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So I fear we can look for no help there.  Much depends on the attitude of a Club's President  Hope other clubs will be responding soon.  I am prodding them.  Mrs. Richardson's address is Mrs. E. L. 1301 Commerce St. S.W.  She is a good worker & local chairman of School Com.
 
So I fear we can look for no help there.  Much depends on the attitude of a Club's President  Hope other clubs will be responding soon.  I am prodding them.  Mrs. Richardson's address is Mrs. E. L. 1301 Commerce St. S.W.  She is a good worker & local chairman of School Com.
You are right in saying that the State Fed. should feel it an honor rather than a burden to be in a large measure responsible for the
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You are right in saying that the State Fed. should feel it an honor rather than a burden to be in a large measure responsible for the Co-ordinate College movement.  Nevertheless, we know that almost all of the credit belongs to the Central Com. and most of it to you, Miss Davis and a few others.  I am rather ashamed of that somewhat irritable letter I wrote you, but in truth so much work and responsibility is laid at my door "as Pres of the Va Fed" that now & then I rebel.  Am truly sorry you have been sick - do wish I had more time, more strength & just a little money to give to the cause.  I have had, as you may have heard, an invalid husband for a year & though he is getting well, we still feel the pinch of an office practically closed for some time.  The ten

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So I fear we can look for no help there. Much depends on the attitude of a Club's President Hope other clubs will be responding soon. I am prodding them. Mrs. Richardson's address is Mrs. E. L. 1301 Commerce St. S.W. She is a good worker & local chairman of School Com. You are right in saying that the State Fed. should feel it an honor rather than a burden to be in a large measure responsible for the Co-ordinate College movement. Nevertheless, we know that almost all of the credit belongs to the Central Com. and most of it to you, Miss Davis and a few others. I am rather ashamed of that somewhat irritable letter I wrote you, but in truth so much work and responsibility is laid at my door "as Pres of the Va Fed" that now & then I rebel. Am truly sorry you have been sick - do wish I had more time, more strength & just a little money to give to the cause. I have had, as you may have heard, an invalid husband for a year & though he is getting well, we still feel the pinch of an office practically closed for some time. The ten