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"Correspondence, January-May 1918", Item 017

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and Kate Cooke asked me to be at the Friday meeting. Of course I have accepted with pleasure and am at the service of Norfolk in any way. I cannot get the Suffolk people to do a thing - and shall perhaps ask them to let me stop [illegible] there on my return from Norfolk- and try a new deal. I am going to accept Mr. Charles Ryan's invitation to come down to Lynnhaven this spring. Perhaps we can get hold of Princess Anne in that way. Will send a letter to all Leagues in a few days about the National Conventions. Miss Cooke seems to be much troubled over the C.U. I wrote her it could not be helped, and to go on with her own constructive work as if they were not there. I hope to have Mrs. Catt at the State Convention next November. She has promised to come to Virginia then as she can not now because of the campaign states. We have Miss Foley the 15th of April after your meeting. Lynchburg & Roanoke 17, 18. Do keep up the parlor meetings. We are doing well with them here. It was a great help you getting hold of Judge Ackiss. Clyde Saunders of Richmond also helped us and C. N. Winn of Keysville. Cordially L. Valentine