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In this narratively rich article in McClure's, Addams reflects on her meeting with Tolstoy in Russia in 1896, on her admiration for his principles, and on her pragmatic approach to good work in the urban, industrial context of Hull-House and its diverse surroundings.

Todd talks about schools, education, and visiting Addams. He also makes a donation to the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.

Jacobs tells Addams that she will be in the United States in the spring and hopes to meet.

Spencer writes to Addams regarding the recent meetings of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom as well as the possible finances of the organization.

Haldeman-Julius updates Addams on the completion of her book and looks forward to seeing her.

Haldeman-Julius drafts a letter to Addams about the work on the Cedarville farm, her family life and a book manuscript she is writing.

Lloyd sends Brenner information about a luncheon (not found) and informs her that there are no vacancies at Hull-House at present.

Lindsey introduces Addams to Dr. Knapp and his wife, who will be visiting Hull-House and wish to meet her.

Courtney missed seeing Addams and sends her a book written by her husband.

Eastman writes Addams about her speaking schedule in Wisconsin and asks for suggestions on a speaker for German-American audiences.

Gilmore asks McClain to give Addams an invitation to lunch with the Governor and offers logistical options.

Jordan invites Addams to visit him when she is in California.

Jordan tells Addams that he is coming to Chicago and would like to make a public address.

Detzer asks Addams is she could spend a night at Hull-House on December 28.

Bell urges Addams to visit Henry J. Smith as soon as possible.

Ware invites Addams to visit while she is in Atlanta to give a commencement speech at Atlanta University.

Karsten sends Addams copies of recent reports. She also discusses upcoming activities, including details of the Russian Commission and Hull-House.

Karsten explains to Shelley why Richards is no longer able to visit Chicago.

Ella Stewart sends Whitlock a check to cover his expenses for traveling to Chicago to speak with suffragists.

On behalf of Addams, Smith accepts King's invitation to Addams to attend Washington's birthday celebration at Oberlin College.

Smith writes DuBois to report that Jane Addams has been writing Robert W. DeForest and that she plans to attend the Atlanta Conference in 1908.

Dr. Jacobs has arrived in New York a day early and Balch reviews the plans to visit Wilson. Jacobs wants to see Addams before her potential visit with Wilson but it is possible that this will not happen.

Coit will do anything to arrange a meeting with Addams while she is in London.

Gapen expresses her gratitude and enthusiasm for Addams' plans to speak about woman suffrage in Wisconsin and invites her to attend Wisconsin Suffrage Day.

Gaben writes Addams about the arrangements for her upcoming stay in Wisconsin.