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Richmond, Va.
 
Richmond, Va.
  
Dear Mrs. Mumford, - Yours of the 13 received, and in reply will say that I am today writing to some of our influential men among the constituents of the "unfavorable ones" -asking that they take the matter up, and bring all the pressure to [illegible][ on them they possibly can.
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Dear Mrs. Mumford, - Yours of the 13 received, and in reply will say that I am today writing to some of our influential men among the constituents of the "unfavorable ones" -asking that they take the matter up, and bring all the pressure to bear on them they possibly can.
  A few personal letters from home would doubtless have a very salutary effect.
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A few personal letters from home would doubtless have a very salutary effect.
  You may rest assure that I shall do all I can to assist you in securing the passage of the bill.  If at anytime I can be of further assistance please command me.
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You may rest assured that I shall do all I can to assist you in securing the passage of the bill.  If at anytime I can be of further assistance please command me.
  
 
Respectfully,
 
Respectfully,
 
D. M. Blankinship
 
D. M. Blankinship

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Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America

VIRGINIA DIVISION

D.M. GANNAWAY, PRESIDENT GUINEA MILLS, VA.

OFFICE OF STATE SECRETARY D. M. BLANKINSHIP

C. S. GORDON, CHAIRMAN OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BASKERVILLE, VA.

NARUNA, VA. Feb. 16, 1912.

Mrs. M. C. B. Mumford, Richmond, Va.

Dear Mrs. Mumford, - Yours of the 13 received, and in reply will say that I am today writing to some of our influential men among the constituents of the "unfavorable ones" -asking that they take the matter up, and bring all the pressure to bear on them they possibly can. A few personal letters from home would doubtless have a very salutary effect. You may rest assured that I shall do all I can to assist you in securing the passage of the bill. If at anytime I can be of further assistance please command me.

Respectfully, D. M. Blankinship