February 28, 1913.
My dear Miss Addams: --
Your letter of February 11th [to] hand in my absence, hence delay in reply.
I wish to assure you of my active and earnest interest in the cause for which your association stands. Prevention is my watch-word, and any work of a definite character that I can do to forward the objects you have in view will be cheerfully given by me. Please command me.
Very truly yours,
Dr. Roy K. Flannigan
I was chairman of the Child Labor Committee during the Past legislation, a better choice might be made. I will serve as cheerfully in a minor capacity.
truly [R K F]