Richard Theodore Ely to Jane Addams, April 19, 1905


April 10, 1905

My dear Miss Addams:

I have been thinking about our conversation a week ago Sunday concerning your book. I believe that you are making a mistake in delaying its publication. I was very greatly impressed with your [main] thought as you described it to me. I felt that you had a real [message?] and a very important one. As you yourself intimated, there is [danger?] that by delay you will lose your view point, or at any rate lose something of the spirit that you had when you planned out the book.

Faithfully yours,

Miss Jane Addams,
Hull House,
Chicago, Ill.

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