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Keystone Correspondent:  Miss Mary Gooch Anderson, Clifton Forge, Va.
 
Keystone Correspondent:  Miss Mary Gooch Anderson, Clifton Forge, Va.
 
Feb 21st 1914
 
Feb 21st 1914
My dear Mrs. Munford:  Mrs. Ellis read me your night letter & I have this morning your letter to me.  I have just written a long letter to Senator Hart of Roanoke and doubtless two dozen other women have done the same today; also I hope some men, urging him to vote for our bill.  Also I have just written to Club women in Radford, Christiansburg and Bedford
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My dear Mrs. Munford:  Mrs. Ellis read me your night letter & I have this morning your letter to me.  I have just written a long letter to Senator Hart of Roanoke and doubtless two dozen other women have done the same today; also I hope some men, urging him to vote for our bill.  Also I have just written to Club women in Radford, Christiansburg and Bedford asking them to try to see or to write to the men representing their [illegible] & to bring any possible influence to bear on them in favor of the bill.  Mrs. B. D. Adams, Charlotte Co., B. B. Franklin & Loyal Co.

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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. Feb 21st 1914 My dear Mrs. Munford: Mrs. Ellis read me your night letter & I have this morning your letter to me. I have just written a long letter to Senator Hart of Roanoke and doubtless two dozen other women have done the same today; also I hope some men, urging him to vote for our bill. Also I have just written to Club women in Radford, Christiansburg and Bedford asking them to try to see or to write to the men representing their [illegible] & to bring any possible influence to bear on them in favor of the bill. Mrs. B. D. Adams, Charlotte Co., B. B. Franklin & Loyal Co.