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"Correspondence, March 1916", Item 003

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THE WOMAN'S JOURNAL 585 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts Telephone: Back Bay 4717 Contributing Editors Mary Johnston Stephen S. Wise Josephine Peabody Marks Zona Gale Florence Kelley Witter Bynner Contributing Editors Ben B. Lindsey Caroline Bartlett Crane Ellis Meredith Mabel Craft Deering Eliza Calvert Hall Reginald Wright Kauffman Assistant Editor Henry Bailey Stevens Editor-in-Chief Alice Stone Blackwell Manager Agnes E. Ryan March 1, 1916. Mrs. A. O. Taylor. Equal Suffrage League, Richmond, Virginia. Dear Mrs. Taylor: Through your generosity, we have been sending the Journal since August 14, 1915 to Mr. J. P. Jones, Richmond, Va. The paper has thus been able to reach one more person with its message and you have helped it to fulfill its purpose. This subscription expires on March 14. Are you intending to continue it yourself, or can you tell us if Mr. Jones will be likely to continue the subscription, if asked? This is only one subscription, of course, but our whole list is made up of single subscriptions. We must not only get new subscriptions constantly, but we must keep everyone we now have on our lists. Every discontinuance is a step backward for the cause - which even a new subscription does not make up. The suffrage movement needs each name on our list even more than we need the price of a subscription. To keep the flag flying both are necessary. A stamped and addressed envelope for your reply is enclosed. I would not write to you in this way if a renewal like this were a mere matter of business. Yours sincerely, Agnes E Ryan C