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College of William and Mary Williamsburg, Va. J.A.C. Chandler, President Dec. 4, 1919. Mrs. B. B. Munford, Richmond, Virginia. My dear Mrs. Munford: - I shall take occasion to see Mr. Bryan as per your letter. I have already written him, making an engagement.

I thank you very much for the things that you have said in reference to me. I hope that we may be able to carry through the Legislature such legislation as will be beneficial to William and Mary, the University, and the women of the State.

Your letter to Dr. Alderman is a gem. I congratulate you on the masterly way in which you presented your point of view.

With kind regards, I am Sincerely, J A Chandler

President. JACC-W