March 31, 1922.
My dear Miss Addams: --
The Philadelphia Committee is very anxious to secure an audience at the Convention of the League of Women Voters for our foreign speakers. After hearing from Mrs. Lewis and Miss Dulles, I wrote to Mrs. Park and I have received the enclosed reply. In my letter to Mrs. Park I told her that we would ask for only a few minutes each for our women and that they would speak of course on subjects in harmony with the platform of the League of Women Voters. Do you suppose that if you appealed personally to Mrs. Park, something could be done? The Philadelphia women feel that it is most important that this be arranged and I can see that it will be very useful for many reasons.
Everything is progressing splendidly for the prospective tour. Mrs. Villard’s group is cooperating in New York, and our local organizations are responding enthusiastically.
Maude Odell [signed]