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"Correspondence, March 1916", Item 007

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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 7, 1916. Mrs. B. B. Valentine, 2338 Monument Avenue, Richmond, Virginia. My dear Mrs. Valentine: As we are planning for quite an extensive tour for Miss Foley, to end in Minnesota and Illinois, I do not think it would be possible for her to include Virginia on her way home. I can, however, postpone her time of starting and can plan to have her leave Boston in time to arrive in Richmond April 10th. I can give you two or three days of this week if you so desire. Would this be too early in the season to make it possible for her to have out-of-door meetings then? I trust that it will not be, as I would be sorry to have her omit Virginia on her trip, as i have had such hearty response from the different workers there. Will you let me know please at once if this date is more feasible for you and then I will arrange the rest of her tour accordingly. Sincerely yours, Agnes E. Ryan Per. E. B. Power AER/EBP/LMG