November 16, 1911
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.