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"Correspondence, March-April 1919", Item 005

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However I still have the list, and if you still prefer that I return it direct to you, I will do so. Copying it would be pretty difficult. I could probably return part of it that belongs to other parts of the county or to groups already reached, and leave with Mrs. Parke only the part of it she would be likely to use. Even tho we have a good many enrollments, I am afraid it will not seem a very large percentage of about 12 000 voters. I am estimating that 3/5 to 4/7 of those reached sign, which is over half, and over half was what we aimed for in New York (51%) In South Dakota we aimed for 75%. We did not always get that, but in most counties we estimated that