Eleanor Daggett Karsten to Dora Welty, February 28, 1916


February 28th, 1916.

My dear Miss Welty:

I acknowledge herewith receipt of money order for $1.00 sent by you as dues for your membership to the Woman's Peace Party. You will receive a formal receipt from the Treasurer in due time. We are very glad indeed to welcome you as a member of the Party and you may receive from time to time material sent out by the office. I am sending you under separate cover some material which we have for free distribution.

I note from your letter-head that you are connected with the Board of Education. We are immensely interested just now in the question of the introduction of military drill into the high-schools of Chicago. If you have any suggestions to make in reference to this matter, I should be very glad if you would call at the office and talk them over with me. I am in the office every [day] from nine until five and should be glad to see you at any time.

Sincerely yours,

Office Secretary

Miss Dora Welty,
3032 North Avenue,
Chicago, Illinois.

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