June 4. 1928.
My dear Miss Judson,
I hoped you will ring me up after you arrived. As I did not hear from you I want to make sure that you got the mail.
The New York Branch of the W.I.L. expects you, as they wrote your Tuesday afternoon to tea and I have invited several friends to meet you at my house Wednesday evening. I am unable to see you at the W.I.L. tea and beg you therefore to ring me up (after 10 o’clock) to-morrow morning.
Hoping you had a good passage and will have a pleasant time in New York,
New York Public Library Manuscripts and Archives Division. Rosika Schwimmer Papers, Box 179.