April 5, 1917
My dear Miss Addams:
I have just returned from Washington and find your letter. I wired Mrs. Thomas who has attended to the calling of the meeting and a telegram just received, says that the meeting is to be on the tenth.
I will send to the Hotel Raleigh a list of contributions received to date for the Congress After the War, a list of the ballots received, a report in reference to the referendum sent out after the meeting in New York and a letter received this morning from the British Section which I think you may wish to have. Mrs. Thomas took some material with her when she left on Sunday.
I cannot tell you how glad we are that you are going to be here soon. It will be a very great comfort.
Very sincerely yours,
P. S. I have attended to the subscription to the International Review as you requested.