Swarthmore College Peace Collection ~ 500 College Avenue ~ Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081 ~ USA ~ 610 328-8557

 

 

 

J A N E A D D A M S COLLECTION

Books From the Personal
Library of Jane Addams

 

History of Personal Library, Books Held In Other Repositories,
List of Books Held By the Swarthmore College Peace Collection

 

History of Addams's Books in the Swarthmore College Peace Collection

In the early 1930s, Jane Addams selected and sent to Swarthmore College the materials from her private papers relating to her peace activities.  Approximately 350 books from her personal library were also donated to Swarthmore College. These books are listed below.  They encompass the topics of internationalism and nationalism, peace and pacifism, anti-war movements, plans for permanent peace, World War I and its aftermath, feminism and war, women's rights, labor problems, and religious ideals of peace (mainly Christian).  The Swarthmore College Peace Collection was founded in 1936 based on Jane Addams's papers and those of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, of which she was the first president.

 
Dispersal of Addams's Books After Her Death in 1935

The complicated, and at times distressing, story of the disposition of the various components of Jane Addams's archive is well told in The Jane Addams Papers: A Comprehensive Guide edited by Mary Lynn McCree Bryan (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1996).  The preface notes that when much of Hull-House was to be demolished as part of the expansion of the University of Illinois's Chicago campus: "on March 29 and 30, 1963, the settlement [Hull-House] sold at public auction the remaining contents of the building that would not be moved to the new headquarters or program sites.  Newspaper ads announced that the sale would feature "Hull-House mementos, historical items, books, furniture…."  It is certain that a large number of books, originally part of the settlement library, were sold. Some had belonged to Jane Addams. One collector who had bought Addams' copy of Das Kapital, her name written by her on the fly leaf identifying it, eventually presented it to the Jane Addams Memorial Collection at the University of Illinois at Chicago." (p. 72)


Holdings of Jane Addams's Books in Other Libraries
* The University of Illinois at Chicago opened two remaining Hull-House buildings to the public in 1967 as the Hull-House Museum, with restored rooms and exhibits.  About 210 books from Addams's personal collection are held by the University of Illinois at Chicago Library. Click here to search the UIC's library collection for these books (takes a few moments to load).


* Rockford College (Jane Addams's alma mater, then known as Rockford Female Seminary) holds:

- Addams family books that became part of the first lending library in Stephenson County, Illinois. Some are inscribed as having belonged to Anna Addams. The majority bear the bookplate of the Union Library Company, Cedar Creek Mills.  Fourteen of these are books on various theologies and are signed by family members but not plated (104 titles)

- Books from the personal library of John Huy Addams (father of JA) (15 titles).
- Titles belonging to Jane Addams (also known as "Jennie") and used in her youth(14 titles).
- The scholarly library of the Addams children with inscriptions by Jane and her sisters Mary and Alice. There are also a number of titles belonging to Anna Marcet Haldeman (25 titles).
- Leather-bound, cased editions of titles Jane Addams authored. These editions are possibly gifts to her from an admiring benefactor (13 titles).
- Books that were part of Jane Addams’s Hull-House library and are either signed by her or inscribed as Hull-House library (148 titles).


Books From Jane Addams's Library Held By the Swarthmore College Peace Collection (organized by title)
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Brailsford
, Henry Noel, 1873-1958.

ACROSS THE BLOCKADE; A RECORD OF TRAVELS IN ENEMY EUROPE.

New York, Harcourt, Brace and Howe, 1919.

D523 .B81.

 

 

Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.

ADDRESSES ON WAR.

Boston, Published for the International Union, Ginn & Co., 1904.

JX1949 .S8.

 

 

Brailsford, Henry Noel, 1873-1958.

AFTER THE PEACE.

London: L. Parsons, [1920].

D653 .B7.

 

 

Brailsford, Henry Noel, 1873-1958.

AFTER THE PEACE.

New York: T. Seltzer, 1922.

D653 .B7 1922.

 

 

Dickinson, G. Lowes, 1862-1932.

AFTER THE WAR.

London: A. C. Fifield, 1915.

D610 .D5.

 

 

Fisher, Herbert Wescott, 1873-

ALIAS UNCLE SHYLOCK: A TRAGI-COMEDY OF THE TWO DROMIOS, FEAR, AVARICE.

New York: A & C. Boni, 1927.

JX1953 .F55.

Gift card: With the compliments of the author Herbert Fisher

 

 

Zimmern, Alfred Eckhard, 1879-1957.

AMERICA & EUROPE, AND OTHER ESSAYS.

New York: Oxford University Press, 1929.

JA41 .Z4.

 

 

Brooks, Sidney

AMERICA AND GERMANY, 1918-1925.

New York : MacMillan, 1925.

HC286.3.B75

 

 

Ribhany, Abraham Mitrie, 1869-

AMERICA SAVE THE NEAR EAST.

Boston: Beacon, 1918.

DS98 .R5.

Inscription: To Miss Jane Addams with highest regards: Abraham Mitrie Rihbany 1918

 

 

AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY, BASED UPON STATEMENTS OF PRESIDENTS AND SECRETARIES OF STATE OF THE UNITED STATES AND OF PUBLICISTS OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLICS, WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER.

Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1920.

JX1405 .C33.

Gift card: With the compliments of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

 

 

Lippmann, Walter, 1889-1974.

AMERICAN INQUISITORS: A COMMENTARY ON DAYTON AND CHICAGO.

New York: The Macmillan Co., 1928.

LB2332 .L5.

 

 

Douglas, Paul H., 1892-1976.

THE AMERICAN OCCUPATION OF HAITI.

New York: Academy of Political Science, 1927.

F1926 .D7.

 

 

Fisher, Irving, 1867-1947.

AMERICA'S INTEREST IN WORLD PEACE.

New York and London: Funk & Wagnalls, 1924.

JX1975 .F53.

 

 

Fisher, Irving, 1867-1947.

AMERICA'S INTEREST IN WORLD PEACE.

New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1926.

JX1975 .F53 1926.

 

 

Gibbons, Herbert Adams, 1880-1934.

AMERICA'S PLACE IN THE WORLD.

New York & London: The Century Co., 1924.

E183.7 .G43.

 

 

Hudson, Manley O., 1886-1960.

AMERICA'S ROLE IN THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

Baltimore, 1929.

JX1975.5.U5 H7.

 

 

ANNUAIRE DE L'UNION INTERPARLEMENTAIRE.

Bruxelles: Misch & Thron, 1911, 1912.

JX1930 .L68 1911

JX1930 .L68 1912

 

 

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR - DIVISION OF INTERCOURSE AND EDUCATION, CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE.

[New York, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace], 1920, 1922.

JX1906 .A45 1920.

JX1906 .A45 1922.

 

 

Balch, Emily Greene, 1867-1961.

APPROACHES TO THE GREAT SETTLEMENT / WITH A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SOME OF THE MORE RECENT BOOKS AND ARTICLES DEALING WITH INTERNATIONAL PROBLEMS, INTRODUCTION BY NORMAN ANGELL [PSEUD.] PUB. FOR THE AMERICAN UNION AGAINST MILITARISM.

New York: B. W. Huebsch, 1918.

D613 .B3.

 

 

Gignilliat, Leigh Robinson, 1875-

ARMS AND THE BOY: MILITARY TRAINING IN SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES, ITS VALUE IN PEACE AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN WAR, WITH MANY PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS FOR THE COURSE OF TRAINING, AND WITH BRIEF DESCRIPTIONS OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL SYSTEMS NOW IN OPERATION / BY COLONEL L. R. GIGNILLIAT... WITH INTRODUCTION BY HONORABLE NEWTON D. BAKER.

Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1916.

JX1997.5 .G5.

 

 

Mayreder, Rosa Obermayer, 1858-1938.

ASKESE UND EROTIK ... / 1. UND 2. TAUSEND.

Jena: E. Diederichs, 1926.

HQ61 .M3.

 

 

"Diogenes," [pseud].

AT THE CROSS-ROADS: A PLEA FOR THE ETHICS OF A DEMOCRACY / BY "DIOGENES."

San Francisco, California: [The Printing Corporation], 1926.

JC433 .D5.

Gift card: With compliments of the Author

 

 

Beaven, Murray.

AUSTRIAN POLICY SINCE 1867.

London ; New York: Oxford Univ. Press, [1914].

D639.P7 G7.

 

 

Lambert, Henri.

UN AUTRE ASPECT DE LA QUESTION EUROPÉENNE ET UNE SOLUTION / PAR HENRI

LAMBERT... SUIVI D'UNE LETTRE OUVERTE À M. WOODROW WILSON, PRÉSIDENT

DES ÉTATS-UNIS D'AMÉRIQUE, PUB. PAR LE NIEUWE ROTTERDAMSCHE COURANT,

LE 8 OCTOBRE, 1914.

Londres: [Wightman, Mountain & Andrews,], 1915.

D511 .L2.

 

 

Abdul-Bahá, 1844-1921.

THE BAHÁ'Í PEACE PROGRAM.

New York: Bahá'í Publishing Committee, 1930.

