Prince A. Morrow to Jane Addams, February 29, 1912


American Society of Sanitary and Moral Prophylaxis

New York, February 29, 1912

Miss Jane Addams,
Hull House, Chicago, Ill.

My dear Miss [Addams]: --

I have a letter from the City Club of Philadelphia asking me to speak before a meeting in that city on the 16th of March, at which addresses will be made by yourself and Mr. James B. Reynolds.

I have already arranged for a meeting of our Society for the second Thursday in April, at which Prof. Seligman of Columbia University has promised to read a paper on the Social Evil, giving a resume of the results of the researches he has been making for the past year upon conditions in Europe and in this country.

I have invited Dr. Howard Kelly of Johns Hopkins to read a short paper also. The Society would be honored if you would consent to give us a paper on that evening, embodying some of the splendid ideas you have already given in your series of articles in McClure's.

Awaiting your early, and I trust favorable response to this invitation, I remain, 

Very cordially yours, 

P. A. Morrow [signed]