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"Correspondence, July 1919", Item 012

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Please send Mrs. Miles a letter of introduction like the ones Mrs. Lewis prepared for us, and also a copy of that clipping about Franklin and Henry Co. being instructed against suffrage for the special session - She is especially anxious to see this; would return it, I think, if you've only one copy. Please send me the list of newspapers receiving plate and news bulletins. It will be safe to address me in Bristol for Saturday, as I shall not leave there before that time.