JX1966 .A38.

 

 

Lee, Vernon, 1856-1935.

THE BALLET OF THE NATIONS: A PRESENT-DAY MORALITY / BY VERNON LEE [PSEUD.] WITH A PICTORIAL COMMENTARY BY MAXWELL ARMFIELD.

New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1915.

JX1964.1 .P2.

 

 

Binder, Carroll.

THE BEHAVIOR RESEARCH FUND: A FIVE YEAR INQUIRY INTO HUMAN CONDUCT; WITH A FOREWORD BY H.M. ADLER.

Chicago: Chicago Daily News, 1927.

BF57 .B61.

 

 

Doty, Madeleine Z., 1877-1963.

BEHIND THE BATTLE LINE, AROUND THE WORLD IN 1918.

New York: The Macmillan Co., 1918.

D640 .D57.

Inscription: To Jane Addams - the beloved leader of the American women, with the hope that these pages about the women of other countries may prove of interest - Madeleine Z. Doty, November 1918 ; For the joy of comradeship in a worthy cause, we thank thee, O Lord ! J.A.

 

 

Waxweiler, Emile, 1867-1916.

BELGIUM AND THE GREAT POWERS: HER NEUTRALITY EXPLAINED AND VINDICATED.

New York ; London: G.P. Putman's Sons, 1916.

D615 .W3.

 

 

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Congress (1st: 1915: The

Hague).

BERICHT--RAPPORT--REPORT.

Amsterdam: International Women's Committee of Permanent Peace, 1915.

JX1930 .W8 1915.

 

 

Power, Eileen Edna.

A BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR TEACHERS OF HISTORY / EDITED BY EILEEN POWER... WITH A FOREWORD BY LORD BUCKMASTER, AND AN INTRODUCTORY ESSAY BY ELEANOR DOORLY.

London: Women's International League, 1919.

Z6201 .P8.

Inscription: To Miss Jane Addams, with the author's homage.

 

 

Pardo de Tavera, T. H., 1857-1925.

BIBLIOTECA FILIPINA.

Washington: Govt. Print. Office., 1903.

Z3291 .P2.

 

 

Capek, Thomas, 1861-1950, editor

BOHEMIA UNDER HAPSBURG MISRULE: A STUDY OF THE IDEALS AND ASPIRATIONS OF THE BOHEMIAN AND SLOVAK PEOPLES, AS THEY RELATE TO AND ARE AFFECTED BY THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR.

New York, Chicago: Fleming H. Revell Co., 1915.

DB196 .C3.

 

 

Dunning, William Archibald, 1857-1922.

THE BRITISH EMPIRE AND THE UNITED STATES: A REVIEW OF THEIR RELATIONS DURING

THE CENTURY OF PEACE FOLLOWING THE TREATY OF GHENT / BY WILLIAM ARCHIBALD

DUNNING... WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY THE RIGHT HONOURABLE VISCOUNT BRYCE, O.M., AND A PREFACE BY NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER.

New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1914.

E183.8.G7 D9.

 

 

Angell, Norman, 1874-1967.

THE BRITISH REVOLUTION AND THE AMERICAN DEMOCRACY; AN INTERPRETATION OF BRITISH LABOUR PROGRAMMES.

New York, B.W. Huebsch, 1919.

D639.D45 A5.

 

 

International Peace Bureau.

BULLETIN OFFICIEL DU XXME CONGRÈS UNIVERSEL DE LA PAIX... TENU A LA HAYE

... 1913.

Berne: International Peace Bureau, [1913].

JX1930 .I62 1913.

 

 

Besant, Annie Wood, 1847-1933.

THE CASE FOR INDIA: PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS TO THE INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS, AT

ITS THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL SESSION, CALCUTTA, DECEMBER 26, 1917.

JQ215.B5 C3.

Inscription: J. Addams page 39

 

 

Bilgram, Hugo, b. 1847.

THE CAUSE OF BUSINESS DEPRESSIONS AS DISCLOSED BY AN ANALYSIS OF THE BASIC

PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS / BY HUGO BILGRAM, IN COLLABORATION WITH LOUIS EDWARD LEVY.

Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1914.

HB171.7 .B46.

 

 

Bogićević, Milosh.

CAUSES OF THE WAR: AN EXAMINATION INTO THE CAUSES OF THE EUROPEAN WAR, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO RUSSIA AND SERBIA,

London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1920.

D511 .B66.

 

 

Binder, Carroll.

CHICAGO AND THE NEW NEGRO: HOW THE CITY ABSORBED THE HUGE POST-WAR MIGRATION FROM THE SOUTH, AND WHAT ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CIVIC CHANGES WERE WROUGHT THEREBY.

[Chicago]: Chicago Daily News, 1927.

F548.9.N3 B6.

 

 

Dickinson, G. Lowes, 1862-1932.

THE CHOICE BEFORE US.

New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1917.

JX1952 .D55.

 

 

Créhange, André

CHÔMAGE ET PLACEMENT.

Paris: Les Presses universitaires de France; New Haven: Yale University Press,

[1927].

HC56.C38 G85.

 

 

CHRIST AND PEACE: A DISCUSSION OF SOME FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES RAISED BY THE WAR. ESSAYS BY J. ST. GEORGE HEATH, W. FEARON HALLIDAY, HENRY T. HODGKIN, W.E.

ORCHARD, RICHARD ROBERTS, A. MAUDE ROYDEN / EDITED BY JOAN M. FRY.

London: Headley Brothers ; [1915?].

JX1965.5 .F9.

 

 

Ainslie, Peter, 1867-1934.

CHRIST OR NAPOLEON--WHICH?: A STUDY OF THE CURE FOR WORLD MILITARISM AND THE CHURCH'S SCANDAL OF DIVISION.

New York, Chicago : Fleming H. Revell Co., 1915.

JX1953 .A39.

 

 

London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends).

CHRISTIAN PRACTICE: BEING THE SECOND PART OF CHRISTIAN DISCIPLINE OF THE

RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS IN GREAT BRITAIN / APPROVED AND ADOPTED BY THE

YEARLY MEETING, 1925.

London: Friends' Bookshop, [1925].

BX7609 .L6 1925 v.2.

 

 

Wilkins, William Glyde, 1854-1921.

CHRISTIANITY AND BROTHERHOOD... / WITH A PREFACE BY REV. JOHN CLIFFORD.

London: "The Daily News," [n.d. ]

JX1965.5 .W6.

 

 

Jefferson, Charles Edward, 1860-1937.

CHRISTIANITY AND INTERNATIONAL PEACE: SIX LECTURES AT GRINNELL COLLEGE,

GRINNELL, IOWA, IN FEBRUARY, 1915, ON THE GEORGE A. GATES MEMORIAL FOUNDATION / BY CHARLES EDWARD JEFFERSON.

New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1915.

JX1965.5 .J4.

 

 

Tolstoy, Leo, 1828-1910.

CHRISTIANITY AND PATRIOTISM: WITH PERTINENT EXTRACTS FROM OTHER ESSAYS... /

TRANSLATED BY PAUL BORGER AND OTHERS.

Chicago: Open Court, 1905.

JX1965.5 .T6.

 

 

White, Grace Hoffman, d. 1937.

CHRISTUS: THE MESSENGER OF PEACE.

New York: [Privately printed], 1909.

JX1964.5 .W5.

 

 

Mathews, Shailer, 1863-1941.

THE CHURCH AND THE CHANGING ORDER.

New York: The Macmillan Company ; London: Macmillan & Co., 1907.

HN31 .M35.

 

 

Werfel, Franz, 1890-1945.

CLASS REUNION.

New York: Simon and Schuster, 1929.

PZ3 .W4.

 

 

Rolland, Romain, 1866-1944.

CLERAMBAULT: THE STORY OF AN INDEPENDENT SPIRIT DURING THE WAR / BY ROMAIN

ROLLAND; TRANSLATED BY KATHERINE MILLER.

New York: H. Holt and Co., 1921.

JX1964.1.R65 C1.

 

 

Thomas, Norman, 1884-1968.

THE CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR IN AMERICA / BY NORMAN THOMAS; INTRODUCTION BY ROBERT M. LA FOLLETTE.

New York: B.W. Huebsch, 1923.

JX1968 .T5.

 

 

Dickey, Samuel, b. 1872

CONSTRUCTIVE REVOLUTION OF JESUS.

New York : George H. Doran company, [1923?]

Inscription: [To] Jane Addams, Hull-House Comp[liments] of the author

 

 

Mills, Frederick Cecil, 1892-1964.

CONTEMPORARY THEORIES OF UNEMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF.

New York: Columbia University, 1917.

HD5706 .M5.

 

 

Perris, Henry Shaw, 1870-

THE CULT OF THE RIFLE AND THE CULT OF PEACE... / WITH PREFATORY NOTE BY DR.

RENDEL HARRIS.

London: Clark, [1907?].

JX1953 .P45.

 

 

Hudson, Manley O., 1886-1960.

CURRENT INTERNATIONAL CO-OPERATION.

Calcutta: The Calcutta University, 1927.

