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  • Received by: Addams, Jane (1860-1935)

Macmillan sends Addams word of Aletta Jacobs' arrival in New York and suggests that Addams travel with her to meet President Wilson.

Terrell tells Addams that she cannot sign a petition calling for the removal of African-American soldiers from Germany on accusations of abuse of women. Terrell believes that it is race prejudice.

Hohmeyer writes to Lochner about his observations and discussions with Germans from a recent trip to Denmark.

A copy of a telegram sent by Page to Addams expressing his apologies that he cannot help Addams' party cross the English waters into Holland for the International Congress of Women.

Catchings informs Addams that she, her son, and a friend sent telegrams to Wilson as she requested.

Vincent offers contributions to the Peace Movement and asks to help further however needed. She concludes with a religious poem.

House thanks Addams for sending information on the Neutral Nations Conference and a copy of "Women at the Hague".

Cranmer acknowledges Addams' recent telegram and has written Wilson urging neutrality on behalf of the St. Louis branch of the Women's Peace Party.

Hoffman updates Addams on the time and location of an upcoming meeting.

Thomas asks Addams if she would also like state chairmen to be sent the neutrality telegram.

Thomas asks Addams what publicity should be used for an upcoming demonstration.

Ford donates a large sum to the peace movement and asks Addams to send greetings to her colleagues.

Hughes praises Addams for leading the peace movement and shares that her brother was an engineer mending trenches until he was killed.

Leckie offers to head the publicity section of the Woman's Peace Party and cites her credentials.

Webster sends Addams a pamphlet on The World's Peace Film Co. which details the company's officers and its plan to create films to promote world peace. It also describes how people can invest in the company to make a profit.

Webster introduces himself to Addams and his company, World's Peace Film Co., and explains how he and his company are suited to promote peace.

Pipp requests that Addams send a statement detailing Schwimmer's international peace movement activities to be printed in the Detroit paper.

Hayes informs Addams of the content to be included in a Peace Day program in Conway and requests suggestions.

A royalty statement from the Macmillan Company to Addams for sales on five of her books.

Wallace provides an overview of his plan for compulsory world peace.

Haldeman thanks Addams for sending the curtains that she wanted for her event.

Haldeman asks Addams for interior decorating assistance.

Eastman requests that delegates from the New York City branch of the Woman's Peace Party be given the same privileges as delegates from a State branch as there is no New York State Branch of the Woman's Peace Party in existence.

FitzGerald advises Addams to help her organize better efforts to focus on the issue of suffrage.

Lindsay provides names of potential members to work on a Federal Commission on Industrial Relations.

Gitchell acknowledges Addams' letter and hopes to arrange a meeting with her and Mr. Warren.

Marsh asks Addams when she will write her next book.

Kellor tries to persuade Addams to hold a women's meeting in Boston next month.

Marsh thanks Addams for sending The Women at the Hague.
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