My dear Miss Addams:
I cannot deny myself the pleasure of telling you how proud I am and how much strengthened I feel that I should have your approval and support. I know that you always act with such genuineness that no support could hearten me more than yours.
May I not also say with what interest I read your article in the Atlantic Monthly on "The devil baby at Hull House?" The pathos and revelation of it all are indeed poignant and I carried away from reading the article what I am sure will be a very permanent impression.
Cordially and sincerely yours,
Woodrow Wilson [signed]