THE WOMAN'S PEACE PARTY
My dear Miss Addams: --
Mrs. Post has written that before leaving Philadelphia she saw you "happy on the way" to Chicago. She has sent me a sketchy report of the meeting yesterday, with the promise of a satisfactory conference upon her return tomorrow. Meantime, I have asked Mrs. Slayden to move in the matter of presenting the Nicaragua statement to the President, and she has undertaken it.
I am enclosing a copy of a proposed letter to our state and Congressional chairmen, branches, groups and all individual members in connection with the parade. Please touch it up, or even throw it in the wastebasket, if you think of a better way. This should have gone as an enclosure to Mrs. Karsten, but her letter was mailed without it.
I hope you are safe at home again after a comfortable journey. I am sorry not to have seen you.
Harriet P. Thomas [signed]