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"Correspondence, September 1916", Item 004

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JAS. C. MOREHEAD MANAGER. MAPLE SHADE INN PULASKI, VA. pay for one and you the other in any event we could perhaps take Mrs. McLung in Richmond and put the Convention dates in Norfolk somewhat later. When you could secure Dr. Shaw. We have however advertised through our headquarters bulletin sent to Mrs. Dillingham and all to State local presidents that the convention would be called in Norfolk the second week in November. Many Norfolk people have heard Dr. Shaw and she has spoken twice in Richmond still I believe she would always draw. Suppose we have both if you can get Dr. Shaw for either the 8th or 19th of November the 10th of November is Mrs. McLung's date, and cannot be changed, as she has every day engaged for the two months of October and November and is managed by the National. Will you and Mrs. Dillingham therefore write at once to Dr. Shaw and