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"Correspondence, November-December, no month 1916", Item 010

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November 17, 1916. Woman's Journal, 45 Boutwell St., Dorchester, Boston, Mass. Ladies;- Please send us as soon as possible two dozen copies of "A Bubble Pricked". In response to your letter of the 10th saying that you had a gift of one dollar from a woman in Pennsylvania to pay for a subscription to the Journal for some woman in Virginia, we would suggest that you send the Journal to Mrs. W. E. Neblett, Lunenbug Court House, Virginia. We are delighted with the Pennsylvania lady's kindness and accept it with pleasure. We have entered complaint at the telegraph office here on account of the delay in delivering our telegram last week and have just been assured that the matter will be thoroughly sifted and adjusted. Yours very truly, Equal Suffrage League of Virginia. Miss Maria Spink.