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"Correspondence, August 1919", Item 003

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of enrollments she took previously will not count now? I told her I should think so, but would ask you. She cannot duplicate the work now. Also, please have literature sent Mrs. Richardson of Marion, so she can have it to distribute at the fair. I have written Mrs. Barton of Winchester to see Mr. Omps again, and if she can win him over now, as Mr. Gilpin of Clarke is reported favorable, nobody should need to go either to Winchester or Berryville. With love to all at the headquarters, Mary Elizabeth Pidgeon