Paul Underwood Kellogg to Jane Addams, December 27, 1911


December 27, 1911.

Miss Jane Addams,
Hull House,
[Halsted] St.,
Chicago, Ill.

My dear Miss Addams:-

The Los Angeles affair impelled a number of citizens to come together to consider its social implications and its significance for the nation. A series of informal gatherings were held at which the undersigned were present. At one or all of these the following persons also participated:

Miss Jane Addams
Mr. John Collier
Miss Mary E. Drier
Rev. F. O. Hall
Dr. F. M. North
Mr. George Foster Peabody
Mrs. Raymond Robbins

At the meeting held Wednesday, December 20th, it was unanimously voted to accept the document presented by a sub-committee. It is sent you herewith with the signatures of those present. Your own signature is requested by return mail, addressed to Paul U. Kellogg, 105 East 22nd Street.

Edward T. Devine
John A. Fitch
John Haynes Holmes
Arthur P. Kellogg
Paul U. Kellogg
Paul Kennaday
John A. Kingbury
Owen R. Lovejoy
Henry Morgenthau
Henry Moskowitz
William Jay Schieffelin
Lillian D. Wald
Stephen W. Wise

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