64 results

  • Mentions: Andrews, Fannie Fern Phillips (1867-1950)

Mead tells Addams her views on the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's resolutions and a possible lawsuit against Joseph Cashman.

Müller asks Addams to send food relief packages to her and other peace activists in Vienna.

Post accepts the nomination as an alternate delegate of Andrews for the Committee of Five.

A listing of new members in the Women's League for Peace and Freedom's American section.

Karsten gives Addams a report on a meeting held by Fanny Andrews regarding the League of Nations.

Karsten sends Addams information about new members of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.

Spencer suggests possible meeting places and dates for the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom American Section's annual meeting.

Outlines the members, platforms and speakers at the December 8-10, 1916 meeting of the Woman's Peace Party.

Announces the calling of a congress in Washington to influence public opinion on World War I.

Addams tells Smith about the illness of Harriet Herrick and her plans to leave Europe.

Addams asks Hill to help Gabrielle Duchêne with efforts for peace in France.

Post asks Addams how she should get certification that she will be one of the five delegates, and for advice on how to proceed after the fact.

Post updates Addams on the international delegate situation and provides her with confidential information on plans to obtain passports for the upcoming peace conference.

Addams discusses plans for peace negotiations and the upcoming International Congress of Women.

Karsten tells Balch that Addams hopes that she will not resign from the American Committee of Five of the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace, and provides news of the peace movement.

Addams encourages Post to go abroad as an alternate delegate of the Committee of Five and tells her about the difficulties she and others have been having securing passports.

Lynch asks Lochner to resign from the American section of the Central Organization for a Durable Peace on the grounds that others are resigning because Lochner is a member.

Post discusses traveling to Europe with Addams, and worries that she might not be of much use.

Addams gives Post her views on traveling to Europe to help on peace efforts.

Post suggests that Addams get her passport as soon as possible for the upcoming meeting and discusses delegates to the conference.

Addams informs Post that she will be voted on as a substitute for Andrews as a delegate to the Peace Conference.

Mead tells Addams that she votes against holding a Woman's Peace Party meeting in June and suggests the closing of the office for the summer.

Addams suggests postponing the Woman's Peace Party board meeting and closing the office for the summer.

A list of the Woman's Peace Party Committee of Five and delegates selected to attend International Congress of Women After the War.

Mead complains about a New York Times article that she believes misrepresents the Woman's Peace Party.