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knowledge of [normal?] [illegible] has made me feel strongly & I'd be glad of literature & a knowledge of the proposed plan. In any movement that leads to woman as a success & equal with man in knowledge & opportunity I am heartily in favor.  For 17 years [illegible] fully & earnestly on the question of the rural school & today I'm heart sick & discouraged.  The world says the progress is wonderful, but alas bring the state ward of Education [illegible] personal contact their own children getting the [illegible] & they will agree with me & say (I am almost terrified to say) a failure, I dare not write as I feel.  I've dreamed dreams, & seen visions but they do not come true.  A cultured & elegant man from Tennessee a former school supt. said to me a
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knowledge of [normal?] [illegible] has made me feel strongly & I'd be glad of literature & a knowledge of the proposed plan. In any movement that leads to woman as a success & equal with man in knowledge & opportunity I am heartily in favor.  For 17 years I've labored forth fully & earnestly on the question of the rural school & today I'm heart sick & discouraged.  The world says the progress is wonderful, but alas being the state ward of Education with personal contact their own children getting the [fruit?] & they will agree with me & say (I am almost terrified to say) a failure, I dare not write as I feel.  I've dreamed dreams, & seen visions but they do not come true.  A cultured & elegant man from Tennessee a former school supt. said to me a

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knowledge of [normal?] [illegible] has made me feel strongly & I'd be glad of literature & a knowledge of the proposed plan. In any movement that leads to woman as a success & equal with man in knowledge & opportunity I am heartily in favor. For 17 years I've labored forth fully & earnestly on the question of the rural school & today I'm heart sick & discouraged. The world says the progress is wonderful, but alas being the state ward of Education with personal contact their own children getting the [fruit?] & they will agree with me & say (I am almost terrified to say) a failure, I dare not write as I feel. I've dreamed dreams, & seen visions but they do not come true. A cultured & elegant man from Tennessee a former school supt. said to me a