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Richmond, Va.
 
Richmond, Va.
 
My dear Mrs. Munford:-
 
My dear Mrs. Munford:-
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I surmise that you will not be altogether pleased with the action of the board of visitors at its recent meeting on the question of the Woman’s College. However, to my mind, the cause has won a most decided victory, and if properly handled it is probably more of a victory than if the resolution had been more to your liking, but the result of a divided board and a continuance of the bitter and aggressive fight that the opponents of the measure have been waging.

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The largest manufacturer of shoes in the south. Craddock-Terry Company

Manufacturers of “Long Wear Shoes” Lynchburg, Va., Jany. 7, 1914.

[seal] reg. U.S. pat. off. Trade Mark Long Wear Shoes Craddock-Terry Co. “Long Wear Shoes” wear longer

[down upper right side of paper] John W. Craddock, Prest. A.P. Craddock, Vice-Prest. Edward F. Sheffey, Secy.-Treas. Directors: Chas. G. Craddock Edward F. Sheffey Paul C. Edmunds George Mahon T. M. Terry A. P. Craddock Advisory Board: W. W. Brown J. B. Stroud Walter C. Carrington Geo. Haugh Albert L. Noell J. M. Dunwody Wm. C. Goode

Mrs. Beverly B. Munford, Richmond, Va. My dear Mrs. Munford:- I surmise that you will not be altogether pleased with the action of the board of visitors at its recent meeting on the question of the Woman’s College. However, to my mind, the cause has won a most decided victory, and if properly handled it is probably more of a victory than if the resolution had been more to your liking, but the result of a divided board and a continuance of the bitter and aggressive fight that the opponents of the measure have been waging.