Edith Franklin Wyatt to Jane Addams, February 11, 1914

Dear Miss Addams:

I have just been reading your last 'Atlantic' essay; and been so moved by its words I wished to tell you how sympathetic and beautiful it seemed to me.

Many people doubtless have spoken to you of its [page 2] intimate quality. Its connection of the questionings of a child in a Industrial town with the mental struggle of ancient kings has the kind of imagination that must & [illegible] stir everyone wo reads it.

This is only a word of thanks and not meant for a reply.

From yours, as ever, most faithfully,

Edith Wyatt.

4632 Sheridan Road.
February 11th 1914

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