JX3096 .H8.

 

 

Angell, Norman, 1874-1967.

THE DANGERS OF HALF-PREPAREDNESS: A PLEA FOR A DECLARATION OF AMERICAN POLICY.

New York and London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1916.

JX1953 .A63.

 

 

Drevet, Camille.

DE KOVNO À VILNA: À NOTRE PRÉSIDENTE J. ADAMS [SIC], À TOUTES MES CAMARADES DE LA LIGUE INTERNATIONALE DES FEMMES POUR LA PAIX.

[Cahors: Coueslant, 1929].

D659.L7 D7.

Inscription: À Miss J. Adams [sic] Hommage affectueux, C. Drevet

 

 

Herron, George Davis, 1862-1925.

THE DEFEAT IN THE VICTORY.

London: C. Palmer, [1921].

D644 .H37.

 

 

Ralston, Jackson H., 1857-1945.

DEMOCRACY'S INTERNATIONAL LAW.

Washington, D.C.: J. Byrne & Co., 1922.

JX3160 .R3.

 

 

France. Ministère des affaires étrangères

THE DEPORTATION OF WOMEN AND GIRLS FROM LILLE. TRANSLATED TEXTUALLY FROM THE NOTE ADDRESSED BY THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT TO THE GOVERNMENTS OF NEUTRAL POWERS ON THE CONDUCT OF THE GERMAN AUTHORITIES TOWARDS THE POPULATION OF THE FRENCH DEPARTMENTS IN THE OCCUPATION OF THE ENEMY; WITH EXTRACTS FROM OTHER DOCUMENTS, ANNEXED TO THE NOTE, RELATING TO GERMAN BREACHES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW DURING 1914, 1915, 1916.

New York: George H. Doran Co., [1916].

D639.D5 F7.

 

 

Post, Louis Freeland, 1849-1928

THE DEPORTATIONS DELIRIUM OF NINETEEN-TWENTY : A PERSONAL NARRATIVE OF AN HISTORIC OFFICIAL EXPERIENCE.

Chicago : C.H. Kerr, c1923.

D570.8.A6 P6

Inscription: Comp[liments] of the author

 

 

Madariaga, Salvador de, 1886-1978.

DISARMAMENT.

London: Oxford, 1929.

JX1974 .M3.

 

 

Page, Kirby, 1890-1957.

DOLLARS AND WORLD PEACE: A CONSIDERATION OF NATIONALISM, INDUSTRIALISM AND IMPERIALISM.

New York: George H. Doran Co., 1927.

HC106.3 .P3.

 

 

Marburg, Theodore, 1862-1946 editor

DRAFT CONVENTION FOR LEAGUE OF NATIONS, BY GROUP OF AMERICAN JURISTS AND

PUBLICISTS; DESCRIPTION AND COMMENT.

New York, The Macmillan Co., 1918.

JX1975 .M35.

 

 

Morris, William, 1834-1896.

A DREAM OF JOHN BALL AND A KING'S LESSON.

London, New York:Longmans, Green and Co., 1920.

JX1964.1 .M87.

 

 

Urquhart, Francis Fortescue, 1868-1934.

THE EASTERN QUESTION.

London, New York: Oxford University Press, H. Milford, [1914].

D516 .M8.

 

 

Loria, Achille, 1857-1943.

THE ECONOMIC CAUSES OF WAR / BY ACHILLE LORIA... TRANSLATED BY JOHN LESLIE GARNER.

Chicago: C.H. Kerr & Co., 1918.

JX1252 .L65.

 

 

Keynes, John Maynard, 1883-1946.

THE ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF THE PEACE.

New York: Harcourt, Brace and Howe, 1920.

D648 .K4.

 

 

Hobson, J. A., 1858-1940.

THE ECONOMICS OF UNEMPLOYMENT.

Macmillan, 1923.

HB171.7 .H5.

 

 

Boeckel, Florence Brewer, b. 1885.

THE EFFORTS OF THE UNITED STATES TO BRING ABOUT WORLD PEACE: PLANS OF THE

FOUNDERS OF THIS REPUBLIC AND ITS STATESMEN TO ABOLISH WAR.

Washington: National Council for Prevention of War, 1927.

JX1961.A3 B6.

 

 

Great Britain. Board of Trade.

18TH ABSTRACT OF LABOUR STATISTICS.

London: Printed by H.M. Stationary Office, 1927.

HD8381 .A2.

 

 

Willis, Irene Cooper.

ENGLAND'S HOLY WAR: A STUDY OF ENGLISH LIBERAL IDEALISM DURING THE GREAT WAR.

New York: A.A. Knopf, 1928.

D633.W5 E5.

 

 

Beer, George Louis, 1872-1920.

THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING PEOPLES: THEIR FUTURE RELATIONS AND JOINT INTERNATIONAL OBLIGATIONS.

New York: The Macmillan Co., 1917.

D446 .B3.

 

 

Steiner, Edward Alfred, 1866-1956.

THE ETERNAL HUNGER: VIVID MOMENTS IN PERSONAL EXPERIENCE.

New York, Chicago : Fleming H. Revell Co., 1925.

JX1962 .S67.

Inscription: To Miss Jane Addams with the sincerest appreciation-- Edward A Steiner.  Christmas 1925.

 

 

Warner, Horace Everett, 1839-1930.

THE ETHICS OF FORCE.

Boston: Published for the International Union, by Ginn & Co., 1905.

JX1953 .W3.

 

 

Dickinson, G. Lowes, 1862-1932.

THE EUROPEAN ANARCHY.

New York: The Macmillan Co., 1916.

D511 .D34.

 

 

Williams, William W.  

EVERYBODY'S JOB.

New York: Williams Publications, 1926.

HN31 .W5.

 

 

Beck, James M., 1861-1936.

THE EVIDENCE IN THE CASE: AN ANALYSIS OF THE DIPLOMATIC RECORDS SUBMITTED BY

ENGLAND, GERMANY, RUSSIA, AND BELGIUM IN THE SUPREME COURT OF CIVILIZATION, AND THE CONCLUSIONS DEDUCIBLE AS TO THE MORAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE WAR.

New York and London: G. P. Putnam's sons, 1914.

D511 .B35.

 

 

Rust, Francis Marion.

EVOLUTION OF DEMOCRACY.

Tabriz: Printing press of Armenian Dioces in Azerbaijan, 1923.

D443 .R8.

Inscription: To Jane Addams of Hull House, whom all Americans love to honor [indecipherable] Jan. 24, 1921 -F Marion

 

 

Davie, Maurice R., (1893-1964).

THE EVOLUTION OF WAR: A STUDY OF ITS ROLE IN EARLY SOCIETIES.

New Haven: Yale University Press ; London: H. Milford, Oxford University Press,

1929.

JX1938 .D3.

 

 

Sayre, Francis Bowes, 1885-1972.

EXPERIMENTS IN INTERNATIONAL ADMINISTRATION.

New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1919.

JX1995 .S3.

 

 

Courtney, Kate.

EXTRACTS FROM A DIARY DURING THE WAR.

[London]: Printed for Private Circulation, 1927.

JX1962 .C8.

 

 

White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918.

THE FIRST HAGUE CONFERENCE.

Boston: World Peace Foundation, 1912.

JX1918 .W5.

 

 

Pan-Pacific Educational Conference (1st: 1921: Honolulu).

FIRST PAN-PACIFIC EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE, HONOLULU, AUGUST 11-24, 1921: HELD

UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE PAN-PACIFIC UNION AND CALLED BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OFEDUCATION. INVITATIONS FOR PARTICIPATION OF PACIFIC GOVERNMENTS SENT THROUGH THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. PROGRAM AND PROCEEDINGS.

[Honolulu, 1921].

L107 .P2 1921.

 

 

Hudson, Manley O., 1886-1960.

THE FIRST YEAR OF THE PERMANENT COURT OF INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE.

[New York, N.Y.?: s.n.], 1923.

JX1971.5 .H81.

 

 

Begtrup, Holger, 1859-1937.

THE FOLK HIGH SCHOOLS OF DENMARK AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A FARMING COMMUNITY / BY HOLGER BEGTRUP... HANS LUND ... PETER MANNICHE... WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY SIR MICHAEL SADLER.

London: Oxford University Press, H. Milford ; Kobenhavn: A. Busck, [1926].

LA875 .B4.

Inscription: To Miss Jane Adams with sincere thanks for your [indecipherable] in the International People's College. Peter Manniche

 

 

Cohen, Henrietta.

FOR MY SONS AND OTHER MOTHERS' SONS.

Cincinnati: Author, 1916.

JX1965 .C5.

 

 

Rolland, Romain, 1866-1944.

THE FORERUNNERS / BY ROMAIN ROLLAND, TRANSLATED BY EDEN AND CEDAR PAUL.

New York: Brace & Howe, [1920].

JX1964.2.R6 P62.

 

 

Ferrero, Guglielmo, 1871-1942.

