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503 East Grace Street, Richmond, Va. March 16th 1914. My dear [blank]

We note with satisfaction that yours was one of the 41 votes cast in favor of the establishment by the State of the Co-ordinate College. We wish to thank you for your support, and to bespeak your interest in the campaign which will be waged from this time on for the establishment of this college by the Legislature of 1916. The vote of this General Assembly insures victory next time, and we trust that then, as now, you may cast a favorable vote for the establishment of this institution, the creation of which we believe to be one of the next great steps in the rounding out of the system of public education in our State. Thanking you in the name of the Women's Committee, I am

Very truly yours, [blank] Chairman of the Women's Committee