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"Correspondence, March-April 1915", Item 023

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April 22, 1915.

Mrs. John H, Lewis, 609 Court St., Lynchburg, Va.

My dear Mrs. Lewis:--

I quote below extract from the Daily Herald, Waynesboro, Penn., reporting Mrs. Valentine's address there.

"As a happy co-incidence quite unexpected to the to the speaker, the floral decorations----great clusters of daffodils, the suffrage color-----were from her own native State, having been sent by Mrs. Robert Tait of Monroe, Va., to her friend Mrs. J. H. Cranwell, and by the latter kindly loaned to the local League for the occasion."

Mrs. Valentine, who is leaving town today for Charlotte Co., where she will make several addresses, requested me to send you the above in-formation, hoping that if you have not already done so, you will get Mrs. Tait to sign up.

Yours sincerely, [Alice O.Taylor] Executive Secretary.