soon after we alunched this movement. I heard him on this question out here at Randolph Macon, he made me look upon this as a great need, in the south, which is so over run with low grade superficial girls colleges(?) If you could get him to address the Representatives, it would be a good days work. I wish he could get Featherston by the "nape of the neck."
Mr. Black couldn't come to Richmond but promised to write to Featherston & Easley. Well, I shall keep busy, and hope that some good may come of my efforts, I have had very satisfactory conferences today. I commend you for your excellent work, and believe that "right will get prevail." Owen Easley is at Murphy's with his brother.
I will write again when I've anything to report. Yours sincerely Alice J. Kyle