January 24, 1923.
My dear Miss Addams
I know you must have communications from every corner of the earth but I thought that perhaps you would be interested to have sent you a copy of a little set of biographies which the Y.W.C.A. of China has just issued and in one of which we used the photograph of you which was so kindly sent us, perhaps by your secretary.
I doubt if you will be able to read entirely [through] the little leaflet about yourself. I can not read it either but I am hoping that the group of students who prepared these leaflets drew their material accurately from "Twenty Years at Hull House". Judging from the eagerness with which this publication is being received, it will serve a very worthwhile purpose among the women and girls of China.
I might add in self defense that the color scheme is not mine, it is the choice of the Chinese editors.
Please do not think this needs any [acknowledgment] but as a group of people trying to build up the right kind of reading matter for Chinese girls we are glad to send you our greetings and thank you for the book which furnished us with this material.