"Correspondence, August 1919", Item 010
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I will leave here about 4 on Monday for Blacksburg. I wired Mrs. Lewis to wire me if she wanted me to meet her elsewhere before that. Lee Trinkle is a little sore that Mapp is leading our fight. It seems to me I got that knowledge in Richmond, and went there with the idea of being as nice to him as possible. The only remark he made to me was that he had stood for suffrage for ever so long, and now some of "those others" were coming round to it, "Mapp and others" (slurring tones). It was after all very decent of him to write all about it to Mrs. Valentine, and had we known that sooner, I need not have seen him. He was