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"Correspondence, April 1916", Item 013

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April 26, 1916. Mrs. John M. Lewis, Lynchburg, Va. My dear Mrs. Lewis;- Your letter of the 19th at hand and many thanks for your assistance for the Bulletin. We are sending the "Live Wires" to District Chairmen today and the remaining two lists of Leagues also. I am sure that Mrs. Valentine will be delighted with your offer of assistance for the Summer campaign and I trust that we will be able to pick up some good material among the college girls. I am constantly receiving reminders from the National Headquarters to present the Resolutions on May-day. Ours are prepared and in writing to the other Leagues if you will mention the matter I am sure that it will be of great assistance. I hope that your Easter market was a great success. We are going to have stalls in the two markets here on May-day. I received a letter from W. Va. calling attention to a Suffrage Exchange which they are operating. It occurred to me that we might do something of the same sort, and I shall send the letter on to you for your opinion as soon as Mrs. Valentine has returned. Very sincerely, Mrs. Blakey Executive Secretary.