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"Correspondence, May 1915", Item 019

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it will not amount to very much for it is obliged to help the constructive work we are trying to do. In spite of the decision of our State Board and of our Richmond Executive Committee, Miss Vernon and Mrs. Lattimore have had the audacity to go into our Headquarters make use of our typewriter and card index of city and state members to send out the invitation to the Conference. This act is in my opinion distinctly dishonorable. Such unscrupulous methods are beyond my comprehension. The "antis" would make fine capital of it if they could but know it. I was so sorry not to see you again. I phoned several times but could not get you. I wish you could go to the Chicago conference. Can you? You would be entertained while there. Let me hear at once whether you can or not and also the news of the Norfolk League. Cordially yours, Lila M. Valentine