335 SOUTH HALSTED STREET
My dear Miss Bartlett
You were awfully good to send us such a big check. We are really more grateful now when the enthusiasm in "Fresh air" is beginning to wane, than we would have been earlier -- and that is saying a great deal. We are planning to have some of your old [page 2] friends go to [Saugatuk], Mrs Barrett with her two daughters and some of your old [party] who represented different "economic planes."
It was very nice to hear from you. You are certainly developing into a capable business woman and are to be congratulated, after all we [must] have that basis for the rest of life and [page 3] learn to make friends with it.
We have had more summer classes this year than usual, and are really quite successful pushing Pasteurized milk into the reluctant neighbors, but for the littlest ones and at the Playground.
I wish you might see our court almost every blade of grass has been tended personally but the result is altogether delightful. Mr Deknatel has gone abroad this year, having joined Miss Hamilton and her sister, they are very happy in Southern Italy. We also speak of you the first of July and many times during the summer, I still cherish the hope, that you many some time be a Hull-House resident. Always affectionately yours
July 22d 1903