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"Correspondence, May 1915", Item 019

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Let me know when you decide to come through here that if possible I may have you here with me L.M.V. EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUE OF VIRGINIA. PRESIDENT, MRS. B. B. VALENTINE, 2338 MONUMENT AVE., RICHMOND, VA. HONORARY VICE-PRESIDENTS MISS MARY JOHNSTON, WARM SPRINGS, VA. MISS ELLEN GLASGOW, RICHMOND, VA. MRS. KATE LANGLEY BOSHER, RICHMOND, VA. MRS. KATE WALLER BARRETT, ALEXANDRIA, VA. MRS. LOUISE COLLIER WILLCOX, NORFOLK, VA. ACTIVE VICE-PRESIDENTS. MRS. JOHN H. LEWIS, LYNCHBURG, VA. MRS. WALTER J. ADAMS, NORFOLK, VA. MRS. C. V. MEREDITH, RICHMOND, VA. MRS. STEPHEN PUTNEY, WYTHEVILLE, VA. MRS. J. ALLEN WATTS, ROANOKE, VA. MISS ROBERTA WELLFORD, RECORDING SECRETARY UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. MRS. ALICE OVERBEY TAYLOR, EXECUTIVE SECRETARY RICHMOND, VA. MRS. E. G. KIDD, TREASURER RICHMOND VA. MRS. JOHN S. MUNCE, AUDITOR RICHMOND, VA. MRS. G. HARVEY CLARKE, PRESS CHAIRMAN, RICHMOND, VA. STATE HEADQUARTERS, RICHMOND, VA. COMMERCIAL BUILDING, SECOND STREET BETWEEN BROAD AND GRACE by you and will be glad to know that you dread the militancy of the Union for she feels with us, that their methods tend that way. We had a most successful open air meeting in South Richmond last night. I spoke from Mrs. Foster's motor to about 400 people. Dr. Flannagan and Mr. Duke made short talks also and Rev. W. A. Cooper of the Central Methodist Church introduced me in quite a strong suffrage speech. The Rev. M. Rowland of one of the Norfolk Methodist Churches might do the same thing for you people some time. He is a good suffragist. I hope the resolutions of the Chicago