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"Correspondence, November 1919", Item 018

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who is mailing you one name & a letter explaining why she could not do more. I persuaded her to keep a blank & try some more & the other women also. I was very anxious to send a few names for the convention, as a kind of consolation to myself for being unable to go. My mother's illness will keep me at home, but I will be with you all in spirit & loving thoughts & prayers that the inspiration will be great & the workers roused In case you do not have any other report from Shenandoah Co. you might