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NEWPORT NEWS HIGH SCHOOL FRED M. ALEXANDER, PRINCIPAL NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 1346 22 St. Feby. 1, 1918. My dear Mrs. Munford, The friends of higher education for Virginia women are working quietly but forcibly and the outlook here is pleasing. The press here has published only [two?] articles, one of which I am sending you. I have interviewed Mr. Copeland, however, and his attitude is the same as heretofore - one of support. He has promised editorials, but the press plant was destroyed by fire about two weeks ago [illegible] the managers are laboring under difficulties at present. Kindly place Mrs. F. L. McCormack 323 27 St. upon our mailing list. Mrs. McCormick has already done much for the cause of women and is working for higher education. She is a class mate (high school) of Philip Murray and has already interviewed him. Sincerely, Elizabeth Ivy
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NEWPORT NEWS HIGH SCHOOL  
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FRED M. ALEXANDER, PRINCIPAL  
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NEWPORT NEWS, VA.  
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1346 22 St.  
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Feby. 1, 1918.
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My dear Mrs. Munford,  
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The friends of higher education for Virginia women are working quietly but forcibly and the outlook here is pleasing. The press here has published only [two?] articles, one of which I am sending you. I have interviewed Mr. Copeland, however, and his attitude is the same as heretofore - one of support. He has promised editorials, but the press plant was destroyed by fire about two weeks ago [illegible] the managers are laboring under difficulties at present. Kindly place Mrs. F. L. McCormack 323 27 St. upon our mailing list. Mrs. McCormick has already done much for the cause of women and is working for higher education. She is a class mate (high school) of Philip Murray and has already interviewed him. Sincerely, Elizabeth Ivy

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NEWPORT NEWS HIGH SCHOOL FRED M. ALEXANDER, PRINCIPAL NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 1346 22 St.

Feby. 1, 1918.

My dear Mrs. Munford,

The friends of higher education for Virginia women are working quietly but forcibly and the outlook here is pleasing. The press here has published only [two?] articles, one of which I am sending you. I have interviewed Mr. Copeland, however, and his attitude is the same as heretofore - one of support. He has promised editorials, but the press plant was destroyed by fire about two weeks ago [illegible] the managers are laboring under difficulties at present. Kindly place Mrs. F. L. McCormack 323 27 St. upon our mailing list. Mrs. McCormick has already done much for the cause of women and is working for higher education. She is a class mate (high school) of Philip Murray and has already interviewed him. Sincerely, Elizabeth Ivy