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"Correspondence, March-April 1919", Item 001

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meetings these were taken, so that we could now attempt reaching others. I could also give more information along this line. If this was not your idea, please let me know, but it seemed useless to duplicate this last more than we can help. I am enclosing clippings for the week from the Virginian-Pilot. Mrs. Willcox thinks the papers very bad, but I think this a very good showing. In regard to taking the enrollments, I do not object, where necessary, to going out by myself for canvassing or to doing any other necessary piece of suffrage work. I should not however be willing to undertake such a piece of work alone, as this defeats the two greatest ends of the enrollment undertaking: piling up great enough numbers, and encouraging local responsibility. The former could not be accomplished without a large force working, so that if one person were working alone the whole thing would be useless. The latter, I have always considered the most necessary part of the