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"Correspondence, October 1919", Item 006

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might be connected with the Womans Party. If we could get any money, I wanted our organization to have it - Will write the letters as soon as I can. In Riverton I visited every house, getting 38 names, 2/3 of those reached, and a good majority of the total woman population. Took a full day, as houses are much scattered but not enough so to justify driving. Will finish White Post today, with meeting here tonight - My expense account was neither paid nor receipted beforehand, but please say nothing further about it. I have not been able to do as much for Virginia as the rest of you have thru the years - Wish it could be more - I'm enclosing one of your bulletins which I wanted to copy, but did not mean to carry away with me. Hope you have not meanwhile needed it. I want to finish Berryville, cover Boyce & Millwood, and go to Loudoun Monday at the latest. Please let me have the following information, Leesburg Gen'l, Del'y. 1 - Enrollments I took in Leesburg 2 - Does Mrs. V. want me to see Thomas Williams of Falls Church, or did Adèle see him, and what is the Fairfax information to give him? 3. Does Mrs. Valentine want me to cover Herndon? It is not in Loudoun, but I notice Mrs.