Thomas Sewell Adams to Jane Addams, June 16, 1920


June 16th 1920.

Dear Miss Addams,

I have read copies of Mr Pond's and your letters to Mrs Barnett. She appeared to have information as to how matters stood. She has decided to come out and take the chance of having to pay her way, but we must at least secure that her railway expenses and will be met and that hospitality will be provided. I am trying to take care of this so far as the Canadian part of her journey is concerned. No doubt you will hear from her direct as to her plans for visiting cities in the States.

I do not know Mr Pond but we have asked Mr Veiller to communicate with him and stir up his interest.

I trust you are keeping [page 2] well.

Yours sincerely,

Thos Adams

Miss Jane Addams.

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