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"Correspondence, May 1912", Item 012

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Post Card. [postmark] Staunton May [3?] 1 PM 1912 [stamp] U.S. Postage One Cent

Address Only

[to] Mrs. A. M. Tyler. Equal Suf. League. E. Broad St. Richmond. Virginia.

[vertically at left] Communication

Am mailing papers. Sen Watkins about same now! Indignation does not abate. The offence came from distant women & gave our cause a new impetus! Wish it was possible to talk with you - The female mind works in many unexpected ways! I am as much amused as you were over the "window [washing?]" - tho the gain here was by a skirt, but powerful as ever. Presume you saw Lynchburg papers. Pardon haste - Yrs. [illegible] Saturday