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"Correspondence, November-December, no month 1914", Item 017

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Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS, 1420 F STREET WASHINGTON, D.C. Colors-Purple, White and Gold VOTES FOR WOMEN Executive Committee Miss Alice Paul, N.J., Chairman Miss Lucy Burns, N.Y., Vice-Chairman Mrs. Donald Hooker, Md., Chairman Finance Mrs. Mary Beard, N.Y. Mrs. O.H.P. Belmont, N.Y. Mrs. Crystal Eastman Benedict, N.Y. Mrs. Gilson Gardner, D.C. Miss Elsie Hill, Conn. Mrs. Lawrence Lewis, Jr., Pa. Advisory Council Mrs. John Winters Brannan, N.Y. Mrs. Inez Milholland Boissevain, N.Y. Mrs. Harriott Stanton Blatch, N.Y. Mrs. Frank Cothren, N.Y. Mrs. William L. Colt, N.Y. Mrs. Lillian Harris Coffin, Cal. Mrs. George H. Day, Conn. Miss Lavinia Dock, N.Y. Miss Mary Bartlett Dixon, Md. Mrs. John Dewey, N.Y. Mrs. Glendower Evans, Mass. Mrs. Edwin C. Grice, Pa. Mrs. Charlotte Perkins Gilman, N.Y. Mrs. Frederick C. Howe, N.Y. Mrs. F. R. Hazard, N.Y. Mrs. Florence Bayard Hilles, Del. Miss Ada L. James, Wis. Miss Helen Keller, Mass. Mrs. Florence Kelley, N.Y. Dr. Cora Smith King, Wash. Mrs. William Bross Lloyd, Ill. Mrs. Sophie G. Meredith, Va. Mrs. Lionel S. Marks, Mass. Miss Edythe Wynne Matthison, Conn. Mrs. Marsden Perry, R.I. Mrs. William Prendergrast, N.Y. Mrs. Mary Hutcheson Page, Mass. Mrs. John Rogers, N.Y. Prof. Lucy M. Salmon, N.Y. Mrs. Mina Van Winkle, N.J. Mrs. John Jay White, D.C. Miss Charlotte Anita Whitney, Cal. Mrs. Harvey W. Wiley, D.C. December 28, 1914. Mrs. C. R. Townsend, Freemason St., Norfolk, Va. My dear Mrs. Townsend: Will you not be one of a Committee of One Hundred to provide the expenses of maintaining the headquarters of the Congressional Union at Washington for the ensuing year? I have been asked to be chairman again of this committee and earnestly beg for the cooperation of all those who were so helpful last year, also hoping for many new members. The conditions of membership are to pay or raise twenty-five dollars or more for this work during the year, - if possible before March 1st. The committee will meet in May 1915. If you will join us please fill out the blank attached below and send to me at 1420 F street. Sincerely yours, Elizabeth T. Kent. (Mrs. William Kent) Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage:- As a member of the Committee of One Hundred, I pledge myself to pay twenty-five dollars or more before , 1915 for the maintenance of the Congressional Headquarters in Washington for 1915. Name Address