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"Correspondence, August-December 1917", Item 014

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president of the Virginia League, presiding. Dr. Shaw is a speaker of world renown, and many persons, not delegates to the convention, will go to Norfolk especially to hear her address. Miss Mary Johnston, Virginia writer of note who gives to the suffrage cause the stimulus of her genius, will be the first speaker on Friday evening, November, 10. Miss Eudora Ramsay, the second speaker, is the daughter of Dr. David Ramsay, the well-known Baptist minister and resident of the Woman's College of Greenville, S.C. Miss Ramsay is a degree graduate of Columbia Universityand is well-known to Virginians by her work in the State during the last general assembly.