Eleanor Daggett Karsten to Wilhelmina Marie Bruere, February 19, 1917



The Woman's Peace Party,

116 S. Michigan Ave.,

Room 1506 Chicago, Ill. [page 2]

International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace

The Section for the United States of America
The Woman's Peace Party
Office: 116 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, Illinois

My dear Miss Bruere:

Thank you very much for your kind letter of February 15th. Miss Addams has just left for New York, else she would acknowledge herself the contribution from Mrs. Vanderlip toward the Special Fund for the Woman's Congress After the War. This fund, I am sure you will be glad to know, now stands at about twelve thousand dollars.

I appreciate very much your personal message. May I tell you again with what pleasure I remember the brief meetings that I had with you and my short experience in the National City Bank. I very much hope that you found just the person whom you wanted to undertake the splendid work that you had in mind. May I come to see you some time when I am in New York?

Sincerely yours,

Eleanor G. Karsten [signed]
Office Secretary
Miss M. M. Bruere,
55 Wall Street,
New York City.