"Correspondence, June 1916", Item 002
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Equal Suffrage League of Virginia PRESIDENT MRS. B. B. VALENTINE, RICHMOND, VA. MISS ROBERTA WELLFORD, RECORDING SECRETARY UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA MRS. ELIZABETH WEBB BLAKEY, EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, RICHMOND, VA. MRS. E. G. KIDD, TREASURER RICHMOND, VA. MRS. HENRY AYLETT SAMPSON, AUDITOR RICHMOND, VA. MRS. G. HARVEY CLARKE, CHAIRMAN POLITICAL STUDY AND RESEARCH RICHMOND, VA. MRS. JOHN H. LEWIS, CHAIRMAN STATE CONG. COMMITTEE LYNCHBURG, VA. HONORARY VICE-PRESIDENTS MISS MARY JOHNSTON WARM SPRINGS, VA. MISS ELLEN GLASGOW, RICHMOND, VA. MRS. STEPHEN PUTNEY WYTHEVILLE, VA. MRS. KATE LANGLEY BOSHER RICHMOND, VA. MRS. KATE WALLER BARRETT ALEXANDRIA, VA. MRS. CHARLES V. MEREDITH RICHMOND, VA. MRS. LOUISE COLLIER WILLCOX NORFOLK, VA. ACTIVE VICE-PRESIDENTS MRS. JOHN H. LEWIS LYNCHBURG, VA. MRS. W. T. YANCEY BEDFORD, VA. MRS. C. E. TOWNSEND NORFOLK, VA. MRS. W. J. ADAMS NORFOLK, VA. MRS. W. W. KING STAUNTON, VA. STATE HEADQUARTERS, RICHMOND, VA. COMMERCIAL BUILDING, SECOND STREET, BETWEEN BROAD AND GRACE June 14, 1916 Dear Mrs. Townsend-I was so glad to see your handwriting once more. I was sure you had good reason for silence, and simply supposed that you had gone with Mr. Townsend to Williamsburg as your other suggested you were going to in your last letter. No one has written me that you had left. In fact it was the lack of information generally that caused me to make the inquiry. Miss Nottingham, the new secretary wrote only that they hoped Mrs. Van Sweringen could go to St. Louis, thus that it was definitely decided that