March 10, 1911.
Miss Jane Addams,
My dear Miss Addams:
I regret to learn from your letter of the sixth instant that it will be impossible for you to act as a national representative at the forthcoming Congress on Public Assistance to be held at Antwerp. I am still hoping you may find it possible to suggest some person whom you can cordially recommend for that service.
Thanking you for your prompt attention to this matter,