Jane Addams to Emily Greene Balch, August 19, 1916


Dear Lady

I have copied the list as I had ↑it↓ and hope that you will be able to read it.

I have sent the material to Miss Osmond and am tackling the letters. I do not want to try The Atlantic, but supposing before I try any thing else you write a note to [Sedgwick], send it to me and I will send the letters to him as from you. If they come back, I will then try other papers-- I am sure The Independent would take it. I have the material almost ready for the stenographer and will send you a copy in any event. [page 2]

I am sure that if you and Miss Daugaard have the suggestions from the other people, that something will [develop].

Miss Breckinridge is Sec'y of the Am. Committee of the International. We will get together and send ours. I shouldn't try to do much until these suggestions come in. Mr Lochner is a splendid Congress promoter.

I am quite homesick for you and want to sail with you on the 26th almost as much as I wanted to sail last fall.

Always devotedly yours

Jane Addams [signed]

Aug 19" 1916