May 31st, 1916.
My dear Miss Doty:
Miss Addams asks me to write suggesting that you come to Chicago in time for the Suffrage Parade. I believe she told you yesterday that all space at Hull-House is pre-emptied during Convention week, but I am arranging to secure a room for you in a private home near my own residence.
A number of women delegates to the Woman's Peace Party Conference, as well as participants in the Suffrage Parade, will be in that neighborhood and I am sure we can make you [comfortable] at moderate rates.
Please let me know by return mail if I shall hold a room for you. I am looking forward with greatest pleasure to seeing you again!