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  • Received by: Schwimmer, Rosika (1877-1948)
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Addams tells Schwimmer that she does not expect to see either Aletta Jacobs or Rosa Manus while in Europe.
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Addams sends Schwimmer a letter from Clara Ragaz.
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Balch tells Schwimmer about the mental collapse of Gertrud Woker and plans to return her to Europe.
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Addams sends Schwimmer information about Gerturd Woker and hopes that her book can be published.
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Addams asks Schwimmer to respond to a Hungarian letter and sends her a manuscript by Bruce Bliven.
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Addams tells Schwimmer her views on Louis Lochner's book.
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Addams sends Schwimmer a letter from William Feakins about Countess Karoyi's health as well as some peace materials.
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Addams sends Schwimmer some enclosures (not found) that might interest her.
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Addams wishes Schwimmer good luck on her lecture tour.
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Addams tells Schwimmer she will send word on her lectures on to William Feakins and the Washington office.
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Addams tells Schwimmer that she has never heard of the coat story and sends instructions for obtaining lectures from the Summer School.
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Addams asks Schwimmer to give her letter to Vlima Gl├╝cklich when she arrives in New York.
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Addams tells Schwimmer that she had been appointed a Consultative Member of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Board.
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Heymann reminds Schwimmer that she is scheduled to speak at the International Congress of Women.
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Addams thanks Schwimmer for sending her materials by Gertrud Woker and Lida Heymann.
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Addams thanks Schwimmer for her letter and tells her that she won't be able to help Betzy Kjelberg get into Hull-House because it is overbooked.
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Addams sends Schwimmer a letter from Nellie Foster and hopes she can answer it.
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Addams arranges to meet Schwimmer to discuss Schwimmer's problem with Norman Hapgood.
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Addams sends Schwimmer a copy of Peace and Bread in Time of War and asks to meet for a discussion.
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Addams invites Schwimmer and Lloyd to lunch at Mary Smith's house and claims that there are no ill feelings towards her at Hull-House.
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Addams urges Schwimmer to attend the International Congress of Women.
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Addams telegraphs Schwimmer that she cannot undertake ocean travel due to her health.
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Addams informs Schwimmer that she will not be able to sail due to health issues.
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Young informs Schwimmer that Addams is away from Hull House and will receive her letter when she returns.