FOUR YEARS OF FASCISM / BY GUGLIELMO FERRERO, TRANSLATED FROM THE ITALIAN "DA

FIUME A ROMA" BY E. W. DICKES, WITH A FOREWORD BY C. J. SQUIRE SPRIGGE.

London: P.S. King & Son, 1924.

DG571 .F45.

 

 

 Hudson, Manley O., 1886-1960.

THE FOURTH YEAR OF THE PERMANENT COURT OF INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE.
Worcester, Mass. ; New York: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Division of Intercourse and Education, [1926].

JX1971.5 .H84.

Inscription: With the compliments of Manley O. Hudson

 

 

Mayreder, Rosa Obermayer, 1858-1938.

DIE FRAU UND DER INTERNATIONALISMUS.

Wien: Frisch, [1920].

HN17 .M4.

 

 

Kallen, Horace Meyer, 1882-1974.

FREEDOM IN THE MODERN WORLD / EDITED BY HORACE M. KALLEN; LECTURES DELIVERED AT THE NEW SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH BY: WALTON H. HAMILTON, REV. JOHN A. RYAN, D.D., F. J. FOAKES-JACKSON... [AND OTHERS].

New York: Coward-McCann, 1928.

JC585 .K25.

 

 

Morgan, Frank, 1869-

FRENCH POLICY SINCE 1871 / BY F. MORGAN AND H. W. C. DAVIS.

London, New York: Oxford University Press, H. Milford, [1914].

D516 .M8.

 

 

Lynch, Ada Kyle.

FRIENDSHIP LAND, AND OTHER POEMS / BY ADA KYLE LYNCH AND ELEANORE LAWRENCE HATCH.

Chicago: Printed by W. A. Stambach, 1916.

JX1964.5 .L9.

 

 

Kallen, Horace Meyer, 1882-1974.

FRONTIERS OF HOPE.

New York: H. Liveright, 1929.

DS149 .K39.

 

 

Angell, Norman, 1874-1967.

THE FRUITS OF VICTORY; A SEQUEL TO "THE GREAT ILLUSION."

New York, The Century Co., 1921.

HC57 .A783 1921.

 

 

Babson, Roger Ward, 1875-1967.

THE FUTURE OF WORLD PEACE: A BOOK OF CHARTS SHOWING FACTS WHICH MUST BE

RECOGNIZED IN FUTURE PLANS FOR PEACE; STATISTICS AND PEACE / BY ROGER W. BABSON; LECTURES DELIVERED IN 1914 BEFORE THE ECONOMIC CLUB OF PROVIDENCE, THE ECONOMIC CLUB OF PORTLAND, AND OTHER SIMILAR BODIES.

Boston: Babson's Statistical Organization, 1915.

JX1953 .B15 1915a.

 

 

Norman, Carl Adolph, 1879-

A GALILEAN: DRAMATIC POEM IN SIX ACTS.

[Columbus, O.: The Phillips printing Co.], 1929.

JX1964.3 .N8.

Inscription: To Miss Jane Adams with the author's deepest respect and admiration.

 

 

Muralt-Ulrich, Thekla Von.

GEDICHTE UND NOVELLEN.

Wallisellen : [s.n.], 1918.

PT2643 .L6.

Inscription: Gift of W.I.L.P.F., Geneva, May 1941 ; Miss Jane Addams [indecipherable] Mai 1919

 

 

Witkop, Philipp, 1880-1942, editor

GERMAN STUDENTS' WAR LETTERS / TRANSLATED AND ARRANGED FROM THE ORIGINAL EDITION OF DR. PHILIPP WITKOP BY A. F. WEDD.

New York: E.P. Dutton and Co., [1929].

D640 .W82.

 

 

Germany. Auswärtiges Amt

THE GERMAN WHITE-BOOK (ONLY AUTHORIZED TRANSLATION): HOW RUSSIA AND HER RULER BETRAYED GERMANY'S CONFIDENCE AND THEREBY CAUSED THE EUROPEAN WAR, WITH THE ORIGINAL TELEGRAMS AND NOTES.

Berlin: Liebheit & Thiesen, 1914.

D639.P7 G3.

 

 

Fletcher, C. R. L., 1857-1934.

THE GERMANS: THEIR EMPIRE, HOW THEY HAVE MADE IT.

London, New York: Oxford University Press, H. Milford, [1914].

D639.P7 G7.

 

 

Kellogg, Vernon L., 1867-1937.

GERMANY IN THE WAR AND AFTER.

New York: The Macmillan Co., 1919.

D515 .K29.

Inscription: To Miss Jane Addams from Vernon Kellogg with warm regards, September 1919.

 

 

Mayreder, Rosa Obermayer, 1858-1938.

GESCHLECHT UND KULTUR: ESSAYS.

Jena: E. Diederichs, 1923.

HQ1210 .M2.

 

 

Hay, Ian. [pseud.]

GETTING TOGETHER / BY IAN HAY

London, New York: Hodder and Stoughton, 1917.

D523 .B44.

 

 

Mann, Horace.

GOD VS. MAMMON: OR "THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN IS AT HAND" (IF WE VOTE FOR IT).

Long Beach, California: Moyle, [1916].

HN83 .M2.

Inscription: Best wishes of the author, to Miss Jane Addams of Hull House Chicago.  Long Beach, Calif. June 7, 1926

 

 

Angell, Norman, 1874-1967.

THE GREAT ILLUSION: A STUDY OF THE RELATION OF MILITARY POWER IN NATIONS TO

THEIR ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL ADVANTAGE.

New York and London: G.P. Putnam's sons, 1910.

JX1952 .A73 1910.

 

 

La Fontaine, Henri, 1854-1943.

THE GREAT SOLUTION, MAGNISSIMA CHARTA: ESSAY ON EVOLUTIONARY AND CONSTRUCTIVE PACIFISM.

Boston: World Peace Foundation, 1916.

JX1952 .L15.

 

 

Suttner, Bertha von, 1843-1914.

"GROUND ARMS!" "DIE WAFFEN NIEDER!": A ROMANCE OF EUROPEAN WAR / BY BARONESS

BERTHA VON SUTTNER, WINNER OF THE NOBEL "PEACE PRIZE". TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN BY ALICE ASBURY ABBOTT.

Chicago: A.C. McClurg & Co., 1906.

JX1964.1.S9 W62.

 

 

Barclay, Thomas , 1853-1941.

THE HAGUE COURT AND VITAL INTERESTS.

London: Stevens and Sons, 1905.

JX1977 .B3.

 

 

THE HARBINGER OF PEACE.

New York: Published under the direction of the American Peace Society.

JX1901 .H28.

Volume 1 (1828/1829)

Title page has signature: Wm. Ladd

 

 

Butler, William Frederick, compiler

"HE SHALL SPEAK PEACE": LOVE: THE PATH TO PARADISE--PRESENT: ETERNAL / COMPILED  

BY DIGNUS NON SUM.

Milwaukee: W. F. Butler, 1915.

JX1964 .B8.

Inscription: Miss Jane Addams from Wm. F. Butler, Milwaukee October 14, 1915

 

 

Gale, Zona, 1874-1938.

HEART'S KINDRED.

New York: The Macmillan Co., 1915.

JX1964.1 .G14.

 

 

Meyer, Ernest Louis, 1892-1953.

"HEY! YELLOWBACKS!": THE WAR DIARY OF A CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR / BY ERNEST L.

MEYER ; FOREWORD BY WILLIAM ELLERY LEONARD.

New York: The John Day Co., c1930.

JX1968 .M4.

 

 

Royce, Josiah, 1855-1916.

THE HOPE OF THE GREAT COMMUNITY.

New York: The Macmillan Co., 1916.

D523 .R6.

Inscribed: Josiah Royce

 

 

Willis, Irene Cooper.

HOW WE GOT ON WITH THE WAR: A FURTHER STUDY OF LIBERAL IDEALISM.

Manchester [England] ; London: The National Labour Press, [1920].

D633.W5 H2.

 

 

Willis, Irene Cooper.

HOW WE WENT INTO THE WAR: A STUDY OF LIBERAL IDEALISM.

Manchester [England] ; London: The National Labour Press, [1919].

D633.W5 H1.

 

 

Rowntree, B. Seebohm, 1871-1954.

THE HUMAN FACTOR IN BUSINESS.

London, New York:Longmans, Green, and Co., 1925.

HD8390 .R7.

 

 

James, William, 1842-1910.

HUMAN IMMORTALITY: TWO SUPPOSED OBJECTIONS TO THE DOCTRINE.

Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1898.

BT923 .J3.

 

 

Dunning, William Archibald, 1857-1922.

A HUNDRED YEARS OF PEACE BETWEEN THE TWO GREAT ENGLISH-SPEAKING NATIONS /

PRINTED FROM THE PLATES OF "THE BRITISH EMPIRE AND THE UNITED STATES" ... FOR

THE USE OF MINISTERS IN THE PREPARATION OF SERMONS APPROPRIATE TO THE

CELEBRATION OF THE CENTENARY OF THE RATIFICATION OF THE GHENT TREATY OF PEACE ON SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1915, SENT OUT UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE FEDERAL COUNCIL OF THE CHURCHES OF CHRIST IN AMERICA AND THE CHURCH PEACE UNION.

