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"Correspondence, September-October 1915", Item 012

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October 11, 1915. Mrs. John H. Lewis, 609 Court St., Lynchburg, Va. My dear Mrs. Lewis:- We see from our daily papers that there will be a County Fair at Dillwyn, Buckingham Co., on October 21, 22, and 23. Can you make arrangements to attend and speak there at least one day? We have'nt the name of even one suffragist in Dillwyn on our list so cannot tell you to whom to write. Possibly you may know someone yourself. We are enclosing a few of our newest flyers. We are all delighted at the President's views on suffrage. Cordially I.M.T. State Board meeting at Headquarters, Thursday, October 14th at 11 o'clock.