Edwin R. A. Seligman to Jane Addams, November 16, 1911

Columbia University
in the City of New York

November 16, 1911

Miss Jane Addams,
Hull House,
Chicago, Ill.

My dear Miss Addams: --

Referring to our conversation of the other night, I take pleasure in sending to you herewith the following addresses: --

France: Madame Avril de Saint Croix, 1 Avenue Malakoff, Paris, XVI.

England: Miss Helen Wilson, M. D. (British Committee of the International Federation for the Abolition of State Regulation of Vice), 17 Tothill Street, Westminster, London, S.W.

Germany: Frau Katharina Scheven, <Der abolitionist> Dresden, Germany.

These are the three women who are doing the best work at present. You ought also to know of the secretary of the International Federation, Monsieur H. Minod, 3 Rue de Vieux-College, Geneva, Switzerland, and Professor Yve Guyot, editor of the Journal des Economietes, Paris, France.

Would you pardon my suggesting that you send to each of these a copy of the November McClure's, which, by the way, I have since read with great admiration. They will surely be much interested in the matter and will look forward to your book when it appears.

With kind regards, I am,
Faithfully yours,
Edwin R. A. Seligman [signed]