New York: Scribner, 1915.

E183.8.G7 D91.

 

 

Mayreder, Rosa Obermayer, 1858-1938.

IDEEN DER LIEBE.

Jena: E. Diederichs, 1927.

HQ31 .M35.

 

 

Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931.

IMPERIAL DEMOCRACY: A STUDY OF THE RELATION OF GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE,

EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW, AND OTHER TENETS OF DEMOCRACY, TO THE DEMANDS OF A VIGOROUS FOREIGN POLICY AND OTHER DEMANDS OF IMPERIAL DOMINION.

New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1899.

JV568 1899 .J8.

 

 

Kauffman, Reginald Wright, 1877-

IN A MOMENT OF TIME: THINGS SEEN ON THE BREAD-LINE OF BELGIUM.

New York: Moffat, Yard and Co., 1915.

D541 .K2.

 

 

IN MEMORY OF EDWIN GINN, 1838-1914: MEMORIAL SERVICE AT THE SOUTH

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, BOSTON, SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1914, AT THREE O'CLOCK.

[Boston, 1914].

JX1962 .G6.

 

 

Williams, Albert Rhys, 1883-1962.

IN THE CLAWS OF THE GERMAN EAGLE.

New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1917.

D640 .W5.

Inscribed: To Jane Addams with gratitude for such inspiration, Albert R Williams.

 

 

Trask, Katrina, 1853-1922.

IN THE VANGUARD.

New York: The Macmillan Co., 1922.

JX1964.3 .T6 1922.

 

 

League to Enforce Peace (U.S.).

INDEPENDENCE HALL CONFERENCE HELD IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, BUNKER HILL DAY (JUNE 17TH), 1915: TOGETHER WITH THE SPEECHES MADE AT A PUBLIC BANQUET IN THE BELLVUE-STRATFORD HOTEL ON THE PRECEDING EVENING.

New York City: Printed by the League to Enforce Peace, [1915].

JX1908.U6 L4.

 

 

King, Willford Isbell, 1880-1962.

INDEX NUMBERS ELUCIDATED.

New York, London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1930.

HB225 .K5.

 

 

Redgrove, H. Stanley, 1887-1943.

THE INDICTMENT OF WAR / COMPILED  FROM THE WORKS OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST MINDS, BY H. STANLEY REDGROVE ... & JEANNE ROWBOTTOM, CONTAINING MANY

PASSAGES FROM THE WORKS OF FOREIGN AUTHORS NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH.

London: C.W. Daniel, 1919.

JX1937 .R35.

 

 

Peat, Harold Reginald, 1893-

THE INEXCUSABLE LIE / BY HAROLD R. PEAT ("PRIVATE PEAT").

New York, N.Y. ; Newark, N.J.: Barse & Hopkins], 1923.

JX1953 .P4.

 

 

Blymyer, William Hervey.

INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION: THE ISOLATION (OR NON-INTERCOURSE) PLAN, WITH A

PROPOSED CONVENTION.

[New York: Press of F. Payne, c1917].

JX1963 .B62.

Inscription: Miss Jane Addams with the compliments of the Author

 

 

INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS.

Philadelphia: The American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1919.

HC57 .A7.

 

 

Robertson, David Allan, editor.

INTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL RELATIONS OF THE U.S.

Washington, D.C.: American Council on Education, [1925].

LB2338 .R6.

 

 

Woolf, Leonard, 1880-1969.

INTERNATIONAL GOVERNMENT: TWO REPORTS BY L. S. WOOLF / PREPARED FOR THE FABIAN RESEARCH DEPARTMENT, WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY BERNARD SHAW; TOGETHER WITH A PROJECT BY A FABIAN COMMITTEE FOR A SUPERNATIONAL AUTHORITY THAT WILL PREVENT WAR.

London: Allen, 1916.

JX1975 .W6.

 

 

International Labour Office.

THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANISATION AND THE FIRST YEAR OF ITS WORK.

Geneva: [Printed by Atar], 1921.

HD7809 .I76.

 

 

Stein, Robert, 1857-

AN INTERNATIONAL POLICE TO GUARANTEE THE WORLD'S PEACE.

Washington, D.C.: Judd & Detweiler, 1912.

JX1963 .S6.

 

 

Eijkman, Pieter Hendrik, 1862-1914.

L'INTERNATIONALISME SCIENTIFIQUE (SCIENCES PURES ET LETTRES) / PAR P. H. EIJKMAN

; AVEC UN AVANT-PROPOS DU PROFESSEUR PAUL S. REINSCH.

La Haye: [W. P. van Stockum], 1911.

AS4 .F7.

 

 

Potter, Pitman B., 1892-

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION.

New York ; London: D. Appleton-Century Co., 1928.

JX3160.P6 I5 1928.

 

 

Holmes, John Haynes, 1879-1964.

IS VIOLENCE THE WAY OUT OF OUR INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES?

New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1920.

HD8072 .H7.

 

 

Feiling, Keith Grahame, Sir, 1884-

ITALIAN POLICY SINCE 1870.

London ; New York: Oxford Univ. Press, [1914].

D639.P7 G7.

 

 

Lepsius, Johannes, 1858-1926.

JESUS AT THE PEACE CONFERENCE: MINUTES OF THE COUNCIL OF THREE.

[The Hague: J. Lepsius, 1919].

JX1964.3 .L6.

 

 

JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL DISPUTES.

Baltimore: American Society for Judicial Settlement of International Disputes,

1913.

JX1932 .A6, v. 1913.

 

 

Russell, Bertrand, 1872-1970.

JUSTICE IN WAR TIME.

Chicago : The Open Court Publishing Co., 1916.

D523 .R7.

 

 

Muegge, M. A.

KEW GARDENS ADVENTURES: FAIRY TALES FOR GROWN-UPS.

London: Daniel, [1926].

JX1964.1 .M9.

Inscription: Gift of W.I.L.P.F., Geneva, May 1941 ; To Miss Jane Addams of Chicago with compliments from M.A.

 

 

Beckstrom, Theodor, 1872-

THE KEY TO PEACE AND THE FREEDOM OF THE SEVEN SEAS.

Philadelphia, Pa.: T. Beckstrom, 1927.

JX1953 .B38.

 

 

Estey, James Arthur.

THE LABOR PROBLEM.

New York : McGraw-Hill book Co., 1928.

HD4854 .E8.

 

 

Furniss, Edgar S.

LABOR PROBLEMS: A BOOK OF MATERIALS FOR THEIR STUDY.

Boston, New York: Houghton, Mifflin Co., 1925.

HD4901 .F8.

 

 

Kelchner, Warren H., 1895-

LATIN AMERICAN RELATIONS WITH THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

Boston, 1929.

JX1975.5 .S7.

 

 

Mead, Lucia True Ames, 1856-1936.

LAW OR WAR.

Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1928.

JX1952 .M34.

 

 

Dibblee, George Binney, 1868-

THE LAWS OF SUPPLY AND DEMAND, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THEIR INFLUENCE ON OVER-PRODUCTION AND UNEMPLOYMENT.

London: Constable and Co., 1912.

HB171 .D6.

 

 

Suttner, Bertha von, 1843-1914.

LAY DOWN YOUR ARMS: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MARTHA VON TILLING / BY BERTHA VON SUTTNER. AUTHORISED TRANSLATION BY T. HOLMES.

London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1908.

JX1964.1.S9 W622.

Inscription: See Advocate of Peace 1893 140, 142 ; Bertha v. Suttner Chicago Nov. 1912

 

 

Maxim, Hudson, 1853-1927, editor.

LEADING OPINIONS BOTH FOR AND AGAINST NATIONAL DEFENSE: A SYMPOSIUM OF OPINIONS OF EMINENT LEADERS OF AMERICAN THOUGHT ON THE SUBJECT OF OUR NEEDS FOR NATIONAL DEFENSE / COLLECTED AND ARRANGED BY HUDSON MAXIM; A HANDBOOK AND GUIDE FOR DEBATERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS, PRESENTING BOTH SIDES OF THE QUESTION WITH ABSOLUTE IMPARTIALITY.

[New York: Hearst's International Library Co., c1916].

JX1997 .M35.

 

 

Marburg, Theodore, 1862-1946.

LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

New York: The Macmillan Co., 1917-18.

JX1975 .M36.

Vols. 1 and 2

 

 

Seligman, Edwin R. A., 1861-1939.

THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

New York, 1924.

JX1975 .S4.

 

 

Alexander, Horace Gundry, 1889-1989.

THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS AND THE OPERATION OF THE MINORITY TREATIES.

London: Friends Book Center, [1926].

D655 .A6.

 

 

Apponyi, Albert, 1846-1933.

LECTURES ON THE PEACE PROBLEM AND ON THE CONSTITUTIONAL GROWTH OF HUNGARY: DELIVERED IN THE UNITED STATES AND IN CANADA, BY COUNT ALBERT APPONYI.

Budapest: St. Stephen's Printing Press Co., 1911.

