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Auditor:  Mrs. M. Lee Watakins, Keysville, Va.
 
Auditor:  Mrs. M. Lee Watakins, Keysville, Va.
 
Keystone Correspondent:  Miss Mary Gooch Anderson, Clifton Forge, Va.
 
Keystone Correspondent:  Miss Mary Gooch Anderson, Clifton Forge, Va.
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. 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.
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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. 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 manner before the local D.A.R. 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 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. Harard, 317 N. Washington St., Alexanderia, Va. Second Vice-President: Miss Izora De Wolf, HIghland Springs, Va. Treasurer: Mrs. J. C. King, Marion, Va. Auditor: Mrs. M. Lee Watakins, Keysville, Va. Keystone Correspondent: Miss Mary Gooch Anderson, Clifton Forge, Va. 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. 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 manner before the local D.A.R. at our annual meeting yesterday. Those present seemed to know very little about the matter, but were interested. I promised to send