William Isaac Thomas to Jane Addams, August 18, 1922

1535 East 60th St
Chicago. August 18, 1922

My dear Miss Addams:

The enclosed suggestions bear on the study of races.

The volume which I suggest in the beginning is a work I should like to do. I believe I have now the standpoint to do this in a very efficient and somewhat authoritative way.

As you are thinking of these questions, I send under separate cover two mimeographed schedules of study which I prepared, in connection with Dr. Park, when we were working together with Allen Burns. Also a printed schedule which I prepared a number of years ago. The latter is not just what I would prepare at present but contains some points which may interest you.

If what I am sending is not detailed enough, or if you wish the scheme to take another direction, please let me know and I will work out something else.

Harriet joins me in best wishes.

Very sincerely yours,

W I Thomas. [signed]


I find that the copy of the printed schedule which I send is mutilated, but I have not another copy in Chicago↓