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Contract between Addams and Macmillan Company to publish a cheap edition of The Spirit of Youth and the City Streets.

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.

The Macmillan Company requests to publish a cheap edition of Addams's book,Twenty Years at Hull-House.
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Addams warns independent women against men who will try to take advantage of them in matters of money. This is a reprint of an article first published in 1907.
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Addams warns independent women against men who will try to take advantage of them in matters of money. This column appeared with slight variations in a number of newspapers between 1907-1910.

Financial records explaining the property values of lands held by the Joseph T. Bowen Country Club and the Hull-House Association.

Thomas explains her rationale for behind supporting the amendment that removed voting by delegation at the National American Women Suffrage Association.

McCarthy asks Addams for financial backing for his plan to hire stenographers to help create and distribute materials and legislative bills for the Progressive Party Legislative Bureau.
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Addams reports on Hull-House's facilities and social services on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary, providing a sense of the costs of maintaining buildings and programs, and ending with an appeal for financial support.

A payment voucher for Addams' entry, "Democracy and Social Ethics," in the Cyclopedia of American Government.

Shaw informs board members of the National American Woman Suffrage Association about the organization's fundraising issues.

Thomas asks Johnson to collect as much money as possible for the Woman's Journal and sends copies of the letter to Jane Addams and Sophonisba Breckinridge.

Addams introduces Rosenwald to Harriet Vandervaart and the Neighborhood House in the hopes that he may offer a donation.

On behalf of Jane Addams, Schwartz writes to Rosenwald about the terms of his loan to Mr. Goldman.

The Macmillan Company sends Addams royalties on her latest book.

Addams asks McCormick to make a donation to Hull-House, as he did the previous year.

McClure apologizes to Addams for the delay in his company's payment for her series of articles inMcClure's Magazine.

Addams writes Haldeman about the costs for flowers and tickets, the total of which they will share, and sends news about the sad pall cast by the death of Joseph Bowen.

Alice and Sarah C, Robson agree to lend $5,000 to the Hull-House Association, which will be paid back at $200 per year unless both die before it is repaid.

Addams asks Hoyt for construction information needed to mount the Chicago Child Welfare Exhibit.

Rosenwald writes Lathrop about a loan he made to a man named Goldberg.

Addams declines Stewart's invitation to serve on a finance committee of another organization because of her own need to raise funds for Hull-House.

The Macmillan Company issues a credit statement to Addams for her book.

Macmillan Company statement of royalties for Addams' first four books.

The Macmillan Company encloses a royalty statement for Addams' books.

Palmer asks Addams to help her discover the true circumstances of an impoverished family member living in Chicago.

Addams sends her regrets to Andrews that she cannot become a contributing member to the American Association for Labor Legislation.