June 8, 1908.
My dear Miss Addams:-
I cannot tell you how much good your visit to Atlanta University has done us all. It was a proud day for us to have you here and to have the privilege of entertaining you and of listening to what you had to say both afternoon and evening.
I am enclosing a copy of the June Bulletin with a report of your address in the evening. I hope that it will seem to you a reasonably good report. I am sorry that space prevented our printing it in full. I hope that we have at least given expression to your general line of thought in a way that will convey no mistaken ideas.