JX1963 .A765.

 

 

Salomon, Alice, 1872-1948.

LEITFADEN DER WOHFAHRTSPFLEGE.

Leipzig ; Berlin: B. E. Teubner, 1921.

HV40 .S17.

Inscription: Jane Addams from Alice Salomon October 1921

 

 

Bausman, Frederick

LET FRANCE EXPLAIN,

London : G. Allen & Unwin, [1922]

D516.B46

 

 

Dubois, Raphael, 1849-

LETTRES SUR LE PACIFISME SCIENTIFIQUE ET L'ANTICINESE.

Paris: Delpeuch, 1927.

JX1953 .D8.

 

 

Rolland, Romain, 1866-1944.

LILULI / WITH THIRTY-TWO WOOD ENGRAVINGS BY FRANS MASEREEL.

New York: Boni & Liveright, 1920.

JX1964.3 .R6.

 

 

Bassett, John Spencer, 1867-1928.

THE LOST FRUITS OF WATERLOO.

New York: The Macmillan Co., 1918.

D610 .B35.

 

 

Jones, Jenkin Lloyd, 1843-1918.

LOVE FOR THE BATTLE-TORN PEOPLES: SERMON-STUDIES BY JENKIN LLOYD JONES, LL.D.,

FOR THE REINFORCEMENT OF FAITH.

Chicago: Unity Publishing Co., 1916.

JX1965.5 .J7.

 

 

Kagawa, Toyohiko, 1888-1960.

LOVE, THE LAW OF LIFE, BY TOYOHIKO KAGAWA; TRANSLATED BY J. FULLERTON GRESSITT, WITH A FOREWORD BY RUFUS M. JONES... AND A BIOGRAPHY OF MR. KAGAWA BY ELEANOR M. HINDER AND HELEN F. TOPPING.

Philadelphia, Chicago:, The John C. Winston Co., 1929.

JX1962 .K3.

 

 

Carpenter, Edward, 1844-1929.

LOVE'S COMING OF AGE: A SERIES OF PAPERS ON THE RELATIONS OF THE SEXES.

Chicago: Kerr, [1911?].

HQ31 .C3.

 

 

Brewster, Harold Sydney, 1879-

MADNESS OF WAR.

New York ; London: Harper, 1928.

JX1953 .B64.

 

 

Swiss Committee for the Study of the Principles of a Durable Treaty of Peace.

MEMORIAL CONCERNING THE PRINCIPLES OF A DURABLE TREATY OF PEACE.

Olten: Trösch, 1915.

D613 .S9.

 

 

Mayreder, Rosa Obermayer, 1858-1938.

MENSCH UND MENSCHLICHKEIT.

Wien: Braumüller, 1928.

HN17 .M4.

 

 

Coit, Stanton, 1857-1944, compiler.

THE MESSAGE OF MAN: A BOOK OF ETHICAL SCRIPTURES, GATHERED FROM MANY SOURCES AND ARRANGED BY STANTON COIT, PH.D.

London: S. Sonnenschein and Co., 1902.

BV4801 .C55.

 

 

Raleigh, Walter Alexander, 1861-1922.

MIGHT IS RIGHT.

London ; New York: Oxford Univ. Press, [1914].

D639.P7 G7.

 

 

Trask, Katrina, 1853-1922.

THE MIGHTY AND THE LOWLY.

New York: The Macmillan Co., 1915.

BT303 .T7.

 

 

Barnes, Roswell Parkhurst.

MILITARIZING OUR YOUTH: THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING

CORPS IN OUR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES / BY ROSWELL P. BARNES, WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY JOHN DEWEY.

New York: Committee on Militarism in Education, 1927.

JX1997.5 .B3.

 

 

American Union Against Militarism.

MILITARY AND NAVAL TRAINING OF THE CITIZEN FORCES OF THE U.S.: TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1917. STATEMENT OF MR. PHILIP SCHAEFER [BEFORE THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON MILITARY AFFAIRS].

Washington, D.C.: American Union Against Militarism, [1917].

JX1997 .A3.

 

 

Glasier, John Bruce, 1859-1920, editor

THE MINSTRELSY OF PEACE: A COLLECTION OF NOTABLE VERSE IN THE ENGLISH TONGUE,

RELATING TO PEACE AND WAR, RANGING FROM THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY TO THE PRESENT DAY/ COLLECTED, WITH NOTES AND AN INTRODUCTORY ESSAY ON POETRY AND WAR AND PEACE IN ENGLISH POETRY.

Manchester and London: National Labour Press Limited, [1920].

JX1964.5.A1 G5.

 

 

Bancroft, Edgar Addison, 1857-1925.

THE MISSION OF AMERICA, AND OTHER WAR-TIME SPEECHES OF EDGAR A. BANCROFT /

EDITED BY FREDERIC BANCROFT, WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY JOHN H. FINLEY.

Washington, D.C., 1927.

D509 .B3.

 

 

Lynch, Frederick Henry, 1867-1934, editor

MOBILISING FOR PEACE: ADDRESSES DELIVERED AT THE CONGRESS ON AMERICA AND THE PERMANENT COURT OF INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE.

New York, Chicago: Fleming H. Revell Co., 1924.

JX1937 .L8.

Jane Addams Hull-House "the author"

 

 

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. International Conference on

Chemical Warfare (1929: Frankfurt am Main).

DIE MODERNEN KRIEGSMETHODEN UND DER SCHUTZ DER ZIVILBEVÖLKERUNG: DOKUMENTE DER INTERNATIONALEN KOFERENZ IN FRANKFURT AM MAIN, AM 4., 5. UND 6. / JANUAR, 1929.

[Stuttgart, 1929].

JX1954.W8 C43.

Inscription: [Inscribed to Jane Addams in German]

 

 

Wirt, Loyal Lincoln, 1863-

THE MORAL EQUIVALENT OF WAR.

San Francisco: Western Division, National Council for Prevention of War, [1927].

JX1953 .W7.

 

 

Mayo, Katherine, 1868?-1940.

MOTHER INDIA.

New York: Harcourt, Brace, c1927.

DS421 .M4.

 

 

Hughes, Gwendolyn Salisbury.

MOTHERS IN INDUSTRY; WAGE-EARNING BY MOTHERS IN PHILADELPHIA.

New York: New Republic, 1925.

HD6096.P5 H8.

 

 

Angell, Norman, Sir, 1874-1967.

MUST BRITAIN TRAVEL THE MOSCOW ROAD? / BY NORMAN ANGELL. WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO LEON TROTSKY'S BOOK: WHERE IS BRITAIN GOING?

London: N. Douglas; [1926].

HC256.3 .B7.

 

 

Crozier, Alfred Owen.

NATION OF NATIONS: THE WAY TO PERMANENT PEACE; A SUPREME CONSTITUTION FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF GOVERNMENTS.

Cincinnati: Stewart & Kidd Co., 1915.

JX1953 .C7.

 

 

MacDonald, James Ramsay, 1866-1937.

NATIONAL DEFENCE: A STUDY IN MILITARISM.

London: G. Allen & Unwin ltd., [1918].

JX1997 .M2.

 

 

Young, George, 1872-

NATIONALISM AND WAR IN THE NEAR EAST / (BY A DIPLOMATIST); EDITED BY LORD

COURTNEY OF PENWITH.

Oxford: Clarendon Press ; London, New York:H. Milford, 1915.

DR46 .Y6.

 

 

Krehbiel, Edward B., b. 1878.

NATIONALISM, WAR AND SOCIETY: A STUDY OF NATIONALISM AND ITS CONCOMITANT, WAR, IN THEIR RELATION TO CIVILIZATION; AND OF THE FUNDAMENTALS AND THE PROGRESS OF THE OPPOSITION TO WAR / BY EDWARD KREHBIEL... WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY NORMAN ANGELL

New York: The Macmillan Co., 1916.

JX1952 .K8.

 

 

Johnson, James Weldon, 1871-1938.

NATIVE AFRICAN RACES AND CULTURE.

[Charlottesville, Va.], 1927.

GN645 .J55.

 

 

Fight the Famine Council.

THE NEEDS OF EUROPE: ITS ECONOMIC RECONSTRUCTION. A REPORT OF THE INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC CONFERENCE CALLED BY THE FIGHT THE FAMINE COUNCIL AND HELD AT CAXTON HALL, WESTMINSTER, ON THE 11TH, 12TH, AND 13TH OF OCTOBER, 1920.

London, 1921.

D648 .F4.

 

 

Brown, Mabel Webster.

NEUROPSYCHIATRY AND THE WAR: A BIBLIOGRAPHY WITH ABSTRACTS / PREPARED BY MABEL WEBSTER BROWN... EDITED BY FRANKWOOD E. WILLIAMS.

New York City: War Work Committee, the National Committee for Mental Hygiene, 1918.

JX1997 .B8.

 

 

Brown, Mabel Webster.

NEUROPSYCHIATRY AND THE WAR: SUPPLEMENT I, OCTOBER 1918.

New York City: War Work Committee, the National Committee for Mental Hygiene, 1918.

