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Dear Mrs. Valentine,
 
Dear Mrs. Valentine,
I shall be most pleased to attend the address to be given by Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, on January twenty-fifth, and have extended your invitation to the members of the Richmond Section of C.J.W. In their behalf I also thank you for offering us the privilege of your reading room.
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I shall be most pleased to attend the address to be given by Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, on January twenty-fifth, and have extended your invitation to the members of the Richmond Section of C.J.W. [Council of Jewish Women] In their behalf I also thank you for offering us the privilege of your reading room.
 
We have not given the suffrage question sufficient thought to justify us in becoming members of the League, at present, but we are open to conviction and when we can conscientiously and intelligently
 
We have not given the suffrage question sufficient thought to justify us in becoming members of the League, at present, but we are open to conviction and when we can conscientiously and intelligently

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[letterhead] Council of Jewish Women, Richmond, VA.

806 W. Grace Street January 24th 1910

Mrs. B. B. [Lila Meade] Valentine, President Equal Suffrage League of Virginia, Richmond Va

Dear Mrs. Valentine, I shall be most pleased to attend the address to be given by Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, on January twenty-fifth, and have extended your invitation to the members of the Richmond Section of C.J.W. [Council of Jewish Women] In their behalf I also thank you for offering us the privilege of your reading room. We have not given the suffrage question sufficient thought to justify us in becoming members of the League, at present, but we are open to conviction and when we can conscientiously and intelligently