Circular Letter to Executive Committee & Consultative Members (A)
February 28, 1922.
The vote as to holding our Executive Committee in Genoa resulted as follows:
of the Executive Committee: 2 in [favor] (one of these could not come herself), 3 against, 1 not opposed but could not come, 1 voted to leave the decision to the Secretary.
of the Consultative Members heard from: 5 in [favor], 1 proposed Denmark.
In view of this vote and of the difficulty and expense of securing lodging in Genoa at this time I propose giving up this plan and meeting in Geneva just after the annual meeting here of the Save the Children Committee which is set for March 23 and 24.
DO YOU APPROVE OF THIS PLAN?
CAN YOU BE PRESENT?
Please answer at once on receiving this.
We will try to secure inexpensive [accommodations] at the Maison Internationale or elsewhere for those letting us know that they desire it.
FIRST DAY A.M. Minutes of last meeting, Reports of Secretary-Treasurer, Maison Internationale and Committees (presented in writing).
P.M. Our [Program] at Genoa, our [Program] at the next Assembly of the League of Nations.
SECOND DAY A.M. Plans and propaganda for Lauenstein and Varese Schools
P.M. Peace Missions; proposed courses on Internationalism at Geneva.
THIRD DAY A.M. Our next Congress; Summer School in 1923?
P.M. FREE HALF DAY.
FOURTH DAY A.M. Discussion of next Congress, continued.
P.M. Passive Resistance and Opposition to War.
FIFTH DAY A.M. Geneva Office, proposal of transfer to Vienna, Bulletins and publications.
P.M. Education; efforts to draw in Young People.
SIXTH DAY A.M. Finances. International Peace Day.
P.M. Unfinished Business.
Please write at once as to any alterations or additions proposed.
(signed) Emily G. Balch.