JX1997 .B8. Supp.

 

 

Duhamel, Georges, 1884-1966.

THE NEW BOOK OF MARTYRS: FROM THE FRENCH OF GEORGES DUHAMEL.

London: W. Heinemann, [1918].

D640 .D75.

 

 

Toynbee, Arnold Joseph, 1889-1975.

THE NEW EUROPE: SOME ESSAYS IN RECONSTRUCTION / BY ARNOLD TOYNBEE ... WITH AN

INTRODUCTION BY THE EARL OF CROMER.

London and Toronto: J.M. Dent ; New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1916.

D610 .T6.

 

 

Faunce, William Herbert Perry, 1859-1930.

THE NEW HORIZON OF STATE AND CHURCH.

New York: The Macmillan Co., 1918.

D639.R4 F3.

 

 

Holmes, John Haynes, 1879-1964.

NEW WARS FOR OLD, BEING A STATEMENT OF RADICAL PACIFISM IN TERMS OF FORCE VERSUS NON-RESISTANCE, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE FACTS AND PROBLEMS OF THE GREAT WAR.

New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1916.

JX1952 .H7.

 

 

Eddy, Sherwood, 1871-1963.

THE NEW WORLD OF LABOR.

New York: George H. Doran Co., 1923.

HD4854 .E3.

 

 

Addams, Jane, 1860-1935.

NEWER IDEALS OF PEACE.

New York: The Macmillan Co. ; London: Macmillan & Co., ltd., 1907.

JX1952 .A25.

 

 

Addams, Jane, 1860-1935.

NEWER IDEALS OF PEACE.

Chautauqua, N.Y.: The Chautauqua Press, 1907.

JX1952 .A25c.

 

 

Irwin, Will, 1873-1948.

"THE NEXT WAR": AN APPEAL TO COMMON SENSE.

New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1921.

D523 .I87.

 

 

THE NEXT WAR: THREE ADDRESSES DELIVERED AT A SYMPOSIUM AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY, NOVEMBER 18, 1924, BY NORRIS F. HALL, ZECHARIAH CHAFEE, JR., MANLEY O. HUDSON.

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Woods, Amy.

NICARAGUA AND THE U.S.: A THOROUGH, AUTHORITATIVE PRESENTATION OF THE POLITICAL,ECONOMIC, AND HISTORICAL PHASES OF THE NICARAGUAN SITUATION.

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Blymyer, William Hervey.

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OCCUPIED HAITI: BEING THE REPORT OF A COMMITTEE OF SIX DISINTERESTED AMERICANS

REPRESENTING ORGANIZATIONS EXCLUSIVELY AMERICAN, WHO, HAVING PERSONALLY STUDIED CONDITIONS IN HAITI IN 1926, FAVOR THE RESTORATION OF THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE NEGRO REPUBLIC / EDITED BY EMILY GREENE BALCH.

New York: The Writers Publishing Company, 1927.

F1926 .B17.

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Kehler, James Howard.

AN OPEN LETTER TO THE NATION WITH REGARD TO A PEACE PLAN.

New York: M. Kennerley, 1915.

JX1963 .K42.

 

 

Murray, Gilbert, 1866-1957.

THE ORDEAL OF THIS GENERATION.

New York and London: Harper, 1929.

JX1952 .M85.

 

 

National Council for Prevention of War (U.S.).

ORGANIZATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES THAT PROMOTE INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING AND WORLD PEACE.

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Whipple, Leon.

OUR ANCIENT LIBERTIES : THE STORY OF THE ORIGIN AND MEANING OF CIVIL AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY IN THE UNITED STATES.

New York : H.W. Wilson, 1927.

JC599.U5 W4

 

 

Maxwell, George Hebard, b. 1860

OUR NATIONAL DEFENSE: THE PATRIOTISM OF PEACE / BY GEORGE H. MAXWELL; THE

FOURTH BOOK OF THE HOMECROFTERS.

Washington ; New Orleans: Rural Settlements Association, 1915.

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Almond, David Moses, b. 1870

OUT OF CHAOS.

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JX1965.5 .A4.

Inscribed: To the great worker for Human Fellowship this book is presented by David M Almond.

 

 

OUT OF THEIR OWN MOUTHS: UTTERANCES OF GERMAN RULERS, STATESMEN, SAVANTS,

PUBLICISTS, JOURNALISTS, POETS, BUSINESS MEN, PARTY LEADERS AND SOLDIERS.

New York: Appleton, 1917.

D515 .O9.

 

 

Morrison, Charles Clayton, b. 1874

THE OUTLAWRY OF WAR: A CONSTRUCTIVE POLICY FOR WORLD PEACE... / WITH AN

AFTERWORD BY JOHN DEWEY.

Chicago: Willett, 1927.

JX1952 .M63 1927.

 

 

Levinson, Salmon Oliver, 1865-1941.

OUTLAWRY OF WAR. DECEMBER 25, 1921.

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Ingram, John K., 1823-1907.

OUTLINES OF THE HISTORY OF RELIGION.

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BL80 .I54.

 

 

THE OVERTHROW OF THE WAR SYSTEM / [Contributions by] JANE ADDAMS... [AND OTHERS] LUCIA AMES MEAD, EDITOR.

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JX1953 .M57.

 

 

PACIFISM IN THE MODERN WORLD / EDITED BY DEVERE ALLEN.

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PAX INTERNATIONAL.

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Addams, Jane, 1860-1935.

PEACE AND BREAD IN TIME OF WAR.

New York: The Macmillan Co., 1922.

JX1965 .A3.

 

 

Griscom, Anna Bassett, 1889-1974, compiler

PEACE CRUSADERS; ADVENTURES IN GOODWILL: A BOOK OF RECITATIONS FOR CHILDREN, STORIES - POEMS - ESSAYS / COMPILED BY ANNA BASSETT GRISCOM FOR THE AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA.

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Moritzen, Julius.

THE PEACE MOVEMENT OF AMERICA.

New York: The Knickerbocker Press, 1912

JX1961.A3 M6

To Miss Jane Addams with the compliments of the author.  Boston, Jan 15 1915

 

 

Gibbs, Jessie Wiseman.

PEACE SONNETS.

Villisca, Iowa.: The Author, 1915.

JX1964.5 .G4.

 

 

Angell, Norman, 1874-1967.

THE PEACE TREATY AND THE ECONOMIC CHAOS OF EUROPE.

London: The Swarthmore Press, 1920.

HC57 .A786.

 

 

Lee, Vernon, 1856-1935.

PEACE WITH HONOUR: CONTROVERSIAL NOTES ON THE SETTLEMENT.

London: Union of Democratic Control, 1915.

D613 .P13.

Inscription: To Miss Jane Addams from Vernon Lee, grateful for the hope she lives and represents.

 

 

Peat, David A.

PERSONAL SERVICE FOR PEACE!: A PRACTICAL PROPOSAL FOR MEN OF GOODWILL.

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Towne, Charles Arnette, b. 1858

PHILIPPINE INDEPENDENCE: SPEECH OF HON. CHARLES A. TOWNE, OF MINNESOTA, IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES... JANUARY 28, 1901.

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Mayreder, Rosa Obermayer, 1858-1938.

PIPIN: EIN SOMMERERLEBNIS.

Leipzig: Seemann, 1903.

PT2625.B1 P6.

 

 

Claparède-Spir, Hélène, compiler

POUR L'ENTENTE DES PEUPLES: VOIX DE FRANCE, D'ALLEMAGNE ET D'ANGLETERRE.

Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1925.

JX1937 .C5.

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Anson, Harold, b. 1867

A PRACTICAL FAITH / BY HAROLD ANSON; WITH A PREFACE BY THE REV. H. R. L.

SHEPPARD.

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Fisher, Walter Lowrie, 1862-1935.

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Academy of Political Science (U.S.).

THE PRESERVATION OF PEACE: A SERIES OF ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE

ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ACADEMY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK,

NOVEMBER 23, 1928 / EDITED BY PARKER THOMAS MOON.

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Mead, Edwin D., 1849-1937.

THE PRINCIPLES OF THE FOUNDERS / BY EDWIN D. MEAD; ORATION BEFORE THE CITY

GOVERNMENT AND CITIZENS OF BOSTON AT FANEUIL HALL, JULY 4, 1903.

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Mlynarski, Feliks John, b. 1884

THE PROBLEMS OF THE COMING PEACE.

New York: Polish Book Importing Co., 1916.

D610 .M9.

 

 

American Society for Judicial Settlement of International Disputes.

PROCEEDINGS OF FOURTH NATIONAL CONFERENCE

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Pan-Pacific Food Conservation Conference (1st: 1924: Honolulu).

PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIRST PAN-PACIFIC FOOD CONSERVATION CONFERENCE: HELD UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE PAN-PACIFIC UNION. HONOLULU, HAWAII, JULY 31 TO AUGUST 14, 1924 / PUBLICATION COMMITTEE: H. P. AGEE, O. H. SWEZEY, F. G. KRAUSS.

