Papers Relating to the Ford Peace Plan, 1915-1918


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Moriaud announces the founding of the Association for the Safe-guard of International Law in Geneva and explains the need for an international effort to investigate violations of international law.

This is a list of the people who have received the letter written by Moriaud.

A pamphlet containing a petition from the Swiss Peace Society to the Swiss Federal Council, and the reply. The texts were translated into multiple languages.

Loughrin sends a telegram to Addams informing her that Governor Stewart cannot join the European Commission organized by Ford, and suggests that they invite Denison of the Woman's Peace Party instead.

Bowen sends word that Addams will not be able to join the Ford Peace Ship expedition.

Schwimmer and Lochner hope that Addams will be well enough to join the Ford Peace Ship expedition.

Van Pelt writes to Addams to request that she be given an opportunity to contribute to Ford's Peace Conference.

Addams writes that she is sending a letter by Kellogg to Lochner and suggests a task Lochner could accomplish while in Washington.

Lochner tells her husband that Addams cabled saying that she would be delayed from traveling to Europe at least a month.

Herrick declines an offer to join the Peace Conference, but expresses her sympathy on behalf of her department.