John St. George Heath to Jane Addams, May 10, 1915

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FROM J. ST.G. HEATH, WARDEN.

TOYNBEE HALL,
28 COMMERCIAL STREET,
LONDON, E.

10th May, 1915

Miss Jane Addams,
c/o National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies,
Parliament Chrs,
14, Gt. Smith Street,
S.W.

Dear Miss Addams,

I have just heard that you are in England. I have never had the pleasure of meeting you and I should very much like to have a talk with you. Though the matter is still private and confidential we are planning some very important changes with regard to Toynbee Hall and I should very much like to ask your advice, especially with regard to the question of a settlement in which men and women reside side by side and work together. I am enclosing you a copy of our last report in case you did not get one. Perhaps you would either ring me up on the telephone or send me a postcard letting me know whether any time this week would be convenient to you.<Mrs Barnett has so often talked to me about you>

Yours very sincerely,

J St G Heath [signed]

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