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77 1917 May 9 Mrs McGeorge opened her home for a parlor meeting of the Nat'l Woman's Party, (Va. Branch.) Mrs Hudson, Mrs. McCrone, Mrs. Urquhart, Mrs. Hooker and Miss Jennings were the speakers.

May 11 The meeting of the Board was held at the home of the chairman, Mrs. Meredith. Members present Mrs. Meredith, Hudson, McCrone, Urquhart, McGeorge, Read, Miss Kryk and Miss Jennings. The chairman read a letter from Anne Martin calling as many members as possible to a hearing before the judiciary committee, May 15- 1917. A committee from the recently organized League of Liberals will be given an interview by President Wilson and hearing Mrs. McCrone read from Suffrage News valuable instructions to ward chairman and to Precinct captains. It was suggested that a few typewritten copes of these instructions be made and placed in the hands of chairmen. Marion T. Read, Sec.