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"Correspondence, April 1916", Item 006

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April 5, 1916. My dear Mrs. Lewis: - Mrs. Valentine says you wish a list of the different leagues in their respective Congressional Districts, and I am herewith enclosing same, hoping that I have arranged them so as to be of service to you in your Congressional work. I am very sorry to tell you that Mrs. Valentine is very much "under the weather" and the doctor has advised that she take an absolute rest for a few weeks, and she is now planning to leave Richmond in a day or so in order that she may get the rest necessary to put her in working condition again. With best wishes, I am, Cordially yours, IMT