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The personal diary kept by Annie Hughes Griffiths, Chair of the Welsh League of Nations Union (WLNU) as a record of the 1924 America women's peace appeal tour (and memorial signed by 390,297 Welsh women) - the full story of which can be explored at:

Annie's diary has been fully transcribed by volunteers in Wales and America over 2018-21, and can be viewed openly thorugh Google docs at:

The diary contains sections detailing the delegation's experiences (excerpts from which are spotlighted in the WCIA above) at various stages of the 2 month Peace Tour to America:
7.1 The 'send off' from London Euston (with a royal train carriage)
7.2 Liverpool & Transatlantic Crossing on White Star Line's SS Cedric
7.3 Reception in New York with Women's movements of America
7.4 White House in Washington – presenting the memorial to President Coolidge and the Smithsonian
7.5 Peace Tour of the United States – Chicago, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Colorado, Arizona and the Grand Canyon, and back.
7.6 Return, an Engagement and a Wedding in New York - Leila Megane and Eluned Prys Kotschnig.
7.7 Annie’s Reflections and notes

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