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My dear [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] Your letter of Feb 9th received, as to the matter of [illegible] it would be quite impossible for the [illegible] [illegible] to [illegible] to [finance?] your suggestions about the co-ordinate college questionnaire, 45-0 participants of [illegible] is quite [illegible] owe [pocket?] [illegible]- the continuation from the [illegible]
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Virginia Feferation of Women's Clubs Organized May 1907,
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President Miss Helen Norris Cummings 606 Cameron Street, Alexandria, Va,
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First Vice President Mrs. John L Hagan 254 Jefferson Street, Danville, Va,
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Second Vice-President Miss Leta Serpell Norfolk, Va,
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Third Vice-President Mrs. Walter Ruan Bedford, Va,
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General Federation Secretary Mrs. Manley M. Caldwell Virginia Heights, Roanoke, Va.,
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Corresponding Secretary Mrs. George T. Klipstein 607 Prince Street, Alexandria, Va.,
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Recording Secretary Mrs. F.C. Davis Lexington, Va;
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Treasurer Mrs. Mark Reid Radford, Va.,
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Auditor Mrs. Frank Thomas Israel Fairfax, Va.,
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General Federation Magazine Correspondent Mrs. Richard B. Spindle Christianburg, Va.,
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Parliamentarian Mrs. Eleanor S.W. Howard
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My dear [illegible] Mc Kenney
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Your letter of Feb 9th received, as to the matter of [illegible] it would be quite impossible for the Federated [illegible] to undertake to finance your suggestions about the co-ordinate college questionnaire, 45-0 participants of [illegible] is quite key our pocket books- the contribution from the [Cameron?] Club of [Calb?] time or either if [illegible] again was from a private individual.

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Virginia Feferation of Women's Clubs Organized May 1907,

President Miss Helen Norris Cummings 606 Cameron Street, Alexandria, Va, 

First Vice President Mrs. John L Hagan 254 Jefferson Street, Danville, Va, Second Vice-President Miss Leta Serpell Norfolk, Va, Third Vice-President Mrs. Walter Ruan Bedford, Va, General Federation Secretary Mrs. Manley M. Caldwell Virginia Heights, Roanoke, Va., Corresponding Secretary Mrs. George T. Klipstein 607 Prince Street, Alexandria, Va., Recording Secretary Mrs. F.C. Davis Lexington, Va; Treasurer Mrs. Mark Reid Radford, Va., Auditor Mrs. Frank Thomas Israel Fairfax, Va., General Federation Magazine Correspondent Mrs. Richard B. Spindle Christianburg, Va., Parliamentarian Mrs. Eleanor S.W. Howard

My dear [illegible] Mc Kenney Your letter of Feb 9th received, as to the matter of [illegible] it would be quite impossible for the Federated [illegible] to undertake to finance your suggestions about the co-ordinate college questionnaire, 45-0 participants of [illegible] is quite key our pocket books- the contribution from the [Cameron?] Club of [Calb?] time or either if [illegible] again was from a private individual.