Eleanor Daggett Karsten to Esther Taber Fox, June 14, 1917


My dear Mrs. Fox:

Miss Addams has asked me to write you in reference to the dehydrating plant in which you are much interested.

At a recent meeting of the Executive Board of the Woman's Peace Party the work of the Massachusetts Branch of the Woman's Peace Party along this line was reported on and Miss Addams was very much interested.

She would be very grateful to you for definite information in reference to the working of the plant and expense of installing such a plant. She would also like to know whether the inexpensive outfits for private homes are satisfactory.

Hoping I am not presuming on your courtesy, I am

Very sincerely yours,

Office Secretary

Mrs. Esther Taber Fox,
41 Hawthorn Street,
Cambridge, Massachusetts.