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46 East Twenty-ninth Street
 
46 East Twenty-ninth Street
 
New York  
 
New York  
 
April 5th, 1912
 
  
 
Officers
 
Officers
 
Harriot Stanton Blatch President
 
Harriot Stanton Blatch President
Elizabeth Ellsworth Cook Vice - President
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Elizabeth Ellsworth Cook Vice-President
 
Eunice Dana Brannan Chairman Finance Committee
 
Eunice Dana Brannan Chairman Finance Committee
 
Caroline Lexow Executive Secretary
 
Caroline Lexow Executive Secretary
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Bertha Rembaugh
 
Bertha Rembaugh
 
Elizabeth Selden Rogers
 
Elizabeth Selden Rogers
 
  
 
Telephone, Madison Square 3043
 
Telephone, Madison Square 3043
  
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April 5th, 1912
 
Miss Mary Johnston,  
 
Miss Mary Johnston,  
 
110 E. Franklin Street,  
 
110 E. Franklin Street,  
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Dear Miss Johnston: -  
 
Dear Miss Johnston: -  
 
 
It was a great pleasure to hear from you and to learn that you and your sister will march in the May 4th procession.  We are filing you under Virginia names, and hope that many more will be added.  
 
It was a great pleasure to hear from you and to learn that you and your sister will march in the May 4th procession.  We are filing you under Virginia names, and hope that many more will be added.  
  
A letter from Miss Alice Thornton Jenkins of 902 - 23rd Street, N.W. Washington, D.C., tells us that they expect to run a special decorated car from Washington.  I have written them that you and some other Virginia women were coming, thinking that you might want to join forces, and suggest that you communicate with Miss Jenkins if that idea pleases you.
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A letter from Miss Alice Thornton Jenkins of 902 - 23rd Street, N.W., Washington, D.C., tells us that they expect to run a special decorated car from Washington.  I have written them that you and some other Virginia women were coming, thinking that you might want to join forces, and suggest that you communicate with Miss Jenkins if that idea pleases you.
  
 
With very kind regards and the hope that we shall meet on the day of the procession, I am  
 
With very kind regards and the hope that we shall meet on the day of the procession, I am  
 
Very sincerely yours, Caroline Lexow, Executive Secretary.
 
Very sincerely yours, Caroline Lexow, Executive Secretary.
 
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CL/M.
 
P.S. May I ask for the names of the prominent members of your delegation? We want them for press work.  C. L.
 
P.S. May I ask for the names of the prominent members of your delegation? We want them for press work.  C. L.

Revision as of 06:25, 17 October 2019

[letterhead] VOTES FOR WOMEN Women's Political Union Formerly Equality League of Self-Supporting Women Headquarters and Shop 46 East Twenty-ninth Street New York

Officers Harriot Stanton Blatch President Elizabeth Ellsworth Cook Vice-President Eunice Dana Brannan Chairman Finance Committee Caroline Lexow Executive Secretary

Executive Board Nora Blatch de Forest Florence Kelley Alice J.G. Perkins Bertha Rembaugh Elizabeth Selden Rogers

Telephone, Madison Square 3043

April 5th, 1912 Miss Mary Johnston, 110 E. Franklin Street, Richmond, Va.

Dear Miss Johnston: - It was a great pleasure to hear from you and to learn that you and your sister will march in the May 4th procession. We are filing you under Virginia names, and hope that many more will be added.

A letter from Miss Alice Thornton Jenkins of 902 - 23rd Street, N.W., Washington, D.C., tells us that they expect to run a special decorated car from Washington. I have written them that you and some other Virginia women were coming, thinking that you might want to join forces, and suggest that you communicate with Miss Jenkins if that idea pleases you.

With very kind regards and the hope that we shall meet on the day of the procession, I am Very sincerely yours, Caroline Lexow, Executive Secretary. CL/M. P.S. May I ask for the names of the prominent members of your delegation? We want them for press work. C. L.