March 9, 1912.
My dear Marcet: --
I am going on to Philadelphia for a meeting of the Board of the National Suffrage Association which is to be held at Bryn Mawr on Thursday the 14th. There is a banquet in Philadelphia that evening and I think I had better keep with the party until Friday. However, I have saved Friday evening, the 15th, for Ben Hur. Won't you call me up at Cousin Clara Young's at Overbrook? It would be awfully nice if you could meet me there for luncheon. I will tell Clara that I have suggested this arrangement but she will invite you properly, although you know that isn't at all necessary.
I think that with so many relatives on hand I will not try going to the Charlotte Cushman Club although it sounds very nice. I shall be awfully glad to see you on Friday.
Always your loving
Jane Addams [signed]