Jane Addams and William Fisher Byron to Anita McCormick Blaine, February 1, 1922

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American Relief for Russian Women and Children
1400 Westminster Building
Chicago, Illinois

February 1, 1922

Mrs. Emmons Blaine,
Chicago, Ill.

Dear Mrs. Blaine: --

The American Relief Administration, of which Herbert Hoover is Chairman, has selected our Committee to act as its representative in the Chicago area in supervising and promoting the sale of its Food Drafts for Russia.

For the purpose of outlining ways and means for the promotion of the work thus assigned us a luncheon will be given by our Committee at the Brownleigh Club, 153 N. Michigan Avenue, at 12:30 noon on Wednesday Feb. 8 next, at which time we should like to have you meet with us and give us the benefit of your counsel.

The price of the luncheon will be 75 cents.

Please advise us at our new address, 1003 Federal Life Building, not later than Monday, Feb. 6, whether or not we may reserve a plate for you. Our new telephone is Dearborn 5027.

Very truly yours,

AMERICAN RELIEF FOR RUSSIAN WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
JANE ADDAMS,
CHAIRMAN
WILLIAM F. BYRON,
SECRETARY