Jane Addams to Paul Underwood Kellogg, December 2, 1921


2 December 1921.

Mr. Paul Kellogg,
The Survey,
New York City.

My dear Mr. Kellogg: --

I was quite alarmed this morning to receive a letter from Mr. Latham, a copy of which is enclosed. I sent him a telegram, which is also enclosed.

I am most anxious that there should be no delay, and have written to Mr. Latham to that effect. I can not understand how it came about after my clear telegram to you and your reply. Will you kindly telephone to Mr. Latham, and make it quite [clear] ↑definite?↓

I expect to be in New York on December 9th for a meeting of the executive committee of the National Federation of Settlements, and hope to see you some time in the morning.

Hastily yours,

Jane Addams. [signed]

P.S. May I ask you to return the manuscript after you have taken out one chapter or at the most two, which you mean to use?

↑I shall have to insist that the material be used in chapters and not in topics.↓