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"Correspondence, August 1919", Item 010

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[imprinted letterhead] Maple Shade Inn, W. H. Hodge, Manager, Pulaski, Va.,

[Page] 3 as follows: Aug 16 - Dem. Mass Mtg - Bristol (Mrs. Parrish will distribute literature there, but will not speak, and it would be effective to have a short speech there) Aug 22 - Dem. Conv. Pulaski, [Aug] 23 - [Dem Conv.] Marion, [Aug] 28 - Fair, Marion - but I think this of minor importance as Mrs. Richardson will distribute literature & sentiment there is good. The political convention there is of greater importance Sep. 10 - Fair, Galax - I have been granted opportunity to speak here, if possible. Altho this is a Repub-