Helen Mary Wilson to Jane Addams, May 11, 1915

The British Branch
The International Federation for the Abolition of State Regulation of Vice.

Thackeray Hotel
Great Russell St W.C.

Dear Madam,

I have sent a message to ask whether it would be possible for me to see you during your visit to England. I would much like your advice about some of the problems in the war against prostitution. -- among other things an [inquiry] into the condition of London.

I'm leaving London tomorrow, -- but could be free from 12 to 3, -- or could stay to a later train if needful.

I shall be up again on 28th 29th. Or of course I would gladly make a journey to see you.

Yours faithfully

Helen Wilson

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