Bar Harbor, Maine.
My dear Mr Kellogg
If you go to France and England in Aug. please let me know by letter or telegram at Hull-House and I will send you letters -- [although] I am not sure but that letter from me would get you into trouble with the censor.
Mr Battin waited in England for 3 months to get [page 2] a boat from England to Norway. I suppose the worst feature of going abroad now are the chances for delay. We are leaving for Chicago tomorrow -- where some family matters are calling me.
I may send you something later on the C. O.
Always faithfully yours
July 30" 1917