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"Correspondence, November 1919", Item 014

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between here and Washington that will much more than take up the two or three days that are left after I get Loudoun towns visited. I am glad Mrs. Valentine decided it was best for me to stay here, as I thought it a wasted expense to go all the way to Roanoke for the four days' time where work was waiting here. No literature needed I think before the Convention, but I do need enrollment blanks very badly as the ones I've been using I have had to make - Send to Waterford as soon as you get this - Haste and best wishes - M E Pidgeon. Also send me some of the new literature like Southern Planter -