from her in relation to Wytheville. Our E. S. Club here is disbanded for the summer. I have spoken of those pretty postal cards to one of our members, however, and I will see if I can dispose of some of them.
Mrs. [Elizabeth Lewis] Otey deeply regretted her inability to present the claims of equal Suffrage to the Va. Fed. of Labor; she was quite unwell at the time of its meeting, and was under a great stress of authorship besides. She hopes to render future service whenever and wherever she can.
With cordial good wishes, Sincerely yours, Elizabeth D. L. Lewis
Messrs. Creamer, Davison, Colvin and Metz were all most courteous to your delegate. But we all missed Mary Johnston, and I felt like a pigmy to wear a giant's robe!