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[letterhead] Illinois Equal Suffrage Association Headquarters 934 Fine Arts Building Tel. harrison 3856 Chicago Officers President Mrs. Elvira Downey, Clinton 1st Vice-President Mrs. Catherine Waugh McCulloch, Evanston 2d Vice-President Miss Jane Addams, Hull House, Chicago Recording Secretary Dr. Clara Todson, Elgin Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Mary R. Plummer, 934 Fine Arts Bldg. Treasurer Miss Jennie F. W. Johnson, 934 Fine Arts Bldg., Chicago Auditor Mrs. Ida M. Hanes, Springfield Additional Members of Executive Committee Mrs. Ella S. Stewart, 5464 Jefferson Ave., Chicago Mrs. Grace Wilbur Trout, Oak Park Mrs. Mary R. Hayworth, Decatur

Superintendents Church Organizations Mrs. Margaret Noble Lee 5615 Monroe Ave., Chicago Literature Dr. Anna E. Blount Oak Park Publicity Mrs. Alice Bright Parker 934 Fine Arts Bldg., Chicago Legislative Mrs. Catharine Waugh McCulloch, Evanston Organization Mrs. Mary R. Plummer 934 Fine Arts Bldg., Chicago Lecture Bureau Miss S. Grace Nicholes 6710 May Street, Chicago Industrial Problems Affecting Women and Children Mrs. Margaret Dreier Robins 1437 W. Ohio Street, Chicago


Feb 26, 1912 My Dear Mrs. Valentine, I have no such book as the one for which you have telegraphed. I had hoped that the National Association might print one from the answers to my Legal Status questions printed State by State in Woman's Journal but not half of the states are yet covered. In the back part of the booklet Mayors of Five States is a synopsis of some laws in the suffrage states three years ago but Washington and California are not included and so that is not comprehensive enough for you. However I enclose it. I enclose also my new guardianship leaflet from which you can pick