Eleanor Daggett Karsten to Anna Marcet Haldeman-Julius, August 15, 1917


August 15th, 1917.

My dear Mrs. Haldeman-Julius:

Miss Addams has asked me to send you some of the material published by the Woman's Peace Party including in this a copy of the Official Report of the International Congress of Women at The Hague, from which grew the International Committee of Women For Permanent Peace, of which Miss Addams is Chairman, and the Woman's Peace Party is the Section for the United States.

I am including in this a copy of Miss Addams' speech which she gave this spring in Chicago and an article by Randolph Bourne, reprinted from "The Seven Arts," in which I think you will be interested.

I had the pleasure of meeting your husband when he was in Chicago last week and attending the various Russian functions with him. It was certainly an interesting time.

Miss Dorothy North asks for news of you very often when she writes. You probably know that she is in Colorado this summer. We miss her here very much.

Please pardon this personal note. I enjoyed so much meeting your husband that I almost feel as if I had met you.

Very sincerely yours,

Office Secretary

Mrs. Haldeman-Julius,
Cedarville, Illinois.