Atherton Brownell to Jane Addams, March 31, 1915


PHILADELPHIA, PA., March 31, 1915.

Miss Jane Addams,
Hull House,
Chicago, Ill.

My dear Miss Addams:

Thank you for your assent to write the editorial that I have suggested to you, and I certainly hope that you can find time to get to it.

I presume that you will be sailing on the 13th. I have heard from Mrs. Bertha Kunz Baker, who is reading my play, "The Unseen Empire", largely in connection, I think, with the work of the Woman's Peace Party, that she is sailing on that date, and as she is entirely familiar with the work that we are doing here, I am hoping that between you I may be kept thoroughly in touch with the work that is done at The Hague.

I have a great many letters from women who are interested in the Woman's Peace Party movement, brought about through the various readings that have been given of my own work, and the interest is certainly very intense. You may depend upon me to do everything that I can to further it.

Very truly yours,
Atherton Brownell [signed]
General Director.

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