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  • Subject is exactly "peace movement, in Ireland"

Balch asks Greenwood for amnesty for political prisoners in Ireland on the grounds of peace.

Balch asks Sections to let her know if anyone will attend the International Committee of Womens and sends information regarding Irish political prisoners and an English leaflet.

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

Balch sends Addams information on the Irish situation and suggests action.

Swanwick asks Addams to issue a statement supporting self-determination for Ireland on behalf of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.

Robinson updates Addams on efforts for peace in Ireland and the work of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's Manchester Branch.

A Guardian clipping reports that sixty men were sentenced to ten years imprisonment for connection to the Caherguillamore shootings and that the Lord Mayor of Cork testified in Washington.

Heymann sends Addams a resolution calling for Irish independence and tells of the situation in Europe.

Townshend thanks Addams for her assistance during her Washington testimony and makes a few comments on the Irish situation.

Willkinson sends Addams a novel about western Ireland and reports on her activities since returning to England.