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Gloucester, Va, Mar. 8th 1918. Mrs. B. B. Munford, Richmond, Va, My dear Madam, I have received your circular letter, and feel constrained again to place myself on record, as unalterably opposed to any bill allowing women in any of the departments of our University. Dr. Alderman and Dr Page, "to the contrary notwithstanding," I am sure it would work inestimable harm to the University, and to the women of Virginia. Of course, I cannot enter into the subject with you now - I can only say that I have been filled with amazement when I have read of a number of charming and intelligent Virginia ladies advocating any such course. I can only account for it by knowing that they "do err through ignorance". I am an alumnus of the University, I have kept in very close touch with it for,