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"Correspondence, November 1919", Item 020

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[imprinted letterhead] EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUE OF VIRGINIA Affiliated with National American Woman Suffrage President Mrs. B. B. Valentine, Richmond Va. Chairman Committee On Protection Of Woman's Labor Mrs. D. Miles Taylor, Richmond, Va. Chairman Food Production And Conservation Mrs. John G. Munce, Richmond, Va. Chairman Woman Citizen Subscriptions Miss Helen Stockdell, Richmond Va. State Headquarters 100 North 4th Street, Richmond, Va. Vice-Presidents Mrs. John H. Lewis, Lynchburg Va. Mrs. W. T. Yancey, Bedford, Va Mrs. C. E. Townsend, Norfolk, Va. Mrs. J. H. Whitner, R.D. 3, Roanoke, Va. Mrs. Faith W. Morgan, R.D. 1, Hampton, Va. Treasurer Mrs. E. G. Kidd, Richmond, Va. Auditor Mrs, S. M. Block, Richmond, Va. Recording Secretary Miss Roberta Wellford, University, Va. Executive And Press Secretary Mrs. Edith Clark Cowles, Richmond, Va. Headquarters Secretary Miss Ida Thompson, Richmond, Va. Chairman Congressional Committee Mrs. John H. Lewis Lynchburg, Va. Chairman Political Study and Research Mrs. G. Harvey Clarke, Richmond, Va.

January 6 1920 Woodstock. My dear Mrs. Valentine - Enclosed is information from Craig, Grayson, Page, Rappahannock & Winchester. Some of it you may have had before. Also about 100 more enrollments, scattered - Senators & Delegates seem to be all getting the Woman Citizen safely, also the Woman Patriot, & many have had Sams' book. Mrs. Miles wanted me to tell you the Ozlin-Stuart resolution was prepared by Mrs. Williams husband. She thought it might be of some slight significance that it was not entirely spontaneous in the House, but a product of outside forces - She discovered this thru an anti cousin or friend with whom she lunched during the Convention.