May 12, 1914.
My dear Mrs. Franklin,
I remember with the greatest pleasure and minuteness our acquaintance in Baltimore, and I shall be very much disappointed if you do not come to Hull-House before you leave Chicago. Will you not call me up and name a time most convenient for you?
I am expecting Mrs. Havelock Ellis this evening, who will be at Hull-House for several days. Would you enjoy meeting her?
I am sorry I did not know of your lectures. I would certainly have enjoyed hearing the one on Logic.
Anticipating seeing you with much eagerness, I am,