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  • Contributor is exactly "Shah, Prashant"

Balch prepares an estimated budget for the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom after the International Congress of Women meeting.

A pamphlet advertising an edited collection of articles about establishing welfare departments in industry.

McClatchy tells Gulick that the California Joint Immigration Committee will oppose the Wickersham plan to open visas for Japan in 1927.

A newsletter discussing a report of the economic strength of New York State.

Cooper sends Addams his letter to Alfred Kennedy regarding the future of the settlement movement and asks her opinion.

Cooper tells Kennedy his ideas about settlements as forces of liberalism in American society.

Affelder tells Addams about recent donations to the Barnett Memorial Fellowship.

Addams thanks Lovett for helping her arrange travel and looks forward to her visit.

Addams tells Rich that she still hopes they will use the apartment at Hull-House.

Addams agrees with Detzer's plans for the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's international membership.

Addams tells Kennedy that she agrees that the National Federation of Settlements should discuss Cooper's questions.

Addams tells Weller that can't sign his invitation to Mohandas Gandhi to invite him to lecture in the United States.

Haldeman tells Addams of her trip to Dayton, Tennessee. This letter may not have been sent.

MacDonald asks Addams for advice about accepting a lecture in Chicago and hopes to accept her invitation to saty at Hull-House.

Addams tells Kellogg that she is impressed by Beulah Amidon but does not want to influence his decision on hiring her.

Detzer writes to Addams about the effectiveness of reminders about membership due reminder and hopes of Emily Balch working in the Washington Office.

McClatchy asks Addams to oppose efforts to weaken immigration restrictions on Japan and to help them obtain more supporters among the clergy.

Addams writes to Detzer replying to her past two letters, and talks about some meetings and finances of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.

Addams tells Detzer that she thinks they should be cautious about releasing a statement on China until they have more information.

Smith tells Addams he will send her letter to Paul Kellogg and tells her that they are still waiting to hire a new editor.

Tischer sends Addams a receipt of a payment for the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.

Bergen tells Addams about the plans for the Institute of Pacific Relations conference held in Hawaii and introduces William and Makiko Vories who are establishing a school in Japan.

Vaile invites Addams to join a conference committee for the International Conference of Social Work.

Gl├╝cklich tells Addams how she has been managing the Geneva office of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and reports on their financial state.