Ethel Sturges Dummer to Jane Addams, November 17, 1922

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MRS. W. F. DUMMER
679 NORTH MICHIGAN AVENUE
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

November 17, 1922.

Dear Miss Addams:

I am returning Mr. Ewing's letter with congratulations to you upon your success in launching this research on race relations.

Frances met in Italy Dr. Roberto Assagiolo who had a most interesting thought on the need of a study of racial psychology. The Secretariat of the League of Nations finds not only a language barrier but the barrier of racial psychology. Any ↑Their↓ suggestions, to succeed should be so formulated as to be acceptable to each nationality. This, of course, must lie in the future as psychologists still differ so concerning method and theory, but it opens a vista.

May your journey bring strength and joy.

Affectionately yours,

Ethel S. Dummer [signed]