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"Correspondence, September 1916", Item 004

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see when you can secure her? If she can come for the 8th or 9th, she will be on the Convention program. If she can come later, you could feature her as one of your own speakers for the Norfolk League. My plan was to open the Convention Wednesday the 8th with a meeting of the State Executive Council for practically a day's session like the National. Then on Thursday open the Convention, hold the primary Thursday afternoon, and elect Friday afternoon. Thursday and Friday nights to be public propaganda meetings, with big speakers. I speak here tonight in Berryville Clarke Co. Court Day the 25th, Woodstock the 26th then home. So let me know as soon as you hear from Dr. Shaw. Is Mrs. Dillingham in Norfolk? If so, please read this to her as I have not her address. Cordially yrs. Lila M. Valentine