Paul Underwood Kellogg to Jane Addams, February 16, 1924


February 16, 1924

Miss Jane Addams,
Chicago, Ill.

Dear Miss Addams:

We haven’t [had] you at [a] Board meeting of Survey Associates since before you encircled the world. [We] are very anxious to adjust our March meeting so that you can be with us.

Miss [Wood's] secretary, however, seems to indicate that you will be speaking in Jersey City March 21, Brooklyn the 24th, Philadelphia 25th to 27th and Town Hall, New York the 28th. This would leave Saturday and Sunday the 22nd and 23rd free, all but impossible dates for a Board meeting.

If you are not free for a dinner meeting of the Board during your week [as] planned, would it not be possible for you to come [one] day in advance and we could have the dinner meeting on Thursday evening, March 20th. We are all eager to have you. Will you [wire] us Monday so that we can make plans well in [advance] during this period of heavy schedules on the part of the Board?