Richard Theodore Ely to Jane Addams, April 19, 1901


April 19, 1901.

Miss Jane Addams,
335 S. Halsted St.,
Chicago, Ill.

My dear Miss Addams:

If you think it would be agreeable to Mr. Kropotkin--I believe he does not like to be called Prince Kropotkin—I should be glad to have him come to my house on Tuesday and stay with me while he is in Madison. Mrs. Ely is still in a sanitarium, and we are doing the best we can without her, but the house is very different from what it is when she is here. I do not know anything about Mr. Kropotkin's habits, tastes, etc., and perhaps he would prefer to go to a hotel. Naturally, I should be pleased to meet him and make his acquaintance, if it would be agreeable for him to come to us. I [enclose] a note to him which I will ask you to have the kindness to deliver, unless you think he would prefer some other arrangement.

Faithfully yours,

( 1 [Enclosure]).

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