Jan. 13, 1911
My dear Mr. Brett: —
You are most kind to advance the check for the royalties on "Twenty Years at Hull-House." I am naturally very much gratified that it is such a large one, for many reasons. The "Pearsons Magazine" has not yet arrived, but I shall be interested in reading the article. We are getting together a great deal of interesting material in connection with the Juvenile Protective Association. I will try to look it over in the summer, but I shall have to ask that no book be announced until I have time to go over it quite thoroughly. There is at the present moment a danger of over-statement, or at least an uncomprehending statement of "The girl in the city" situation.
Thanking you for your many kindnesses, I am