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Hill Montague Counsellor at Law Richmond, Virginia

July 12th [1910] Mrs. B.B. Valentine, City, Dear Mrs. Valentine: I saw in the papers recently that you are interested, along with other ladies of this city, in the movement to give women the right of suffrage. It seems to me [illegible] that I should mite to pay that, as at present advised, I can see no good reason why this request should be denied. I have no doubt of the eventual success of The Movement, and think that the ladies of Richmond are proceeding in the right way. all this means that I should not offer any [illegible] if Mrs. Montague should be given the [illegible] right to vote which I enjoy- Respectfully yours, Hill Montague.