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"Correspondence, September-October 1915", Item 018

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in my annual New Year letter to do something, last year in my address I went a little farther and this year our convention being in my own city I felt I would make a stronger appeal. I was so anxious to have Judge Walter Clark give one of his suffrage addresses at our convention, I spoke of it so several of our women and none of them thought much of it, my state corresponding sect. though I would not be able to get Judge Clark, but I took it upon myself to do everything in my power to get him and I was successful and he made a new speech for the occasion, it is in to-day's News & Observer/ I did not succeed in having the franchise department put in our plan of work with a superintendent but it was agreed to make a study of the dep't with the general officers to manage, I intend to offer my services to send the proper literature to our unions for study and I assure you I shall not let an opportunity go by without doing something. Again thanking you I am yours cordially T. Adelaide Gordon