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"Correspondence, November-December, no month 1916", Item 012

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quotation aforesaid, and my re-constructed "remarks": I'll try to reconstruct them, if you need them. Also: In our resent Convention programs, there are lists of League Presidents. Ask Lila if I had best mark in that list such persons as I think would make good County Chairmen and send the list to her for approval or correction? This would save the Headquarter's Sec'y from making fresh lists at this juncture. Answer at once, please. And yet again: Mrs. Walter McNab Miller writes me today from Washington, urging that District Chairmen "interview" their Congressional and Senatorial members anew on the Federal Amendment question, since recent political developments may have changed their views. The help given by Western women to the Democratic cause may appeal to them, and we would like to have them interviewed and the name of the interviewer, date & result of the interview sent to me by (or a little before) Dec. 1st. We must push for a vote during the short session. So--go for Tom Martin tenderly but firmly--see him, if you can and for your Congressman-- & let me hear. With sincere love, E. Lewis