SIXTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. EDWIN Y. WEBB, N. C., CHAIRMAN CHARLES C. CARLIN, VA. HENRY J. STEELE, PA. ROBERT Y. THOMAS, JR., KY. J RANDALL WALKER, GA. JOSEPH TAGGART, KANS. ANDREW J. VOLSTEAD, MINN. WILLIAM L. IGOE, MO. JOHN M. NELSON, WIS. WARREN GARD, OHIO. DICK T. MORGAN, OKLA. WM. ELZA WILLIAMS, ILL. HENRY G. DANFORTH, N.Y. RICHARD S. WHALEY, S. C. GEORGE S. GRAHAM, PA. HARRY H. DALE, N. Y. WALTER M. CHANDLER. N. Y. THADDEUS H. CARAWAY, ARK. LEONIDAS C. DYER, MO. M. M. NEELY, W. VA. JOSEPH WALSH, MASS. A. L. QUICKEL, CLERK.
COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES U. S., WASHINGTON, D. C. July 21, 1917. Mrs. Mary M. B. Mumford, 503 E. Grace Street, Richmond, Virginia. My dear Mrs. Mumford:- Your favor of the 17th instant is at hand, and I take pleasure in giving you the name of Mrs. Henry Lockwood, Clarendon, Virginia, who could be very helpful to you if you could interest her. I have not spoken to her on the subject and she does not know that I have given you her name. The ladies of my section are at present so busy with Red Cross matters that it may be difficult for you to interest them in your matter just at present. Very truly yours, [C..C. Ceariy?] Better write to the lady, also drop him a line saying we will use his name as [introduction?] & ask him to speak a word of '"[illegible]" '"[illegible]" us