September 4, 1915.
My dear Miss Thompson:
I have received with deep regret from you the news of Miss Addams' indisposition. I hope it is not serious and that it will not be long continued.
I write, however now to you asking you to send me copies of Miss Addams' address. The one that was delivered in Carnegie Hall on her arrival in New York [and] the one that she delivered on the night of her Reception at the Auditorium in Chicago. I wish both of these addresses and from them shall make up for my book as fine a statement as possible of the Hague Conference, or rather of Miss Addams' own tour in behalf of Peace.
Thanking you for an immediate response to this by the documents desired, I am with affectionate and sympathetic greetings to Miss Addams,
Yours with cordial regards,
<Please give this to Miss Binford for me. The address, as she probably knows, is to the Survey -- lots of copies upstairs in Miss Addams' room. Many thanks. We have no printed copies verbatim copies of the Chicago address -- only typewritten & that Miss Addams has.