John B. Andrews to Jane Addams, October 16, 1912

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Oct. 18, 1912.

Miss Jane Addams,
Hull House,
Chicago, Ill.

Dear Miss Addams: --

Miss Lillian Erskine, an interesting and cultured woman who is doing some work for the American Association for Labor Legislation this year, in connection with our campaign for the promotion of industrial hygiene, will be in Chicago early next week and will stop Monday night at the Auditorium Hotel.

She is anxious to meet you and Dr. Hamilton while in Chicago, and I have asked her to telephone the Hull House. If it would not greatly inconvenience you at Hull House, I am sure that Miss Erskine would very much enjoy stopping there over Tuesday night. In any case, I hope she will have an opportunity to meet you and to talk with Dr. Hamilton about her investigations of lead poisoning.

With sincere regards, I am
Very truly yours,

Secretary.

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