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"Correspondence, January-February 1919", Item 008

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[imprinted letterhead] Equal Suffrage League of Virginia, Affiliated with National American Woman Suffrage Association, President Mrs. B. B. Valentine, Richmond, Va, Vice-Presidents, Mrs. John H. Lewis, Lynchburg, Va., Mrs. J. H. Whitner, R. D. 3., Roanoke, Va., Mrs. C. E. Townsend, Norfolk, Va., Mrs. Charles G. Bosher, Richmond, Va., Mrs. Robert T. Barton, Winchester, Va., Mrs. Faith W. Morgan, Hampton, Va., Chairman, State Organization Committee, Mrs. John H. Lewis, Lynchburg, Va., Chariman, Legislative Committee, Miss Adele Clark, Richmond, Va., Chairman, Enrollment Committee, Mrs. Frank L. Jobson, Richmond, Va., Chairman, Political Study and Research, Mrs. G. Harvey Clarke, Richmond, Va., Recording Secretary, Miss Lucinda Lee Terry, Roanoke, Va., Executive and Press Secretary, Mrs. Edith Clark Cowles, Richmond, Va., Headquarters' Secretary, Miss Ida M. Thompson, Richmond, Va., Treasurer, Mrs. E. G. Kidd, Richmond, Va., Auditor, Mrs. S. M. Block, Richmond, Va.State Headquarters, 100 North 4th Street, Richmond, Va.,

2 - 3 -19 - My dear Mrs. Townsend: - Your letter came this morning, and was most welcome. The Senate has postponed action until Friday at 12.30. Senator Mapp expects he will be able to be back then - I think the final vote will be taken then or Saturday. Opponents want to bring it up in the House again, so I don't know what will happen there. Mrs. Jobson & I are