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"Correspondence, January 1920", Item 012

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Peyton they were going "to hear the usual number of lies told by the suffragists". It was their intention to heckle me but for some reason they did not - but quickly folded their tents and like Arabs indeed left the meeting. Mr. Albert Bolling introduced me - it was a mighty good introduction - and the audience most sympathetic - so many old men - real ancient looking - prophets from Old Testament in appearance -