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Pope tells Addams about the Western states' struggle to organize successful peace activities and requests her help and expertise.

Daugaard and Tybjerg send their greetings to Addams from Copenhagen.

Helena Lucy Maria Sickert Swanwick sends a telegram to Jane Addams on plans to leave Zurich.

Addams and Hamilton report on their visit to Germany to see conditions after World War I.

Balch tells Addams about the activities of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom office.

Addams updates Jacobs on with an update about American peace activities, relief efforts and reaction to the League of Nations.

Balch sends Addams a copy of the report she is sending to the London Economic Conference.

This document recounts the milk shortages in several Central European countries and emphasizes the importance of milk for children and the ill.

Chichmanova discusses the political situation in the Balkans following World War I and seeks to set up a study committee of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom on the question.

Balch tells Addams that she is moving Women's International League for Peace and Freedom funds to an American bank for fears about the European economy.

Addams discusses efforts to save starving children in Europe.

Addams warns of the dangers of the new nationalistic favor sweeping the world following the war. This article was a version of her speech to the American Sociological Society on December 29, 1919.

Addams gave a speech on food conditions in Europe to the Farmer's Institute, a day later than scheduled.

Curtis criticizes Addams's defense of immigrants and her views of political deportations.

Spencer tells Addams about the work of the American section of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom in detail.

Wærn-Bugge writes to Balch regarding international recognition of Soviet Russia.

Addams makes the case for European relief to save starving children.

Thomas thanks Addams for the relief checks and all she has done for the Friends relief programs.

Morel claims that France is stationing black soldiers in Germany to rape and terrorize German women.

Addams spoke to the Reading Chamber of Commerce on the role that the United States could play in reducing the humanitarian crisis in Europe.

Dulles explores the implications of the World War I reparations on the world's economy. The speech was initially delivered at the League of Free Nations Association on March 12, 1931 in New York and then published in the New Republic.

Thomas updates Addams on the work done by the Service Committee and asks for recommendations of people who could do work in Europe.

Cripps thanks McDonald for Dulles's address and hopes that the United States can help promote peace in Europe.

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