"Correspondence, January-February 1919", Item 014
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I do not think the influenza is so bad there now. Their woman's club generally meets about the middle of the month, and many of them are suffragists, and by going there for the March meeting, more people could be reached than by planning a suffrage meeting Mrs. John Neill tried to arrange this for the December meeting but the President is so opposed she refused to bring the matter before the board. Mrs. Neill said if she could