March 13, 1908
Miss Jane Addams,
Hull-House, 335 South Halsted St.,
My dear Miss Addams:
Your favor of the 10th instant is received and contents noted. I thank you for your prompt reply to my request and for the copy you enclose of the address you delivered a week or two ago, before the National Society for the Promotion of Industrial Education. It will be of value to me, and I will indeed be glad to have you send me your second paper to which you refer. I anticipate investigating thoroughly the matter of Industrial Education, so as to be in position to submit as full a report as possible as directed by the Norfolk Convention.
Hoping to hear from you further at your convenience, I am,
Very truly yours,
[American Federation of Labor]