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"Correspondence, October 1919", Item 006

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White Post. 10-8-19 My dear Edith: - Your letter reached me at home the end of last week - names of dem committeemen enclosed - I am sending with this any information I have lately on any of these men - As to the Front Royal Press - Sentinel - Col. S. R. Millar - fold me he would use plates. I believe he is not personally favorable, but will be glad to use news. Does not get our bulletins. Reporter- Riverton - very small paper - Mrs. Melton reports the editor, C. W. McCormack, favorable as to the Winchester committee, on finances, or anything else, I believe, and so do Mrs. Barton and Mrs. Smith, that