February 3rd, 1916.
My dear Mr. Kent:
I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of your letter of January 29th and the handsome and interesting book you were good enough to send me. I have read the publication with a very great deal of interest. The fact is, I was under the impression, gained from newspaper reports at the time, that little had been done and nothing of importance accomplished by the Women's Meeting at The Hague. After reading this little book I am satisfied that Hague conference was useful, helpful, and gave an impetus to influences, the value of which we cannot fully judge now but which may prove to be very considerable and are all for good.
Thanking you for remembering me with the book, I am,
Yours very truly,
F. W. Mondell [signed]