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Swanwick tells Addams that she cannot write the pamphlet Addams asked, because she has taken over editing Foreign Affairs after the death of E. D. Morel.

Swanwick thanks Addams for sending a Hull-House etching and tells her about news from England.

Swanwick asks Addams for an update on her health and hints about a possible Nobel Peace Prize.

Swanwick drafts the resolutions to be presented to the Hague Women's Conference in December, seeking to revise treaties to insure international peace and cooperation.

Swanwick tells Addams about the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's Hague Congress and sends a draft resolutions.

Swanwick thanks Addams for Peace and Bread in Time of War and updates her on the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's British Section and settlement activities in London.

A draft of a statement to be sent to the Genoa Economic and Finance Conference about how to avoid another world war and start European recovery.

Swanwick thanks Adams for sending The New Republic and tells her of renovations at the International House.

Swanwick tells Addams about the publication of her book and Women's International League for Peace and Freedom activities in England.

Swanwick sends Addams Margaret Bondfield's letter on the American Commission on Ireland.

The authors report on a fact-finding trip organized by the Women's International League to report on condition in Ireland during its war of independence.

Swanwick asks Addams to issue a statement supporting self-determination for Ireland on behalf of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.

Swanwick offers Addams advice regarding the Irish Civil War and the American Commission on Conditions in Ireland.

Swanwick apologizes to Balch for blaming her for the failure of the Summer School.

Swanwick asks Addams to meet in Paris to discuss planning a May International Congress of Women.

Balch updates the Committee on the status of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom newsletter, financial matters, and the League's goals, seeking opinions. Balch quotes from several incoming letters on these issues.

Swanwick advises Addams to ensure that when international committee members are named that the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace also seeks the approval of the national section.