Jane Addams to Cornelia Ramondt-Hirschmann, ca. January 1924

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WOMEN'S INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM

INTERNATIONAL OFFICE, GENEVA
6, rue du Vieux-Coll├ęge

My dear Mde Ramondt;

I certainly hope that you will come over with the executive committee, Vilma Glucklich will of course be one of the number and very likely as you say the [center] of activity will be moved from Geneva. If you could come a little earlier so much the better, but Mrs Lewis thinks that special rates can be had if a party comes together. I am sure she has written you about that, or will at once.

Please consider your own expenses the first [lien] on the Holland money and if necessary the Executive Committee can vote to take some of our regular funds to defray the expenses of the Board members. I shall be much disappointed if you and your daughter do not both appear.

If you get hold of any names of delegates who are coming, please send them along. I don't hear from Miss Marshall of course she must come. I am sending this off with much appreciation of your last kind letter. With love to you both, I am always affectionately yours