Edward Bok to Jane Addams, January 10, 1913

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THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL
PHILADELPHIA

MR. BOK'S OFFICE

January 10, 1913

My dear Miss Addams:

The prison article has come: it has been right through for composition, and a proof will be sent to you within a week. It is an excellent article, and admirably covers the subject in so limited a space.

I am glad of the prospect of having three articles before your departure for Egypt. This prison article is a bit late, and the schedule for the next three is as follows:

February 1 for May number
March 1 [for] June [number]
April 1 [for] June [number] [page 2]
May 1 for August number

You will be able to calculate how many articles it will be wise for us to have in our hands before your return, unless you intend to do some work while away. I think, however, it would be wise not to have a break in the appearance of the department. One strong factor in the success of such a department is the accumulative interest that comes from continuity.

With cordial regards,
Very sincerely yours,

Edward Bok

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