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"Correspondence, January-February 1917", Item 019

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February 19,1917.

Woman's Journal, 45 Boutwell St., "Dorchester" Boston,Mass.

Ladies- There will be a very important meeting of the " Baking-Powder" Girls on Wednesday evening and we would like to have fifty copies of the Journal of February 17th, provided you can get them to us not later than Wednesday mid-day. We did not learn of this meeting until this morning, hence our hurry order.

The article on " Eight Hour Day for Women" and " Mothers Should be Educated in Citizenship" are specially applicable to this particular meeting, so we are very anxious to get the journals if they can reach us in time. If you find that they cannot reach us in time please do not send at all.

Since writing the above, we are afraid to send this even by special delivery, lest it be so late you could not ship in time for us to get them Wednesday, so we telegraphed, and this is simply to confirm the telegram.

Cordially,

Equal Suffrage League of Virginia.