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"Correspondence, July-August 1915", Item 014

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your activities in Norfolk and think it most encouraging that those men should be helping you about the charter. Let us hear what Tellsmere really did to secure the franchise -evidently the Florida Constitution is not so definite as ours about the conferring of this right to vote. I hope Mrs. Willcox will speak in New Jersey after all. Of course, I have no authority to put Mrs. Willcox at the head of any committee. It was simply a suggestion when the various women already on the executive committee were talking together at Mrs. Reid's about various forms of work. Her appointment of course rests with the president or the executive committee itself, as the case may be. How is Mrs. Adam's son? I hope much better. Adele Clark, Nora Houston and Mrs. Jobson have been speaking before all the political clubs where the legislative candidates appeared, and most effectively too I am told Cordially yrs L. M. Valentine