How Did Women Activists Promote Peace in Their
1915 Tour of Warring European Capitals?

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Abstract

Introduction

Document 1: "Resolutions Adopted at The Hague Congress," 1 May 1915

Document 2: Map of the Itinerary of Deputations to European Governments, May-July 1915

Document 3: Itinerary--Deputations to the European Governments, July 1915

Document 4: Francis Balch to Emily Greene Balch, 7 April 1915

Document 5: Emily Greene Balch to Francis Balch, 16 May 1915

Document 6: Letter to Prime Minister of Denmark, May 1915

Document 7: James Bryce to Jane Addams, 6 May 1915

Document 8: Alice Hamilton to Louise deKoven Bowen, 16 May 1915

Document 9: Emily Greene Balch to Louis Lochner, 1 June 1915

Document 10: Louis Lochner to President Wilson, 2 June 1915

Document 11: Emily Greene Balch to Jane Addams, 8 June 1915

Document 12: Jane Addams to Mary Rozet Smith, 18 June 1915

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Document 13: Report From Emily Greene Balch to Jane Addams, 1 July 1915

Document 14: Emily Greene Balch, "Peace Delegates in Scandinavia and Russia," 4 September 1915

Document 15: Emily Greene Balch, "The Time to Make Peace," 2 October 1915

Document 16: Report from Board of Officers of the International Committee of Women For Permanent Peace, 4 October 1915

Document 17: Alice Hamilton, "At the War Capitals," 1916

Document 18: Mary Heaton Vorse, "Women's Peace Conference," 1935

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