April 10, 1906.
My dear Mr. Page:
I am very grateful for your kind letter and offer of publication of the "Ladies' Home Journal" articles if they are expanded into a book. In the midst of writing them I did make an outline of four more chapters and I have felt some enthusiasm toward going on with it but have since become so immersed in the Chicago School Board that I find it hard to pull my mind out of it long enough to think of books;
I am also to give <[Although]> a course of lectures <I am to give> at the University of Wisconsin this summer which are to be handed over to Macmillans September first as the material to my long promised book in Mr. Ely's series.
<I am afraid these lectures will exhaust me [although] I should be glad to submit some of the Ladies Home Journal [material?] to you.> I have a very cordial letter in regard to publishing the book <articles> from Mr. McClure [page 2] and a somewhat formal one from Appletons.
You are all very kind to believe in the success of an unwritten document, but <and> if anything will make it possible it will be letters such as yours.
Perhaps I shall be able to submit some material to you before long.
Jane Addams. [signed]