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Addams asks Haldeman for an address and an updated photograph of Marcet Haldeman and plans for a Christmas gathering.

Addams sends Haldeman the addresses of two family members and a photographer.

Atkinson reports on a meeting of the Boys' Club directors where he explained how he obtained the photograph of the Chicago American Distributing room, and he can now grant her permission to use it in her report.

White praises Addams for her article in Charities and the Common and requests an autographed photograph of her.

Addams invites Brownell to visit Hull-House and remarks on the popularity of Brownell's photograph of her.

McClure writes Addams to inform her he likes an article she submitted, is sending $300 for it, and seeks appropriate photographs for it as well.

Fay sends Addams a story about her father and asks for an recent signed photograph of her.

Addams sends Haldeman money to photograph a portrait and discusses other family matters.

Haldeman writes Addams about her grandmother's consent to take a photograph of John Addams' portrait, offers news of her mother's health, and talks about the various family members visiting Cedarville.

Simons asks Addams to send him a photograph of herself to run alongside some of her writings that he will be publishing in his new socialist paper.

Hill asks Addams to pass along a photograph of Friends Academy's students to Anita Blaine in the hopes of securing her support.

McClure asks Addams for a new photograph to be published with her article in McClure's Magazine.

Addams sends Hill a photograph and thanks her for her hospitality.

Addams informs Haldeman that she will send her two books of photographs from the Chicago Child Welfare Exhibit and reports that she saw Marcet Haldeman's play.

Abbott writes Case about pictures of children and Case's father.

On behalf of Addams, Breckinridge writes MacMillan that she will send the requested photograph of Addams.

Addams sends Polacheck a photograph. Addams has also read Polacheck's manuscript and believes that the work would reach more people in a regular magazine.

Shaw thanks Addams for the photo she sent to The Survey.

A photograph of Addams and other women at an international meeting, likely the 1921 International Women's Congress.

Kadel sends Addams a photograph and asks if she wants to order more copies.

A postcard depicting a Chinese fortuneteller in Hong Kong.

A color postcard of two oxen pulling cards in the Phillipines.

A color postcard of a painting of a two Chinese junks on the water.