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"Correspondence, January 1920", Item 012

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5 [imprinted letterhead] New Hotel Gleason G. D. Smith, J. L. Veal. } Proprietors Charlottesville, VA.

The audience comprised mostly of towns people - as the University crowd was all in attendance at Faculty meeting on educational question - Mrs. Morgan with Miss Shaw's sister secured thirty signatures - Judge Dabney was present talking suffrage loudly - He was present at Jackson Dinner - I heard him telling several men the best speech of that dinner was Mrs. Oleson's of [illegible]. Next morning I went with Mrs. Morgan - First called on Mr. Rhinehart & secured his