WOMEN'S INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM
March 29" 1921
My dear Mrs [Terrell]
I was chairman of a committee in the Chicago Branch on the colored troops on the Rhine and came to exactly the same conclusion which you have reached, that we would protest against the occupation of enemy territory not against any special troops.
I am quite sure that you will find the annual meeting absolutely fine on this subject and I hope very much that you will be able to attend the meeting on Monday April 11th when the matter will probably come up.
I have just come back from St Louis and found your letter [here], please excuse the hasty reply.
Faithfully yours Jane Addams