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"Correspondence, March-April 1915", Item 020

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Apr. 19-1915 Miss Agnes Ryan Woman's Journal Boston- Mass. My dear Miss Ryan:- Please accept thanks for your letter answering our questions regarding your May First Demonstration Day issue. Please send us 500 copies. to reach us not later than Friday morning. April 30th. as we wish to turn them over to those who are going to conduct sales-stands on the street, May first. on the day before. It would probably be best to send us the 500 via parcel post or express. making a special shipment of them, for which we will be willing to pay the charges. We never receive here at Headquarters our Journal before Tuesday, and I suppose you mail them out on Saturdays. Please send us at once 50 copies of the Woman's Journal of April 17th. Cordially yours, Executive Secretary