Albert E. Winship to Jane Addams, January 28, 1908

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JOURNAL OF EDUCATION
29A BEACON STREET
BOSTON
EDITORIAL ROOMS

Jan. 28, 1908.

Miss Jane Addams,
Chicago, Ill.


My dear Miss Addams:-

I must intrude long enough to say how greatly I enjoyed your address last Saturday. It was the one notable utterance of the day,-- and it is not that I think so, for I confess to being prejudiced from the fact that my point of view comes so near yours on all educational and sociological topics, but all the leaders felt that way. A group of men said that President Elliott's opening and your closing made the week well worth while. I did not hear him and have not read it, and I do not always agree with him, but I do know that your address was worth the trip from Boston.

Sincerely yours,

A.E. Winship [signed]

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