Alice Stone Blackwell to Jane Addams, April 14, 1917

3 Monadnock St.
Dorchester, Mass.

April 14, 1917.

Dear Miss Addams:

When I was in Chicago at the time of the National Republican Convention, you gave me a message for Mrs. Breshkovsky. I have forgotten what it was, but I duly conveyed it to her in my next letter. Here is her response, which has just lately arrived, after a very long delay, due either to the censor or the mails.

I hope you will give out to the Associated Press so much of it as is of public interest.

With warm [page 2] gratitude to you for standing up in Washington for the right of free speech, I remain

Yours always affectionately,

Miss Stone Blackwell

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