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"Correspondence, November 1919", Item 011

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(2 I had a heart to heart talk with Mrs Boswell (Mrs Bosher's friend) her husband can't make her sign but I'm sure I did good work with her anyway. They are called "millionaires" here - the popular way of referring to them. He is so nice, & knows Mrs. V. she is nice too - I am getting the W.C.T.U's here too. It may pay to leave off the outskirts here & go on. These towns have terrific distances. I only have 4 men here! 36 women so far. The nice Faulkners here are son of the Boydton ones - Boydton & Clarksville know a good [bit?], they just wouldn't.