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Powhatan, Virginia. My dear Mrs. Munford: Feeling the keenest interest in the passage of the Co-ordinate College Bill, I've gladly complied with your request that I interest others in said bill and have written to a number of women and men since receiving your last letter. Many of our people are very narrow and many more lamentably indifferent while a few are interested in the subject. Will do all I can to waken interest and diffuse knowledge of this most important measure. Very sincerely, Mary Lewis Tucker. (Mrs. R. H.), February tenth, Nineteen Sixteen