Jane Addams to Helen Culver, ca. March 23, 1920



My dear Miss Culver

We sent one or two books the other day thinking that perhaps you had not read the [Keynes] which is making such a sensation in this country as well as abroad. We think of you very often and hope that the winter is proving a pleasant one. Spring has been coming with a rush here the last few days and we are very grateful for it.

Mary Smith and I are going to Colorado next week, I have a few Speaking engagements at Denver, at the University in Boulder and one or two other places and then we will visit her brother for a few days. It will be very nice to get to the country and into a better climate for poor Mary's asthma.

May I send my dearest love to you and to Mrs Peck and hope for a word from the latter as to how you are faring. I am always Devotedly yours

Jane Addams [signed]

↑P.S. We are also sending you a copy of the last Asia.↓

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