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A death notice for Emily Hobhouse that details major events in her life.
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Addams comments on Robert M. La Follette's death.
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Slayden thanks Addams for her sympathy and hopes the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom will open a Texas branch.
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Addams sends Kane an article about Emily Hobhouse and asks her to continue working on a better one.
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Addams tells Coolidge that she was unable to help Helene Löhr, and offers sympathy on the death of Robert Archey Woods.
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Coolidge tells Addams her ideas on bringing foreign settlement workers to the United States.
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Addams thanks Goodspeed for his article on Charles Hutchinson and apologizes that her article was too personal to send.
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Addams sends Kennedy her sympathy on the death of Robert Archey Woods.
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Waite thanks Addams for her support at Ella Waite's funeral.
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Addams sends Ewing condolences on the death of Helen Culver.
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Smith sends Ewing her condolences on the death of Helen Culver and explains that Addams's health is poor so she will not be able to travel.
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Addams sends Ewing sympathy on the death of her father.
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Addams sends La Follette sympathies on the death of her husband Robert La Follette.
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Stewart tells Addams of the impact on the Detroit branch of the death of its leader, Louise Atkinson, and their determination to go on.
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Woods tells Addams that the Pax Special delegates have boarded ship and are on the way back to Europe.
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Addams reacts to Stewart's news of Louise Atkinson's death.
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Stewart tells Addams of the death of Louise Warren Atkinson.
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Program for memorial service for Louis Pasteur.
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Maynard writes Addams about her experience hosting French delegates, life without her husband, and fond memories of Chicago, prompted by her reading of Edna Ferber's So Big, a novel set in a suburb of the city.
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Swanwick tells Addams that she cannot write the pamphlet Addams asked, because she has taken over editing Foreign Affairs after the death of E. D. Morel.
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A report of the death of American publicist Charles Zueblin.
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Addams gives Lovett details on her return to Chicago and passes on the news of Charles Zueblin's death.
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Glücklich tells Addams about the deaths of recent friends and her problems keeping up with the office work and other challenges facing the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.
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The Tribune reports on the potential closure of the Russian Pedagogium Falkenberg in Falkenberg and efforts to save it.