My dear Alice
I gave Miss Breckinridge the [enclosed] letter telling her of your high opinion of Miss Breed. She returned it with the [enclosed] [penciled] memorandum which is a clear statement of the case. "Billie Hard" was in charge of the publicity of the Child Welfare. I remember Miss Breed and have done my best for her in the [enclosed] letter which I hope will be satisfactory.
I speak twice next Sunday, so will not try to come out until Monday. I will take the morning train on the Illinois Central Jan'y 26" <(the train leaving at 8.45 & arriving at 12.30).> If it isn't convenient to have the motor meet me, I will take a taxi out. I must come back Tuesday morning but hope [page 2] to find the household so well, that you can get in lots of visiting.
Always your loving sister
Jan'y 23d 1914