My dear Mr Hudson
It is a mean thing to give you this thick mss. but I am afraid I want to report to Mde Pelenyi that it was handed to our official high in the counsels of the Pres't's commission.
I have known the writer for a long time first when her son was Hungarian Consul in Chicago and we helped her start [page 2] a lodging house for Hungarian girls who were coming over in "gangs" quite unchaperoned -- already those days of philanthropy seem far away ↑in another age↓.
Mr. Tardieu has made an appointment for tomorrow for which I thank you very much.
We will be here until Tuesday -- I hope very much that we will see you again, & am Faithfully yours
May 31" 1919