November 24, 1915.
My dear Miss Addams:
I have just received your letter enclosing a copy of the resolutions as they are to be printed. This is a splendid plan and we will look forward eagerly to the copies to be received here.
I regret very much not having received any message in Amsterdam, requesting me to return to New York if I was needed there. Since my return to Chicago we have been energetically at work pushing the telegrams. I should say that the Ford matter was more than interesting.
It was a very great privilege to me to be in New York for the conferences and I feel very grateful in that I am sure the work here can be handled more intelligently for having been there.
With grateful appreciation, I am