Prince A. Morrow to Jane Addams, February 29, 1912

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American Society of Sanitary and Moral Prophylaxis

New York, February 29, 1912

Miss Jane Addams,
Hull House, Chicago, Ill.

My dear Miss [Addams]: --

I have a letter from the City Club of Philadelphia asking me to speak before a meeting in that city on the 16th of March, at which addresses will be made by yourself and Mr. James B. Reynolds.

I have already arranged for a meeting of our Society for the second Thursday in April, at which Prof. Seligman of Columbia University has promised to read a paper on the Social Evil, giving a resume of the results of the researches he has been making for the past year upon conditions in Europe and in this country.

I have invited Dr. Howard Kelly of Johns Hopkins to read a short paper also. The Society would be honored if you would consent to give us a paper on that evening, embodying some of the splendid ideas you have already given in your series of articles in McClure's.

Awaiting your early, and I trust favorable response to this invitation, I remain, 

Very cordially yours, 

P. A. Morrow [signed]