My dear Miss Chamberlain
Mr Kellogg asked me to write you in case I thought that any part of Mr Dell's letter could be used for publication. He is the Paris correspondent for the Manchester Guardian, and I think a perfectly trustworthy man but I imagine he considered the letter a confidential one to Mr Ford. If the proposition is [page 2] turned down -- as it doubtless will be -- may I then write you in regard to using it in The Survey.
I am awfully sorry not to attend Miss Balch's luncheon on Saturday, as I regret so many things I am missing these days. Faithfully yours
Aug 10" 1916