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Bedford, Virginia Apr. 15, 1912 My dear Mrs. Munford: I have postponed writing to you ever since my departure from Richmond My apology for not keeping my engagement with you for a talk concerning The Woman's College in which you are so laudably interesting [sic], and for the establishment of which you have done such able and effective work. I had to leave Richmond sooner than I expected, and rather suddenly, and so missed the very pleasant opportunity of seeing and talking with you; and when I got home I had to leave very soon for the South, and since returning have been very busy catching up back work. Assuming that my apology will be accepted, I wish to say that I shall always be glad to have your views on the subject of a Woman's College; and while I believe in the establishment of such a college and that possibly it should be run in conjunction with the University of Va.