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Lynchburg, Virginia  January 26, 1918   
 
Lynchburg, Virginia  January 26, 1918   
Dear Mrs. Mumford,   
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Dear Mrs. Munford,   
Immediately upon receipt of your letter I wrote to Governor elect
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Immediately upon receipt of your letter I wrote to Governor elect Westmoreland Davis, and my Senators and Representatives in Va. Congress.
Westmoreland Davis, and my senators
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It is a pleasure to do any thing for the cause of a Co-ordinate College.
and representatives in Va. Congress
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It is a pleasure to do any thing for
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the cause of a Co-ordinate College.
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With my earnest wishes of the success of the
 
With my earnest wishes of the success of the
cause, I am, Sincerely yours, Mrs. George Leckie
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cause, I am, Sincerely yours,  
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Mrs. George Leckie
 
2800 Rivermont Ave.
 
2800 Rivermont Ave.
 
Lynchburg, Va.
 
Lynchburg, Va.

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Lynchburg, Virginia January 26, 1918 Dear Mrs. Munford, Immediately upon receipt of your letter I wrote to Governor elect Westmoreland Davis, and my Senators and Representatives in Va. Congress. It is a pleasure to do any thing for the cause of a Co-ordinate College. With my earnest wishes of the success of the cause, I am, Sincerely yours, Mrs. George Leckie 2800 Rivermont Ave. Lynchburg, Va.