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General Federation Magazine Correspondent, Mrs. Richard B. Spindle, Christiansburg, Va.
 
General Federation Magazine Correspondent, Mrs. Richard B. Spindle, Christiansburg, Va.
 
Parliamentarian, Mrs. Eleanor S. W. Howard, Alexandria, Va.
 
Parliamentarian, Mrs. Eleanor S. W. Howard, Alexandria, Va.
My dear Mrs. Munford.  I have waited until the last minute hoping that I might be present at your meeting but I find with regret that
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My dear Mrs. Munford.  I have waited until the last minute hoping that I might be present at your meeting but I find with regret that I cannot come - there is so much to be done in various sections of the State that after spending one week last month in Richmond, I cannot come so soon again - I saw my State Chairman of Education

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[note written across top of letter] Send her a line of information & [illegible] agreement & get her to push the matter at the Spring meeting of clubs - Put Mrs Hagan's 81 - & home card in catalogue system for Virginia Federation 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, Christiansburg, Va. Parliamentarian, Mrs. Eleanor S. W. Howard, Alexandria, Va. My dear Mrs. Munford. I have waited until the last minute hoping that I might be present at your meeting but I find with regret that I cannot come - there is so much to be done in various sections of the State that after spending one week last month in Richmond, I cannot come so soon again - I saw my State Chairman of Education