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"Correspondence, June 1915", Item 004

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June 8, 1915. Woman's Journal, 585 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. Ladies:- Enclosed find money order for $2.80 for which please send the Woman's Journal for one year to the following new subscribers, as per your special "Kampaign" offer:- Mrs. W. P. Adkins, 1636 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. Mrs. G. A. Sangster, Richmond Home for Ladies, Stuart Ave. & Mulberry St., Richmond, Va. Mrs. G. Ulrich, 502 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. Miss Emily P. Jones, -- Send JUNE issues to 608 W. 33rd St., Woodland Heights, Richmond, Va., and after June, and until further notice to 13 N. 5th St., Richmond, Va. We have the promise of several other new subscriptions and hope to be able to send in more at an early date. Yours very truly, EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUE OF RICHMOND, IMT.