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of Tennessee, and has addressed thous- ands of bodies of educators through- out the country. The Letter. The letter reads Department of the Interior Bureau of Education. Washington, Jan. 24, 1912. To the Central Committee interested in the establishment of a State Col- lege for Women at the University of Virginia: Ladies and Gentlemen, --- In reply to your recent communication permit me to say that I am greatly interested in your plans and to [illegible] of ex- panding in the General Assembly of Virginia for the establishment of a co-ordinate college for women at the University of Virginia
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of Tennessee, and has addressed thous- ands of bodies of educators through- out the country. The Letter. The letter reads Department of the Interior Bureau of Education. Washington, Jan. 24, 1912. To the Central Committee interested in the establishment of a State Col- lege for Women at the University of Virginia: Ladies and Gentlemen, --- In reply to your recent communication permit me to say that I am greatly interested in your plans and to [illegible] of ex- panding in the General Assembly of Virginia for the establishment of a co-ordinate college for women at the University of Virginia. By all means you ought to succeed, and this or some similar bil should be enacted into a law by the present Legislature of the State.

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of Tennessee, and has addressed thous- ands of bodies of educators through- out the country. The Letter. The letter reads Department of the Interior Bureau of Education. Washington, Jan. 24, 1912. To the Central Committee interested in the establishment of a State Col- lege for Women at the University of Virginia: Ladies and Gentlemen, --- In reply to your recent communication permit me to say that I am greatly interested in your plans and to [illegible] of ex- panding in the General Assembly of Virginia for the establishment of a co-ordinate college for women at the University of Virginia. By all means you ought to succeed, and this or some similar bil should be enacted into a law by the present Legislature of the State.