Robins, Margaret Dreier, American labor leader (1868-1945). Typed letter signed.

Chicago, 12 April 1920.

8vo. 6 pp. on 2 double leaves.


To Mrs. Roland G. Hopkins from the Women's City Club of Boston: "[...] I was very happy to have the opportunity of speaking to that interesting gathering of friends in your home [...] Although I spoke somewhat about the International Congress of Working Women, I am going to repeat a few of the outstanding facts - which you may or may not care to read. Nineteen countries were represented, and the members of the Congress spoke in six or seven languages. They were women of broad vision and great insight into the industrial problems now confronting the world, and they had come together to consider the next steps in reconstruction in an effort to stabilize industry [...]".

On stationery with printed letterhead and two pinhead-sized holes.

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