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"Correspondence, March 1912", Item 004

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429 South St, Portsmouth, VA, March 18, 1912

To the President of the Women's Suffrage Society, Richmond, Va. My dear Madam: Will you be so kind as to send literature in favor of woman's suffrage movement to the above address. Failing to send literature, will you be so kind as to give me ten points in favor of the movement. It is to be used in a debate, and will be much appreciated. I am very truly yours, (Miss) Harriet L. Lash