John Bertram Andrews to Jane Addams, et. al, January 12, 1923

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This letter sent to Miss Jane Addams.

Prof. John R. Commons, Univ. of Wisc. Madison, Wisc.

Mr. Robert W. DeForest, 30 Broad St., N.Y.C.

Prof. Irving Fisher, Yale Univ. 460 Prospect St., N. H. Conn.

Mr. Morton D. Hull, 105 S. LaSalle St., Chicago, Ill.

Mr. V. Everit Macy, 123 Broadway, N.Y.C. ↑24 Broad St.↓

Miss Lillian D. Wald, Henry St., Settlement. 265 Henry St. City

Mr. Felix M. Warburg, 52 Williams St., N.Y.C.

Dr. Stephen S. Wise, 23 W. 90th St., N.Y.C.

January 12th, 1923.

Miss Janes Addams,
Hull House,
Chicago, Ill.

My dear Miss Addams:

It is my pleasure, as secretary, to inform you that at the Sixteenth ↑Seventeenth↓ Annual Meeting of our Association you were [reelected] ↑a member↓ (as one) of our ↑executive committee↓ (vice-presidents) and thereby a member of our General Administrative Council. The duties in this connection, as you know, are not very time-consuming, as the Council meets usually but once a year and that in connection with our annual meeting. You are likely, however, to be called upon for advice from time to time regarding questions which arise. This service, we are confident, you will be glad to perform.

Sincerely yours,

Secretary.