WOMEN'S INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM
DECEMBER 22, 1920.
Dear Miss Addams,
You may like to see a copy of my last letter to Frau Hertzka.
We had your admirable article in the New Republic put into French in a somewhat summary form and have made the great efforts to get it in the Journal de Genève. I will send you a copy if we succeed. We have also sent it to the Editor of the "Opinions of the Press" issued by the Secretariat of the League of Nations during the Assembly. I do not yet know whether it got in in one of the last issues or not. I have not yet had time to go them through. In any case we have been able to bring it to the attention of a good many people.
A new letter from London puts a quite different face on the situation and I [therefore] enclose my latest (to date) advice on the subject in a letter to Y. H.
Yours always affly
Emily G Balch
I am getting away for a little rest after the strenuous days of the Assembly.↓