Date: July 9th 1921.Miss Jane Addams
Women's International League
Dear Miss Addams,
I remember promising either you or Miss Landsberg to let you have one or two addresses which I know of in some of the other countries in South Eastern Europe.
In Sofia at the General Parensoff II (sufficient address) you will find Miss Vassilka Dimitrieff whom I know very well, and who spent all the time of the war in England where she, although an "alien enemy" became President of the Women's Student Movement in King's College, London. Her father is a well known General, and she is in touch with all the influential circles, I think, in Sofia. (At the same time I think that she finds it difficult to make progress with her progressive and International ideas.)
In [Bucharest] the only helpful address I can think of is Mr. W. F. Morgan, 30, Boulevard Lascar Catargin, who is a Y.M.C.A. Secretary for students in [Bucharest]. There is a Y.M.C.A. there too, where Miss Elined Prys, A Welsh Graduate, is to be found. These people would be able to help you in any way in [Bucharest].
In Constantinople the addresses I know are Robert College and Constantinople College. In the latter we here had correspondence with Miss Murray Scott, who is from St. Andrew, Scotland.
In Belgrad Professor Lecco of the University has for several years been interested in the World's Student Christian Federation. I do not know his real address. -- I hope these addresses [page 2] may be of some help to you.
With my very best wishes for all your work
Yours very sincerely
Donald Grant [signed]