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The Women's College in Brown University Dean's Office Providence, R.I. Feb. 6, 1914. Mrs. M. C. B. Munford, 503 East Grace Street, Richmond, Va. My dear Mrs. Munford, You asked me to send you a statement of my expenses and I find that the fare both ways, including meals and a night at the hotel, amounts to $54.15. I want also to tell you that I went to Charlottesville on Friday evening, spent a night there at the home of one of the professor's and had a chance to talk with a few of the members of the Faculty. There seems to be a feeling on the part of those with whom I talked that if a co-ordinate college was not established there, the state would put up a co-educational institution near Richmond. Those whom I met seemed to be cordial to the idea of a co-ordinate college. They did, however, feel that it would be necessary to have the students within a short distance of the University owing to the impossibility of transporting the professors. Of course, those whom I met may not represent the feeling of the entire Faculty. On Friday morning I had a