Paul Underwood Kellogg to Jane Addams, January 30, 1919

January the thirtieth
Miss Jane Addams,
Hull House,
800 Halsted Street,
Chicago, Illinois.

Dear Miss Addams: --

Miss Dudley tells me that Mr. Frank [Keddie], who has just returned from Russia, is at the Hull House and has some interesting material which would fit into the Survey.

Won't you speak with him about it and encourage him to send us something -- either a brief article for one of our weeklies or a longer one that would lend itself to a magazine number?

People are beginning to come back from Russia now who have been in touch with the active social and economic activities of the new regime there -- and we should draw on their testimony. It is our point of contact with the revolution and I fancy you could be [a?] very great deal of help in carrying it out because you come in touch with so many messengers of hope and experience. Madam Breshkovsky reached here yesterday. She spoke to a group at the Nurses' Settlement last night, and this morning several of us have been bonding our efforts to keep her out of the clutches of Sack of the Russian Information Bureau, who wants to, as we take it, put her in a hotel and exploit her for his own purposes.

Sincerely yours,