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"Correspondence, July-August 1915", Item 014

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EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUE OF VIRGINIA. PRESIDENT, MRS. B. B. VALENTINE, 2338 MONUMENT AVE., RICHMOND, VA. HON. 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. J. H. LEWIS, LYNCHBURG, VA. MRS. W. 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 July 29, 1915 Dear Mrs. Townsend. I returned Monday via Gordonsville where Berta Willford helped me at the Piedmont Assembly- a sort of camp meeting which invited me to speak to them. Tomorrow I leave for Scottsville and Esmont in Albemarle Co. August 4. 5. 6 Loudon Co. August 7-12 Fauquier Co. I fear unless you receive more definite encouragement it would be better not to go to Emporia at this time. Mrs. Clarke is away, and I do not know Mrs. Robertson's initials, unfortunately. I am delighted with