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"Correspondence, November 1919", Item 011

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I'll be all ready to start for Petersburg the 22nd & should think I could take a suit case & do Nottaway from there. You could perhaps try [to] find me Petersburg board & if you can't I'll try myself when I get there. I give "negro vote" everywhere but have plenty yet. Much love to all - Faith W. Morgan

I'm sure I ploughed up the Lawrenceville men's minds to listen to Mr Johnson. What time is Mrs. Lewis likely to speak so I can tell women as I go along? If no one knows I'll guess at noon hour but a hard time for women to go -