Theodore Roosevelt to Jane Addams, January 24, 1906

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THE WHITE HOUSE,
WASHINGTON.

January 24, 1906.

My dear Miss Addams:

Good for you! I shall see Mr. Neill, but <and tell him to> keep me informed if there is anything I can do to help out.

Will you let me say a word of very sincere thanks to you for the eminent sanity, good-humor and judgment you always display in pushing matters you have at heart? I have such awful times with reformers of the hysterical and sensational stamp, and yet I so thoroughly believe in reform, that I fairly revel in dealing with anyone like you.

With all good wishes, believe me,

Sincerely yours, 

Theodore Roosevelt [signed]

Miss James Addams,
335 South Halsted Street,
Chicago.

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