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"Correspondence, June 1915", Item 006

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Richmond & also to Mr. Mauss, the Sec. in Balt. His Sec. answered today, simply saying Mr. Mauss is out of the city & Mr. Carrington has not replied, so I think it shows great need of more letters! Mrs. Morgan will write from our Leagues in N. News & Hampton & ask the individuals to write & I wrote to the Pres. of League in Atlanta, who is a hustler. It is a good idea to write to State Chairmen & also Pres. in Balt. Will you write from the Norfolk League & ask as many suffragists as possible to write personal letters. I told them that the most progressive organizations in the country had enclosed equal suffrage & I asked their stand on it, as it is the only way towards co-operative development & of course women from enfranchised States can not be expected to give up their citizenship etc. I was in Hampton for three weeks in May & Mrs. Morgan & I made things hum & our petition work is flourishing. We also "made tracks to the water's edge" by going to court to the labor cases & Miss Barbour told us of conditions at our very doors, that we couldn't have borne even hearing of, if he hadn't felt we are doing our little best.