Speech on Patriotism (Document 3), item 4

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teachers association. The interest

in the Peace League has

steadily grown. In 1911 at

Detroit, a half dozen gathered

to listen to President Jones of

Ypsilanti, a lifelong adherent

of the cause. In 1912, at Grand

Rapids, thirty-five

were present. In 1913,

at Ann Arbor a hundred

and fifty were in attendance,

and the

address was given by

Hamilton Holt, editor of

the Independent. Last year

of Kalamazoo, the  Methodist

Church was well filled

drawn by interest in

Pres. Dickie's account

of his personal experiences

in the war zone. This fall

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teachers association. The interest

in the Peace League has

steadily grown. In 1911 at

Detroit, a half dozen gathered

to listen to President Jones of

Ypsilanti, a lifelong adherent

of the cause. In 1912, at Grand

Rapids, thirty-five

were present. In 1913,

at Ann Arbor a hundred

and fifty were in attendance,

and the

address was given by

Hamilton Holt, editor of

the Independent. Last year

of Kalamazoo, the  Methodist

Church was well filled

drawn by interest in

Pres. Dickie's account

of his personal experiences

in the war zone. This fall


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  • November 17, 2017 21:16:47 Thomas A. Lingner

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    teachers association. The interest

    in the Peace League has

    steadily grown. In 1911 at

    Detroit, a half dozen gathered

    to listen to President Jones of

    Ypsilanti, a lifelong adherent

    of the cause. In 1912, at Grand

    Rapids, thirty-five

    were present. In 1913,

    at Ann Arbor a hundred

    and fifty were in attendance,

    and the

    address was given by

    Hamilton Holt, editor of

    the Independent. Last year

    of Kalamazoo, the  Methodist

    Church was well filled

    drawn by interest in

    Pres. Dickie's account

    of his personal experiences

    in the war zone. This fall

  • September 5, 2017 18:50:51 Annick Rodriguez

    4/

    teachers association. The inter-

    est in this the Peace League has

    steadily grown. In 1911 at

    Detroit, a half dozen gathered

    to listen to President Jones of

    Ypsilanti a lifelong adherent

    of the cause. In 1912, at Grand

    Rapids, twenty thirty-five

    were present. In 1913, 150

    at Ann Arbor a hundred

    and fifty galt were in

    attendance, to listen and the

    address was given by

    Hamilton Holt, editor of

    the Independent. Last year

    of Kalamazoo, the  Methodist

    Church was well filled

    drawn by interest in

    Pres. Dickie's account

    of his personal experiences

    in the war zone. This fall


  • September 5, 2017 18:48:12 Annick Rodriguez

    4/

    teachers association. The inter-

    est in this the Peace League has

    steadily grown. In 1911 at

    Detroit, a half dozen gathered

    to listen to President Jones of

    Ypsilanti a lifelong adherent

    of the cause. In 1912, at Grand

    Rapids, thirty-five

    were present. In 1913,

    at Ann Arbor a hundred

    and fifty were in

    attendance, and an

    address was given by

    Hamilton Holt, editor of

    the Independent  L 

    of Kalamazoo, the the Methodist

    Church was well filled

    drawn by interest in

    Pres. Dickins account

    of his personal experiences

    in the war zone. This fall


  • June 30, 2017 14:24:16 Irina Mastan

    4/

    teachers association. the

    interest in the Peace League has

    steadily grown. In 1911 at

    Detroit, a half dozen gathered

    to listen to President Jonn of

    Ypsilanti a lifelong adherent

    of the cause. In 1912, at Grand

    Rapids, thirty-five

    were present. In 1913,

    at Ann Arbor a hundred

    and fifty were in

    attendance, and an

    address was given by

    Hamilton Holt, editor of

    the Independent  L 

    of Kalamazoo, the the Methodist

    Church was well filled

    drawn by interest in

    Pres. Dickins account

    of his personal experiences

    in the war zone. This fall


  • June 30, 2017 14:19:11 Irina Mastan

    4/

    teachers association. the

    interest in the Peace League has

    steadily grown. In 1911 at

    Detroit, a half dozen gathered

    to listen to President Jonn of

    Ypsilanti a lifelong adherent

    of the cause. In 1912, at Grand

    Rapids, thirty-five



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    Saginaw, Michigan, USA

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October 2, 1915
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