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"Correspondence, January-February 1917", Item 022

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February 26, 1917 Woman's Journal 45 Boutwell St., "Dorchester". Boston, Mass. Ladies;- We are planning to have another Mass Meeting, over in South Richmond, Friday evening of this week, and we think the Journal of t the 24th would be splendid propaganda, so our Journal Chairman, Mrs. W. P. Adkins, wishes me to order 100 copies of that issue for use on this occasion. Our Chairman is worrying over the fact that she has not been receiving many subscriptions recently and hopes that at this meeting she may at least sow enough good seed to bring in subscriptions later. Cordially, Equal Suffrage League of Virginia Ida M. Thompson Hdq. Secty.