Seymour Coman to Jane Addams, August 8, 1912


Aug. 8, 1912.

My dear Miss Addams:

Let me congratulate you on what you said yesterday in the convention. I was afraid you would be influenced to say more than you did about the representation of women in the affairs of government. As a matter of fact, putting the emphasis on the protection of children, relief of the overworked girl, human welfare, and juster social conditions, was indirectly the most effective possible influence that could have been exerted for woman suffrage.

Very sincerely yours,

Seymour Coman [signed]

Miss Jane Addams,
800 So. Halsted Street,
Chicago, Ill.

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