June 12, 1914.
My dear Mrs. Franklin: --
I have sent your letter and clipping on to the President of the Municipal Art League of Chicago, hoping that something may be done through that association.
I was sorry I was not able to arrange for a ticket last night, but I shall be able to send you one in a day or two available for any or all of the sessions.
I am entertaining a few people at luncheon on Saturday at half-past twelve and should be very happy to see you then if you are free. I don't seem to have a minute this week and it is very difficult for me to get away.
Always faithfully yours,
Jane Addams [signed]