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Nineteen hundred and twelve
 
Nineteen hundred and twelve
 
Dear Mrs. Tyler-
 
Dear Mrs. Tyler-
It has been considered best to not trouble Mrs. Valentine and Mrs. Lewis to make a trip to Clarendon so late in the season, as the weather may be most uncomfortable, but to form a social club among ourselves; to have papers on woman's suffrage read, and to have lecturers address us when obtainable, and so to
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It has been considered best to not trouble Mrs. [Lila Meade] Valentine and Mrs. [Elizabeth] Lewis to make a trip to Clarendon so late in the season, as the weather may be most uncomfortable, but to form a social club among ourselves; to have papers on woman's suffrage read, and to have lecturers address us when obtainable, and so to

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Clarendon, Alexandria County, Virginia June the tenth, Nineteen hundred and twelve Dear Mrs. Tyler- It has been considered best to not trouble Mrs. [Lila Meade] Valentine and Mrs. [Elizabeth] Lewis to make a trip to Clarendon so late in the season, as the weather may be most uncomfortable, but to form a social club among ourselves; to have papers on woman's suffrage read, and to have lecturers address us when obtainable, and so to