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"Correspondence, April 1912", Item 017

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Hill Montague, Counsellor at Law, Richmond, Virginia. April 30, 1912. Equal Suffrage League, City. Dear Mrs. Tyler: I enclose letter from Mr. Maxie Acree, Biscoe, Va., which explains itself. Will you please send him literature. I am writing that you will do so. It seems that I am getting quite well known as one who can furnish such information, but I have to refer back to headquarters. Sincerely yours, Hill Montague-