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"Correspondence, September-October 1915", Item 014

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I haven't any petition with me and no literature except my Journals and the Suffragist you sent me. Next time please send me some more paper with Norfolk Equal Suf. League heading? I like to send it to people, both to show the map and that N. is awake. Four trial subscriptions that I sent to Wo. Journal were on my own hook and I could not sign money received. You could spend a night here if you could get here, but you wouldn't find city conveniences. Only bare floors, no bath-room, no parlor. The house consists of four large rooms and a hall, and beyond an open porch, the cook room which is also dining-room. Old Mrs. Drake has been very ill in the room under this, but is better. I haven't given up all hope of getting to Courtland. God speed the Right. Yours hopefully, M. E. Terry.