October 18, 1922.
My dear Miss Addams:
I received your note of the 11th several days ago and have since been trying to find some way of responding to Miss [Salomon]’s appeal. Thus far none has developed, but I will try to take the matter up with one or two persons who may be interested in the next week or so, and will do anything I can.
One’s interest in the European situation is so widespread these days that any such appeal carries a claim that must be recognized. It is not easy, however, to find ways and means of responding to all of them.
I hope sincerely that you are in better health than last year.
With kind regards always, I am
Very sincerely yours,
Porter R. Lee [signed]