Jane Addams to Ida Campbell Mott-Smith Lovett, March 25, 1924


March 25" 1924


Dear Mrs Lovett --

It was so nice to have your letter and to know that the Summer School program has once more been [illegible]! How good you are about that and everything else!

Two of the ↑[illegible]↓ speaking engagements (and the [uninteresting?] ones) are over and after Columbia today I am off for Philadelphia where there is a little difficulty between National and International Boards! Speedily to be adjusted I hope.

I am feeling really very well and if I rest an hour or two in the afternoon I am all right for the evening -- alas otherwise not. I am glad to be in the midst of it, [although] I trifle homesick for H.H. and you -- Hastily but always devotedly yours Jane Addams

P. S. [M] Smith & I have telephoned [but not?[ two illegible words].