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  • Date is exactly "1918-12-06"

Taussig emphasizes the need to raise more funds for the Women's peace organization and to increase publicity to keep all world wide branches informed.

Miller tells Addams about his position on the front in France and the Hull-House activities he hopes to take part in when he returns to the United States.

Levinson offers his home as the location for a meeting between Addams's group and his colleagues.

Eastman, Balch, Leach, and Hughan express their eagerness to have an international meeting of the Women's Congress as suggested by Post.

Karsten passes on a letter from the National Child Labor Committee to Abbott.

Addams thanks Wald for her hospitality in Boston.