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503 E. Grace St., Richmond, Va., Feb. 10th, 1914. Miss Lida Shaw King, Dean of the Women's College in Brown Univ. Providence, R. I. My dear Miss King:- Thank you very much for your letter of February 6th with valuable suggestions concerning snetiment in Charlottesville as to the College. Thank you also for taking the matter up with Dr. Mitchell and bringing to his mind the great advantage that a Co-ordinate College has over a separate college in regard to the superior quality of its faculty and the stimulating influences of a graduate school. I am glad to have this phase of the subject put nefore him by one of your experience. May I express to you once more the sincere appreciation of all the Co-ordinate College workers of what you accomplished for us by your visit here? I enclose check for $54.15 to cover your expenses. Sincerely yous, [blank]