Oswald Garrison Villard to Alice Hamilton, March 27, 1923

The Nation
20 Vesey Street
New York

March 27th, 1923.

Dear Miss Hamilton:

We did slip up in regard to Miss Addams’s going on the peace ship and in view of what you write will make a correction, although you evidently have not seen the paragraph in question. It was a tribute to her.

I was present when she decided to go and that was what threw me off. I forgot that she was kept by ill health from going. I thought her attitude superb.

Cordially yours,

Oswald Garrison Villard [signed]
Miss Alice Hamilton,
800 South Halsted Street,
Chicago, Ill.

P.S. -- I enclose the paragraph in question.

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