Grace Orchard Enck to Jane Addams, November 12, 1915

1205 State St.
Lima Ohio
Miss Jane [Addams].
Chicago -- Ill.

My dear Miss [Addams] --

We have a very interesting and enthusiastic little club in Lima and this year we have a very interesting program. On this program I have been given the subject "Social Workers," I realize its importance and how big it is -- so the first thought that [page 2] came into my mind was you and the Woman's Peace Conference at The Hague -- I hope you will not consider this little note of mine presumptuous and that I shall not discommode you but I felt it would bring you and the subject in such close contact with our club if I could have something personal from you. Would it be asking too much if you would give me some of the interesting facts of this Conference and the [worries] of some of the great Social Workers ahead, I do not want this gratis, Miss [Addams] and want to send you any remuneration you may ask.

Hoping I shall not be too great an annoyance I am

Most Sincerely Mrs. Henry S. Enck [signed]

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