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  • Contributor is exactly "Patel, Suketu"

Spencer sends Addams a donation for the International Congress of Women in Dublin and tells her about summer plans.

Todd sends Addams a clipping about her speech and recalls fond memories of Hull-House.

Porter asks Addams to propose a candidate for the Thomas Jefferson Centennial Election and updates her on progress.

Addams defends her work for social betterment and a newspaper editorial blames the postwar situation for tarring ordinary ideas as communist.

Addams asks Hull for the names of Quaker speakers and expects that she will be able to reach the $7,500 goal for funding the International Congress of Women in Dublin.

Addams tells Doty that she thinks they can afford only $1,000 for traveling costs for delegates to the International Congress of Women at Dublin.

Addams tells Schwimmer that she does not expect to see either Aletta Jacobs or Rosa Manus while in Europe.