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[illegible] again.  I want to help you and I am wondering and wondering who would take my place.  I can think of no one, unless [Luiso?] Paul from Harrisonburg would. There is a Mrs. Smith here who is deeply interested but her position isn't such that her influence would count.  She is most intelligent and a splendid worker.  Let me know what you think about it.  She is a clever writer too and [illegible] in education for women in a [illegible] letter on suffrage, in our paper the other day.   
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fight again.  I want to help you and I am wondering and wondering who would take my place.  I can think of no one, unless [Luiso?] Paul from Harrisonburg would. There is a Mrs. Smith here who is deeply interested but her position isn't such that her influence would count.  She is most intelligent and a splendid worker.  Let me know what you think about it.  She is a clever writer too and [illegible] in education for women in a [illegible] letter on suffrage, in our paper the other day.   
 
I should like to know just what your plans will be and if you think I can help in any small way I will be glad to.  With warmest regards, believe me, very sincerely yours,  
 
I should like to know just what your plans will be and if you think I can help in any small way I will be glad to.  With warmest regards, believe me, very sincerely yours,  
 
Gertrude W Barton
 
Gertrude W Barton

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fight again. I want to help you and I am wondering and wondering who would take my place. I can think of no one, unless [Luiso?] Paul from Harrisonburg would. There is a Mrs. Smith here who is deeply interested but her position isn't such that her influence would count. She is most intelligent and a splendid worker. Let me know what you think about it. She is a clever writer too and [illegible] in education for women in a [illegible] letter on suffrage, in our paper the other day. I should like to know just what your plans will be and if you think I can help in any small way I will be glad to. With warmest regards, believe me, very sincerely yours, Gertrude W Barton