My dear Cousin Sarah
May I tell you how grateful I am for all your kindness to Alice while she was in Chicago. She has written the most enthusiastic letters of your goodness to her. Miss Hamilton and Miss Landsberg were so glad to know you and it is a pleasure to me that you have made a few friends among the Hull-House residents for I hope that you have made a [page 2] [beginning] of coming.
It is very nice to be back again and I start west on my suffrage campaign next Saturday with genuine regret. Miss Bowen has made marked progress during the past week, they write, and our long anxiety is at last relieved.
With much love to both the households, that I am quite homesick to see again, I am
Always affectionately yours