March 3, 1914.
My dear Miss Addams: --
I sent a letter to you in Chicago some weeks ago, not knowing that you were soon to be in Atlanta. If this note will follow you up and reach you in time, I do hope that you may find it possible to come out to the University and say a few words to our student body. I should like to have them intelligently interested in the great question of Woman's Suffrage and I know of no one in the land who could better stir them up to the importance of the question than you.
We remember with such pleasure your visit here some years ago.