Dorothy Elizabeth Evans to Emily Greene Balch, January 13, 1925

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Women's International League
BRITISH SECTION OF THE WOMEN'S INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM.
INTERNATIONAL HOUSE,
55 GOWER STREET, LONDON, W.C.1.

Jan. 13.

Dear Miss Balch,

Thank you very much for your letter. Miss Addams will receive a letter from Mrs Swanwick before this reaches you to tell her that it is impossible for Mrs Swanwick to find time to do the open letter after all. It was suggested at our Committee Meeting that Mrs Innes (E. R. Royds you know) should do the article & reedit the Report on Terms of Treaty Revision which was her report. Would Miss Addams be satisfied with this. Mrs Innes was at Geneva during this [page 2] assembly & has made a special study of the League of Nations -- a book is about to be published "The Story of the League of Nations" for children in their teens, which she has written. If Miss Addams would like Mrs Innes to write the pamphlet we shall hear from her in due course.

I wonder whether the American W.I.L. can order any quantity of this pamphlet on the [Protocol].

We are hoping to see you in London soon & if possible arrange a meeting.

Yours sincerely

Dorothy Evans.