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32 Richmond, Va. July 28 - 1915 Dr. Love-Bossieux, Miss Hansche, Mrs [Dorothy] Urquhart and Mrs. Percy Read [Marion Gould Thorp Read] were present at the meeting held with Mrs. Urquhart. The minutes of the secretary were approved. The treasurer reported the encouraging balance on hand of $19.75 which was approved. The method of keeping funds and paying bills was discussed but no definite action taken. Respectfully submitted Marion T. Read, Sec.

Richmond, Va. July 29, 1915 A committee from the Union consisting of Miss Hansche and Mrs. Percy Read were informed by Mr Forward, the governor's secretary, that Governor Stuart would receive their delegation that afternoon. The committee somewhat excited with unexpected notice rushed about to newspaper offices, and then endeavored