Charles B. Popenoe to Jane Addams, March 29, 1924

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RADIO CORPORATION OF AMERICA
BROADCAST CENTRAL
"WJZ" -- "WJY"
NEW YORK CITY

38 WEST 42ND STREET

March 29, 1924.

Miss Jane [Addams],
c/o Miss Keegan,
Town Hall,
West 43rd Street,
New York, N.Y.

Dear Miss [Addams]:

We very much appreciate your courtesy in permitting us to broadcast your lecture on "Impressions of Political Movements in the Orient" direct from the Town Hall last evening.

This was one of the most interesting talks it has ever been our privilege to broadcast, and judging by the numerous telephone calls we have received from the listeners-in, it was very much enjoyed by all who heard it.

We trust your radio experience was a pleasant one and that you will hear from your many friends in different sections of the country who were able to hear your voice over the radio.

With cordial good wishes, we are,

Sincerely yours,

Chas. B. Popenoe [signed]
CHAS. B. POPENOE.

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