Nov. 30, 1909
My dear Mr. Brackett:--
I thank you very much indeed for the framed picture of Edward Denison which came this morning and which we are most happy to have at Hull-House. It was very good of you to send it to us.
I am happy to be reminded of my promise to send a photograph of myself. The one I have selected was taken with a little Italian boy who was very delicate at the time, and has since died. If you would prefer a more conventional one please let me know, and I will send the usual grey person reading a magazine.
If any suggestions occur to you for the program at St. Louis will you not send them to me? We seem to be in the throes of selecting a suitable number from innumerable possibilities.
Jane Addams [signed]