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Banschbach is critical of America's foreign policy that calls for peace yet sends munitions to Europe..

Norton, acting as Addams' secretary, asks Frind if he can aid the Woman's Peace Party.

Addams avows that Rosika Schwimmer is on the side of peace, and is not a supporter of either side in the war.

Addams sends Schwimmer a letter to help combat reports that she is not neutral.

Addams tells French of her sister, Alice's death, and of the upcoming conference at The Hague.

Addams asks if the American Peace Society will send representatives to the International Congress of Women at The Hague.

Funk reports on a meeting that Rosika Schwimmer spoke at, criticizing her bitterness toward the American people and a disagreement they had over whether the upcoming conference would held end the war.

Bok thanks Addams for editing his interview with her, and congratulates her on the International Council of Women's promise.

Addams's secretary says that Addams regrets that Fuller cannot attend the International Congress of Women at the Hague, and that she is concerned the German and French women might not attend.

Addams informs Atwater that they should publish news from The Hague Conference rather than Lochner's address.

Addams sends Wales a list delegates to the International Congress of Women and suggests that she present her peace plan there to secure support.

Addams asks Schwimmer to continue as the International Secretary.

Murray discusses bringing the Trojan Women play to America, and refuses royalties.

Mayer asks Addams for advice on debate preparation for her high school.

Hunter asks Addams if she has any materials that would help her write an article about the Women's Peace Party.

Catt advises that Rosika Schwimmer should remain as the International Secretary of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance.

Addams writes Haldeman regarding having someone with her while she goes through her mother's affairs.

Leckie agrees to continue to be the head of the Publicity Bureau for the Women's Peace Party and offers condolences for the death of Addams' sister.

Addams is disappointed that Wald can't attend the International Women's Congress and considers asking Maud Nathan to attend, but fears she might be pro-German.

Addams sends Haldeman sympathy letters regarding her mother's death and offers her own sympathy.

Addams thanks Browne for his letter regarding the production of The Trojan Women.

Addams asks Balch to attend the International Congress of Women at The Hague due to her experience with race and nationalism.

Addams declines Baker's invitation to speak at the Amherst Woman's Club, due to her busy schedule for peace. She asks him to persuade Ida Tarbell to attend the International Congress of Women.

Wald declines Addams's invitation to the International Congress of Women due to the press of responsibilities.

Addams invites Wales to attend the International Conference of Women.

Addams discusses the issue of who should lead the American delegation to the International Congress of Women.

Addams cannot travel to visit Schwimmer because her illness has relapsed. Schwimmer is instead invited to Bar Harbor, ME.
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