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"Correspondence, June 1915", Item 006

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KATE GORDON CHAPTER Southern States Woman's Suffrage Conference WASHINGTON, D.C. PRESIDENT Mrs. Wesley Martin Stoner, Fla. 1527 R. I. Ave. N.W. 1st VICE PRESIDENT Mrs. Cato Sells, Texas 1769 Columbia Road 2nd VICE PRESIDENT Mrs. Kate Trenholm Abrahams, S.C. 1708 21st Street N.W. EXECUTIVE MEMBER Mrs. Kate Waller Barrett, Va. 408 Duke St. Alex. Va. SECRETARY Mrs. R. O. Jones, Ga. 1313 N St. N.W. TREASURER Mrs. E.G. Siggers, Va. 306 F Street N.W. HISTORIAN Mrs. Estelle W. Ions, La. 1022 Vermont Ave. If you haven't already read "Beauty for Ashes" by Albion Fellows Bacon, on housing reform, you must do so - it is one of the most thrilling things I ever read. The last thriller I read was Beatrice Hale's "What Women Want." We now have 36 books in our library & they are working hard. I expected to go to Headquarters in Norfolk, while I was down there, but had to entertain some relatives when I wasn't doing suffrage work, so couldn't get over. So much is written now about the good effect of the western women wearing their "I am a voter" buttons & I think we ought to use our influence by wearing our "Votes for Women" badges. Mrs. Morgan & I find that they talk for us more than anything & every suffragist ought to show what kind of women want the vote.