My dear Mr Kellogg
I hope so very much that you will be able to spend a few days here on your way back to New York. I think that there never was a time when one so needed the companionship of like minded people.
May I thank Mrs Kellogg for her kindness in copying that long letter, and please tell her how delighted we would be if she and the [page 2] small boy would come with you. I hope that Prof and Mrs Mead (Chicago) will be there that week. I have written to Mr Steiner and Mr Fisher as you suggested and have even begun an editorial!
Raymond Robins came to see me the other day but I am still inclined toward Wilson!
With cordial greetings to Mrs Kellogg and yourself,
I am Faithfully yours
Aug 10" 1916