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"Correspondence, November 1919", Item 018

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Strasburg, Va. 14 - Nov - '19 Dear Miss Thompson - Mr. Homer Copp, the newly elected member of the Legislature from this Dist. is my near neighbor, so I interviewed him today, knowing he is a suffragist as he signed my enrollment last year. He says he has always been a suffragist & is counting on using his influence & his vote for ratification. I also tried to round up the blanks I had put out, but of cpurse none of the women had done a thing, except Mrs. Chas. Miller,