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"Correspondence, March-April 1919", Item 005

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[imprinted letterhead] "On The National Highway" Come To Cumberland It Offers Opportunities FORT CUMBERLAND HOTEL In The Heart Of The Business District European The Fort Cumberland Hotel Co. H. B. Mabson, President. A. B. Hodge, Secretary. [image of hotel] "Modern Fire Proof" 200 Rooms 150 With Bath "Sleep Where Life Is Safe"

3 - 9 -1919 424 W Bute St., Norfolk, Va.

My dear Mrs. Valentine: - We really are getting some names here. I have taken over 500 now, and have blanks out thru about 24 people, beside the blanks Mrs. Parke has out, and Mrs. Willcox has blanks out to about 15 people. Mrs. Willcox thinks we should get considerably over 1000, and Mrs. Parke says she and others will continue with the work after this start, and will thus get more names. Mrs. Parke has been ill with a cold, but will go away this week instead of last. She will be back by Thursday, however. She is still unwilling to act

[imprinted] When In Wheeling, W. VA., Stop At Hotel Windsor Assist The Conservation Of Paper By Using Both Sides Of This Sheet.