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Hapgood, Norman, 1868-1937, editor

PROFESSIONAL PATRIOTS / EDITED BY NORMAN HAPGOOD; MATERIAL ASSEMBLED BY SIDNEY HOWARD AND JOHN HEARLEY, AND EXPOSURE OF THE PERSONALITIES, METHODS AND OBJECTIVES INVOLVED IN THE ORGANIZED EFFORT TO EXPLOIT PATRIOTIC IMPULSES IN THESE UNITED STATES DURING AND AFTER THE LATE WAR.

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Boeckel, Florence Brewer, b. 1885.

PROGRESS OF THE CENTURIES TOWARD WORLD ORGANIZATION.

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Gargaz, Pierre André.

A PROJECT OF UNIVERSAL AND PERPETUAL PEACE / WRITTEN BY PIERRE- ANDRÉ GARGAZ, A FORMER GALLEY-SLAVE, AND PRINTED BY BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AT PASSY IN THE YEAR 1782. HERE REPRINTED, TOGETHER WITH AN ENGLISH VERSION, INTRODUCTION, & TYPOGRAPHICAL NOTE BY GEORGE SIMPSON EDDY.

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Walling, William English, 1877-1936.

THE PROSPECTS FOR ECONOMIC INTERNATIONALISM.

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Gregg, Richard Bartlett, b. 1885

THE PSYCHOLOGY AND STRATEGY OF GANDHI'S NON-VIOLENT RESISTANCE.

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Lowell, A. Lawrence

PUBLIC OPINION AND WORLD PEACE.

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HM261 .L8

 

 

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PUBLIC OPINION IN WAR AND PEACE.

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Rouse, Ruth.

REBUILDING EUROPE: THE STUDENT CHAPTER IN POST-WAR RECONSTRUCTION / BY RUTH

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A RECONSTRUCTION LABOR POLICY.

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Eddy, Sherwood, 1871-1963.

RELIGION AND SOCIAL JUSTICE.

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Moulton, Harold Glenn, 1883-1965.

THE REPARATION PLAN: AN INTERPRETATION OF THE REPORTS OF THE EXPERT COMMITTEES APPOINTED BY THE REPARATION COMMISSION, NOVEMBER 30, 1923 / BY HAROLD G. MOULTON, WITH THE AID OF THE COUNCIL AND STAFF OF THE INSTITUTE OF ECONOMICS.

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Conference on the Cause and Cure of War (1st: 1925: Washington, D.C.).

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Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Congress (2nd: 1919: Zürich).

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Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Congress (3rd: (1921: Vienna).

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Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Congress (4th: 1924:  Washington, D.C.).

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Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Congress (5th: 1926: Dublin).

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Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Congress (6th: 1929: Prague).

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Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Congress (7th: 1932: Grenoble).

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International Council of Women (1904: Berlin).

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Fried, Alfred H.,1864-1921.

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Keynes, John Maynard, 1883-1946.

A REVISION OF THE TREATY: BEING A SEQUEL TO THE ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF THE

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Branford, Victor.

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Chirol, Valentine, 1852-1929.

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Fosdick, Harry Emerson, 1878-1969.

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Wisconsin Woman's Suffrage Association. Education Committee.

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Nasmyth, George William, 1882-1920.

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Evans, Luther Harris, 1902-

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Foerster, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1869-1966.

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Willits, Joseph H., b. 1889.

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Smith, Helen Zenna, 1896-1985.

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MacKaye, Percy, 1875-1956.

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Great Britain. Committee on Industry and Trade.

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Mead, Lucia True Ames, 1856-1936.

SWORDS AND PLOUGHSHARES: OR, THE SUPPLANTING OF THE SYSTEM OF WAR BY THE SYSTEM OF LAW / BY LUCIA AMES MEAD... WITH A FOREWORD BY BARONESS VON SUTTNER.

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Moon, Parker Thomas, 1892-1936.

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Kennedy, Charles Rann, 1871-

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Simkhovitch, Vladimir Grigorievitch, b. 1874

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Bourne, Randolph Silliman, 1886-1918.

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Hulst, Cornelia Steketee.

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Mayreder, Rosa Obermayer, 1858-1938.

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JX1965 .H3.

 

 

WAR AS VIEWED BY JESUS AND THE EARLY CHURCH: A BODY OF EVIDENCE / PREPARED BY

WILFRED WELLOCK.

London: No More War Movement, [1930?].

JX1965.5 .W4.

 

 

Allen, William Charles, 1857-1938.

WAR!: BEHIND THE SMOKE SCREEN / BY WILLIAM C. ALLEN.

Philadelphia, Chicago : The John C. Winston Co., 1929.

JX1953 .A432.

 

 

WAR-CHRONICLE: WAR JOURNAL, SOLDIERS' LETTERS, PICTURES OF THE WAR. (Issue for February 1915).

Berlin : M. Berg, 1915.

D639.P7 G31.

 

 

Cocks, Frederick Seymour, b. 1882

THE WAR DANGER: STARTLING REVELATIONS OF PRESENT-DAY DIPLOMACY / WITH MAPS BY DOROTHY WOODMAN.

[London, England]: No More War Movement, [1928].

D653 .C6.

Inscription: I thought this might interest you - with love, C.F. Urie

 

 

Bruce, Stewart E.

THE WAR GUILT AND PEACE CRIME OF THE ENTENTE ALLIES.

New York: F.L. Searl & Co., 1920.

D511 .B73.

 

 

Asquith, H. H., 1852-1928.

THE WAR, ITS CAUSES AND ITS MESSAGE: SPEECHES DELIVERED BY THE PRIME MINISTER,

AUGUST-OCTOBER, 1914.

London: Methuen & Co. ltd., 1914.

D517 .O8.

 

 

Brailsford, Henry Noel, 1873-1958.

THE WAR OF STEEL AND GOLD: A STUDY OF THE ARMED PEACE.

London: G. Bell and Sons, 1914.

D443 .B7.

 

 

Key, Ellen Karolina Sofia, 1849-1926.

WAR, PEACE, AND THE FUTURE: A CONSIDERATION OF NATIONALISM AND INTERNATIONALISM, AND OF THE RELATION OF WOMEN TO WAR / BY ELLEN KEY... TRANSLATED BY HILDEGARD NORBERG.

New York and London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1916.

JX1965 .K5.

 

 

Unruh, Fritz von, 1885-1970.

WAY OF SACRIFICE / TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN BY C. A. MACARTNEY.

New York: A. A. Knopf, 1928.

JX1964.1.U5062.

 

 

Filene, E. A., 1860-1937.

THE WAY OUT: A FORECAST OF COMING CHANGES IN AMERICAN BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY.

Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1924.

HF5351 .F5.

 

 

Austrian, Delia.

WAYS OF WAR AND PEACE.

Larchmont, N.Y.: Stanhope-Dodge Publishing Co., 1914.

D640 .A8.

Inscription: To Miss Jane Addams, who is everywhere recognized as one of the world's ablest and noblest women.

 

 

Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931.

WAYS TO LASTING PEACE.

Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merill Co., 1916.

JX1952 .J73.

 

 

Wiley, William M.

"WEST VIRGINIA COAL FIELDS;": WILLIAM M. WILEY'S TESTIMONY AS TAKEN FROM

VOLUMES ONE AND TWO OF THE OFFICIAL RECORDS OF THE "HEARINGS BEFORE THE

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR, U.S. SENATE, 67TH CONGRESS, 1ST SESSION,

PURSUANT TO SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 80..."

Charleston, W. Va.: Kanawha Coal Operators' Assoc., [1921].

HD6350 .M6.

 

 

Vanderlip, Frank A., 1864-1937.

WHAT HAPPENED TO EUROPE.

New York: The Macmillan Co., 1919.

HC57 .V3.

 

 

Vanderlip, Frank A., 1864-1937.

WHAT NEXT IN EUROPE?

New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1922.

HC57 .V32.

 

 

Norris, Kathleen Thompson, 1880-1966.

WHAT PRICE PEACE?: A HANDBOOK OF PEACE FOR AMERICAN WOMEN.

Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1928.

JX1965 .N6.

 

 

Baker, Ray Stannard, 1870-1946.

WHAT WILSON DID AT PARIS.

Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1919.

D644 .B25.

Inscription: To Jane Addams with the highest regard of Ray Stannard Baker.

 

 

Chilton, Carroll Brent.

WHO WON THE SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE?: UNCLE SAM'S PLEA FOR HUMANITY AT THE GENEVA DISARMAMENT CONFERENCE.

[S.l.: s.n.], 1931.

JX1974 .C5.

Inscription: Jane Adams in admiration by the author Carroll Brent Chilton Dec 24 1937 [?].

 

 

WHY WE ARE AT WAR: GREAT BRITAIN'S CASE / BY MEMBERS OF THE OXFORD FACULTY OF

MODERN HISTORY; WITH AN APPENDIX OF ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS, INCLUDING THE AUTHORIZED ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE WHITE BOOK ISSUED BY THE GERMAN GOVERNMENT ; CONTAINING THE RUSSIAN ORANGE BOOK AND EXTRACTS FROM THE BELGIAN GREY BOOK.