June 11th 1917
I am [taking] the liberty of enclosing with this a clipping, just made today from the Minneapolis Morning Tribune.
I wonder how near right it is; I am a Militant Pacifist and believe now as always, is the time to protest in the name of what I believe to be a majority of the Am. people in the further prosecution of this war -- and call upon Prest Wilson to seek for Peace and not [further] war.
I would much appreciate receiving a copy of your address if it is convenient to send it to me. Excuse this intrusion
Respectfully yours, R. H. Abraham [page 2]
Thanking you in advance and hoping very much I may be favored in the way I ask.
Please address me at # Lumber Exchange Bldg Minneapolis, Minn.