Winchester, Virginia, Jan. 7, 1918. To Gov.-Elect, Hon. Westmoreland Davis Dear Sir:-- One of the questions of great interest to many of us, which will come up during your administration, is that of the co-ordinate college for women at the University of Virginia. As an alumnus of that institution and as one interested in educational problems, I write to express the hope that you may give your weighty influence to the advancement of this movement. It seems to many of our constituents a vital need in the educational system of our State. May your administration have the lasting honor of inaugurating it. With best wishes for your success in your arduous duties, I remain Your obedient servant, J. H. Lacy, Pastor Presbyterian Church, Winchester, Virginia.