILPF meetings and discusses her travel plans and WILPF activities.

Addams discusses her impressions of Europe and the Washington Naval Conference at two speeches in St. Louis.

Andrews tells Addams about plans for the International Council of Women to hold a peace meeting.

Villard thanks Addams for inviting her to represent the United States at the WILPF Conference in Vienna.

Prenter regrets that Addams was unable to come to t Toronto and sends her a form letter they are sending to Canadian women and asks her advice on letters.

Addams sends Jacobs the results of voting on the time and place of the International Congress of Women and discusses plans for women to be in Paris for the Peace Conference.

Addams asks Blaine to help fund the International Congress of Women.

Addams congratulates Haldeman-Julius on a publication and sends her information about the International Congress of Women.

Addams tells Marshall that she will join the International Committee for Relief to Russia and promises her more news after the WILPF Mass Meeting.

Addams congratulates Landsberg on her upcoming trip to Austria but will miss her at Hull-House.

Addams asks North to attend the WILPF Executive Committee meeting and serve as a WILPF representative at the International Woman Suffrage Alliance conference.

Addams drafts a telegram to Balch confirming Madrid plans.

Addams sends Balch greetings for the WILPF Executive Committee meeting.

Addams answers many of Balch's questions regarding travel in 1921, WILPF personnel, and the summer school plans.

Addams tells Balch about the WILPF movement in Mexico, and her plans to visit next year.

Addams tells Royds that she would prefer that the disarmament conference be held until after the 1921 International Congress of Women.

Addams asks members of the United States Section of the WILPF to donate for international peace work and the International Congress of Women.

Addams tells members that the manifesto presented at International Congress of Women was presented to the Washington Naval Conference as a first step on disarmament.

Addams provides Adams with documentation needed for her passport to travel to Europe to attend the International Congress of Women.

Addams urges Schwimmer to attend the International Congress of Women.

Addams provides the Tribune with details of the resolutions passed at WILPF Mass Meeting and discusses the parade. The Tribune includes a quote from the statement that Addams argued was incorrect.

Addams asks members of the United States section of the WILPF to help fund the International Congress of Women.
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