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"Correspondence, November 1919", Item 001

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Lincoln (care Miss Cornelia Shoemaker). They will hold a meeting Sunday afternoon, and we will canvas Mon. Please send me literature there, and especially some enrollment blanks. I have written to Mrs. Henry Page of Bluemont, Mrs. Addison Vandevanter of Round Hill (don't know whether she is a suffragist), Mrs. John T. Hirst of Purcellville and Rev. Clayton Torrence of Herndon. The Leesburg enrollments were sent to Richmond in May, and I think were used during the Special session, but I have gotten the list (or rather a list) from the cards signed when you were in Leesburg. I have about 800 names now. am sending you (registered) 451 women's names, 100 men's, 32 Clarke forever signers. These are for Frederick, Clarke, Warren and Prince William. 13 women's and 10 men's are left in Front Royal where they