My dear Miss Addams,
I heard, some time ago, from a [letter] of Mrs. Ramondt that you were laying ill in [Tokyo], and as I did not know where to write to you and I was to come to Geneva, I waited till I could have a precise account of what had happened to you and was much relieved to hear that the illness was not so bad as it had been told in the [newspapers]. But it is bad enough for you, to be ill, so far from home, and I feel very sad about you and your friend. I hope you both did not have [too] bad a time and will have reached home safely at the time you get this. As you see, I am again in Geneva. Vilma Glücklich leaving here [today], for some week's holidays. Miss Wössner has been engaged for 6-7 weeks for the work of the office, and I shall come to Geneva every Wednesday, and hope to find a word from you or Miss Smith. [page 2]
I had the good luck to see here yesterday Mrs Bugge-[Wicksell], who is here for the Commission on Mandates. She seems to be satisfied with the work of the Commission. Mr La Fontaine is here also, for the Commission of intellectual work. Always something going on in Geneva. We will have here at Maison Internationale a reception of the summer course of the Geneva University.
My dear Miss Addams, I [send] you my heartiest wishes for your entire [recovery] with my love to you and your friend.