Sherman C. Kingsley to Jane Addams, November 18, 1913

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THE TRUSTEES
OF THE
ELIZABETH McCORMICK MEMORIAL FUND
315 PLYMOUTH COURT
CHICAGO

November 18, 1913.

Miss Jane Addams,
Hull House,
Chicago.

Dear Miss Addams: --

The little paper, "The Open Air Smile," as you know, comes out once a month. We have adopted the policy of asking some one to write a little editorial for each issue, and we should very much like to have one from you for the December number.

[Enclosed] are some of the things that have appeared, if you care to glance them over. We should like about 300 words. This goes to all of the children in our schools -- about 500 -- and then it goes to all the open air schools in this country and to many of them abroad. In a great many of the places they make reading lessons out of some of the things in the Smile.

We feel apologetic in asking you, nevertheless, we are hoping you can do it. We should like very much to have this by the first of December, if possible.

Sincerely yours,

S. C. Kingsley [signed]

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