June 2, 1922.
My dear Miss [Addams] --
I finished your book, “Bread and War” and wish to express my great appreciation of it. It will be read with great profit to the cause of Peace in the World to which you have and are contributing so much.
You were very much more active during the whole period of the war, despite your limitation, than I, for one, had any idea, and I am sure that your activities will bear fruit.
I feel that what you have written, even though it has an expression of your own personal [reaction], expresses the [reaction] of many of us who are of the same general type of mind, and on that account should thank you for the service rendered us as well as [yourself] and the cause of Peace in the World.
Yours cordially and fraternally,
Norman B . Barr [signed]