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"Correspondence, September-October 1915", Item 018

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"HAVE I NOT COMMANDED YOU? BE STRONG AND OF GOOD COURAGE. ALL THAT THOU COMMANDEST US, WE WILL DO, AND WITHERSOEVER THOU SENDEST US, WE WILL GO." JOSHUA 1:9, 16 Woman's Christian Temperance Union of the State of North Carolina The North Carolina White Ribbon OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE NORTH CAROLINA W.C.T.U. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 25 CENTS A YEAR MRS. ELLEN J. Y. PREYER, EDITOR 506 SUMMIT AVE., GREENSBORO PRESIDENT MRS. T. ADELAIDE GOODNO. RALEIGH HONORARY PRESIDENT MRS. MARY E. CARTLAND, GREENSBORO VICE-PRESIDENT-AT-LARGE MRS. CLAY FOREMAN, ELIZABETH CITY CORRESPONDING SECRETARY MRS. ELIZABETH STEVICK, RALEIGH 6 EAST LENOIR STREET RECORDING SECRETARY MRS. MARY E. WHITE, GUILFORD COLLEGE TREASURER MRS. ELLEN J. Y. PREYER, GREENSBORO Raleigh N.C. Oct. 24th 1915 Mrs. Jessie E. Townsend Acting President Suffrage League My Dear Mrs. Townsend Thank you for your words of encouragement in your note of the 10th. I have been so anxious for our W.C.T.U. women to make a study of the suffrage question, you know the National W.C.T.U. has advocated it almost from its beginning and almost every state now is doing something along this line except a few of southern states (I mean in W.C.T.U's) I believe North Carolina is as backward as any, I have been president for four years and every year I have urged my women