Stephen Alfred Chandler to Jane Addams, December 18, 1916

Hotel Chelsea
New York

Dec: 18/16

Dear Miss Addams

I think it better to send on this letter of introduction as I find I shall have little time to spare as I wish to reach my friends in Austin Minn: as early as possible as I am desirous of spending Xmas with them.

I intend travelling by the 2-45 P.M. out from NY on Wed: next 20th which I believe is due to arrive at chig Chicago about 10 P.M. on Thurs. I intend staying over Thurs: night at Chicago & would call on you in the morn: [page 2]

I would very much like to see you if anyhow possible as you may be able to give me very helpful advice. To any mind the UDC should be an International movement. In it all peace parties could work for something that is well within reach.

I have seen leading people of the Peace Party here & as far as can see all seem [favorably] disposed. It is the most powerful force at work in England. When I left 100 meetings were being held every week either directly or indirectly <under its auspices 9,000 members>. Sincerely hoping you are better in health with grateful thanks for all the noble work you have done in the Cause of Peace.

Yours sincerely

Stephen. A. Chandler

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