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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] 5 send it. I scarcely know where I am to go (except Blacksburg) until I hear frpm you again. Conventions and candidates are the issue now I take it. Please send the check here. As to the Greensboro papers, all I care for is the suffrage material, so if it is less trouble to send me the clippings, please do so, keeping one, and sending me only one full copy of the paper. I will enclose an expense statement for this week. It must be rather a bother