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Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs Organized May 1907
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[handwritten at top] Legislative Petitions, Com Chair, File
President Miss Helen Norris Cummings, 606 Cameron Street, Alexandria, Va.
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[letterhead] Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs Organized May, 1907
First Vice-President, Mrs. John L. Hagan, 254 Jefferson Street, Danville, Va.
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General Federation Secretary:  Mrs. E. A. Snead, Clifton Forge, Va.
Second Vice-President, Miss Leta Serpell, Norfolk, Va.
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Corresponding Secretary:  Mrs. F. R. Hurt, 404 14th Ave. S. W. Roanoke, Va.
Third Vice-President, Mrs. Walter Ruan, Bedford, Va.
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Recording Secretary:  Mrs. John L. Hagan, Danville, Va.
General Federation Secretary, Mrs. Manley M. Caldwell, Virginia Heights, Roanoke, Va.
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President:  Mrs. M. M. Caldwell, Virginia Heights, Roanoke, Va.
Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. George T. Klipstein, 607 Prince Street, Alexandria, Va.
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First Vice-President:  Mrs. E. W. Howard, 317 N. Washington St., Alexandria, Va.
Recording Secretary, Mrs. F. C. Davis, Lexington, Va.
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Second Vice-President:  Miss Izora De Wolf, Highland Springs, Va.
Treasurer, Mrs. Mark Reid, Radford, Va.
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TreasurerMrs. J. C. King, Marion, Va.
Auditor, Mrs. Frank Thomas Israel, Fairfax, Va.
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AuditorMrs. M. Lee Watkins, Keysville, Va.
General Federation Magazine Correspondent, Mrs. Richard B. Spindle, Christiansburg, Va.
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Keystone Correspondent:  Miss Mary Gooch Anderson, Clifton Forge, Va.
Parliamentarian, Mrs. Eleanor S. W. Howard
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My dear Hill Brown
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[handwritten] Jan. 3rd 1913
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My dear Mrs. Munford:  Your letter received - I am having the Secretary write the Presidents of the clubs asking for contributions to be sent in as soon as possible for the college fund. The C. B. [Civic Betterment] Club of Roanoke had so small a meeting in Dec. no action could be taken but they, the members, will make a donation at their next meeting, I am sure. I brought the matter before the local D.A.R.[Daughters of the American Revolution] at our annual meeting yesterday. Those present seemed to know very little about the matter, but were interested. I promised to send

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[handwritten at top] Legislative Petitions, Com Chair, File [letterhead] Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs Organized May, 1907 General Federation Secretary: Mrs. E. A. Snead, Clifton Forge, Va. Corresponding Secretary: Mrs. F. R. Hurt, 404 14th Ave. S. W. Roanoke, Va. Recording Secretary: Mrs. John L. Hagan, Danville, Va. President: Mrs. M. M. Caldwell, Virginia Heights, Roanoke, Va. First Vice-President: Mrs. E. W. Howard, 317 N. Washington St., Alexandria, Va. Second Vice-President: Miss Izora De Wolf, Highland Springs, Va. Treasurer: Mrs. J. C. King, Marion, Va. Auditor: Mrs. M. Lee Watkins, Keysville, Va. Keystone Correspondent: Miss Mary Gooch Anderson, Clifton Forge, Va.

[handwritten] Jan. 3rd 1913

My dear Mrs. Munford: Your letter received - I am having the Secretary write the Presidents of the clubs asking for contributions to be sent in as soon as possible for the college fund. The C. B. [Civic Betterment] Club of Roanoke had so small a meeting in Dec. no action could be taken but they, the members, will make a donation at their next meeting, I am sure. I brought the matter before the local D.A.R.[Daughters of the American Revolution] at our annual meeting yesterday. Those present seemed to know very little about the matter, but were interested. I promised to send