Eleanor Daggett Karsten to Tully White, February 26, 1916


February 26th, 1916.

Dear Miss White:

Your request for literature concerning the question of woman's part in the peace movement, has been referred to me. I take great pleasure in sending to you under separate cover some material which we have for distribution in the office, calling especial attention to the recent Hearing by Miss Addams before the House Committee on Military Affairs. I hope you will find something of interest in this material. We have on sale in this office two books which might be of interest to you: Women at The Hague, by Miss Addams and others, price sixty cents, and the Official Report of the International Congress of Women, price seventy-five cents.

We should be glad to send you either of these if you wish us to do so.

Hoping that this information will be of some assistance to you, I am,

Very sincerely yours,

Office Secretary.

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