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  • Mentions: DuchĂȘne, Gabrielle Laforcade (1870-1954)

Marshall discusses the work of the British Committee of the International Women's Congress and hope that Addams will be in Europe soon.

Macmillan tells Addams that the French government is raiding the offices and homes of peace activists and updates her on the English Government's stance on peace negotiations.

Macmillan updates Addams on the work of the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace.

Phelps thanks Addams for her letter, wishes her good health, and encloses a translated document from the French section of the ICWPP.

Schwimmer complains to Addams about the collapse of the Peace Ship and Neutral Conference for Continuous Mediation and her difficulties with the Fords and others.

Thomas sends Addams information on the Woman's Peace Party finances and about French women receiving equal wages during the war.

Addams gives Kellogg the names of peace activists in England and France.

Phelps sends Addams a French clipping regarding the International Congress of Women to be held in Berne, Switzerland.

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

Manus encloses a letter sent to Addams about setting the date for the International Congress of Women.

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

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

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

Karsten sends Addams the text of a cable from Jacobs and Manus pressing for a delay of the International Congress of Women.

Gannett invites Husdon to tea to meet Addams and other other women in the American delegation.

Addams tells Smith about their days in France, travel plans and meetings.

Kelley tells Smith about the International Congress of Women, held in Zurich, and describes Addams' role.

Balch updates Addams on Women's International League for Peace and Freedom office matters.

Addams discusses the importance of including women in labor conferences and organizing and congratulates them on their efforts.

Balch tells Addams about the American peace movement, office work at the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, and questions about where the organization should become involved.

In two parts, Balch asks Addams about plans for upcoming meetings in Europe and sends updates on the Canadian situation.

Addams answers many of Balch's questions regarding travel in 1921, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom personnel, and the summer school plans.

Balch sends Addams an outline of the topics to be discussed at the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Executive Committee meeting in June.

Balch writes Addams about plans for the 1921 conference and summer school, the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's new office, and international crises.

Balch tells Hertzka about the most recent planning for the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Summer School.