April 20, 1917.
My dear Miss Addams:
It has occurred to us in connection with the plans for the settlement conference that you may not be able to go abroad, as you expected, and it might be possible for you to be present with us, at least for some part of the time.
On Wednesday, June 6, the settlement conference is to end with a luncheon in Pittsburgh at which the subject for discussion is to be "Our Immigrant Neighborhoods in their National Relations." It would give us all the greatest pleasure if you could be present and be one of the speakers on this occasion.
Hoping that you are finding your health improving and with all good wishes from everybody at the South End House, I am
Robt. A. Woods [signed]