Manzanola, Colorado, November 26th, 1915
My Dear Miss Addams;
Your telegram came and I forwarded a message to President Wilson Thursday Night, as per your request, I see by the papers that you are to go on the Peace Commission invited by Henry Ford. I would so love to go, Permanent Peace is the subject next to my heart today and anything I can do to bring it nearer will be done.
I so wish that Henry Ford knew of my work among the farm women of the world and of my acquaintance with so many of the prominent women of the [belligerent] nations and of their pitiful appeals for peace. I have faith to believe that if he only knew he would have included me in his party, however I will keep on working and perhaps there will be other chances to make good.
I wish you success and I want to [compliment] you on your splendid stand for peace. Your work stands out alone and will always be a monument to your splendid courage.
Again wishing you and all the party a most successful journey I am very cordially.
Belle v'D. Harbert. [signed]