Mabel L. Hyers to Daisy Touzon Kay, November 17, 1915


November the 17th, 1915.

My dear Mrs. Kay:

It is good to know that your club is contemplating a meeting for peace, and it is a pleasure to send you under separate cover some literature which I think will be of help to you.

Newspaper clippings, for the most part, are of no value whatever, for either the facts are painted, or there is no efficient report of the activities.

I might say in passing that the Woman's Peace Party has one hundred and fifty groups and four hundred and fifty National members, aside from those who have joined groups.

Sincerely yours,

Assistant Secretary.

Mrs. Daisy Kay,
Morocco, Indiana.

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