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Addams tells Wilson that John Morley will be in touch regarding plans to testify before the American Commission on Conditions in Ireland.

Announces demonstration welcoming back the women's delegation to Ireland, listing speakers.

Balch writes Swanwick regarding the breakdown of plans for the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Summer School.

A pamphlet describing the activities of the Women's International League of Peace and Freedom from 1915-1919.

Addams tells Smith about her social activities in England and plans for returning home.

Willis updates Addams on British plans for the International Women's Congress and their request to President Wilson to include women in the Peace Conference.

Addams tells Smith that she plans to remain another month in Europe.

Kellogg accepts Addams's advice about including Bertrand Russell articles in The Survey.

Karsten writes to Addams to explain the various pieces of correspondence being sent her way regarding the Woman's Peace Party.

Addams thanks Wald for her recent letter, and hopes to see her soon.

Sturge expresses her views on war to Addams and informs her of the work she is doing for the peace movement in England.

Macmillan tells Addams that the French government is raiding the offices and homes of peace activists and updates her on the English Government's stance on peace negotiations.

Hamilton writes for Addams sending Blaine the report on the International Congress of Women and commenting on the controversy over bayonet charges.

Hobhouse writes to Addams on her position with the British Committee for the International Women's Congress and personal matters of health and travel.

Pethick-Lawrence writes to tell Addams not to worry over the British Committee of the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace, and discusses feelings against peace activists in England.

Macmillan asks Addams to send her the minutes of the International Committee of Women for a Permanent Peace meeting because she might not be able to enter the country with them.

Addams reports on a meeting of the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace, discusses some issues raised by the British Committee and reports on meeting President Wilson.

Bryce arranges to meet Addams in London on June 24.

MacDonald discusses the views of some of the British politicians regarding peace and hopes to see her privately before she leaves.

Leaf discusses plans for Addams' upcoming talk to the British Committee of the International Congress of Women.

Marshall discusses the work of the British Committee of the International Women's Congress and hope that Addams will be in Europe soon.

Taylor writes a list of name of British women and organization that suppport the peace crusade.

Webb seeks a meeting with Addams in London and discusses the Fabian Society's ideas on peace.

Rathbone invites Addams to speak in Liverpool to the Soldiers' and Sailors' Families Association.