Nov. 12, 1920
My dear Miss Addams:
I am enclosing copies of ↑and↓ extracts from some of Mr. McDonald's letters which may interest you.
Whether or not he succeeds in persuading Lord Robert Cecil or Gilbert Murray to come over, his trip has been worth while because of the contacts he has made.
I am enclosing a copy of an open letter addressed to the presidential candidates by our Committee on Russia which was published in the Globe of November 1 together with Mr. Cox's reply. Since then we have had an answer from Mr. Harding's secretary who says that Mr. Harding did not receive our letter in time to reply before election day and that he would be glad to confer with us after March 4.
If you are planning to be in New York again this fall I hope you will let us know a few days beforehand so that we can make sure of seeing you. The Executive Committee meets now every Wednesday for luncheon in the Bush Terminal Grill Room, 130 West 42nd Street, and we will always be delighted to have you come any time you are in New York.
Tuesday we gave a small luncheon for Mr. Norman Angell. The discussion of what would be the most important next step for us to take was as interesting as any I have heard for a long time. I will send you a memorandum of his main points as soon as I have had a chance to dictate it.