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Kelley tells Addams of her plans to visit Chicago and asks that Edith Abbott not overburden herself with plans.

Wells confirms Lindsey's plans for a visit to Chicago on December 15.

Lillie thanks Addams for her book, The Spirit of Youth and the City Streets, recalls street sounds she heard the night she spent at Hull-House, and says she does not prescribe to Addams' social remedies.

Manny asks Addams to spend a Saturday evening at Hull-House.

Wiley thanks Addams for sending him a manuscript to read and thanks her for visiting with him at Hull-House.

Harrison writes to Addams, hoping to arrange a visit to Hull-House during his upcoming stay in Chicago.

Harrison thanks Addams for her hospitality during his visit to Hull-House and remarks upon his behavior and the character of the settlement.

Weakley sends Addams sympathy for her illness and appreciation for her work.

Beaver thanks Addams for Peace and Bread in Time of War and hopes to visit her at Hull-House soon.

Wallas was inspired by Addams' speech at Kingsway Hall, and hopes to visit Hull-House with his family.

Simons apologizes to Addams for missing a meeting with Dr. Ward at Hull-House.

Garland sends Addams his new address and his desire to visit her at Hull-House.

Barnett writes Addams to thank her for her letter and accept her invitation to visit. Barnett also discusses her recent book.

Barnett writes Adams and Buckley to arrange for her upcoming travel to Canada and the United States.

Learned asks Addams to meet with one of his friends while he is in Chicago and praises The Spirit of Youth and the City Streets.

King sends regrets that he cannot accept Addams' invitation to visit Hull-House and he discusses plans to have Addams speak about Newer Ideals of Peace at the Cleveland Congregational Club.

Armes tells an anecdote about Addams losing her hat and Theodore Roosevelt taking his off too.

Tarbell writes Addams about her speech before the Playground Association and thanks her for her hospitality during her visit to Hull House.
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Addams speaks to the Biennial Convention of the General Federation of Women's Clubs on how clubs can help immigrant women adjust to life in America.

Andrews introduces Addams to Mary Flexner as an able worker.

Osgood apologizes to Addams for not staying in Chicago longer, but praises Hull House and the new Illinois branch of the American Association for Labor Legislation.

Osgood invites Addams to speak at the Chicago meeting of the American Association of Labor Legislation and asks for a meeting beforehand.