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E. H. OSBOURN PRINCIPAL OF HIGH SCHOOL H. W. SANDERS DIRECTOR OF AGRICULTURE Manassas Agricultural High School FOR EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT MANASSAS, VIRGINIA January 26, 1918. Mrs. B. B. Munford, chairman Co-ordinate College League Richmond, Virginia My dear Mrs. Munford: I received the letter you sent out relative to the work of the Co-ordinate College League, and have written to Governor Westmoreland Davis in reference to the matter; have asked others to write to him, and am also writing to our representatives in the Legislature. Miss Lulu Metz has seen to getting articles in reference to the work in our local papers and will send you copies. I am enclosing you also a copy of my letter to Governor Davis which you may find of a little use in helping on the cause since it is the outcome of much [illegible] feeling on the subject. You will permit me also, I hope, to say how deeply I admire the very splendid fight you have been making for this piece of work whose success would be of such invaluable benefit to the women of the State. If higher state education for women takes any form than work at the University of Virginia, it would
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MANASSAS, VIRGINIA January 26, 1918. Mrs. B. B. Munford, chairman Co-ordinate College League Richmond, Virginia My dear Mrs. Munford: I received the letter you sent out relative to the work of the Co-ordinate College League, and have written to Governor Westmoreland Davis in reference to the matter; have asked others to write to him, and am also writing to our representatives in the Legislature. Miss Lulu Metz has seen to getting articles in reference to the work in our local papers and will send you copies. I am enclosing you also a copy of my letter to Governor Davis which you may find of a little use in helping on the cause since it is the outcome of much [illegible] feeling on the subject. You will permit me also, I hope, to say how deeply I admire the very splendid fight you have been making for this piece of work whose success would be of such invaluable benefit to the women of the State. If higher state education for women takes any form than work at the University of Virginia, it would

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E. H. OSBOURN PRINCIPAL OF HIGH SCHOOL

H. W. SANDERS DIRECTOR OF AGRICULTURE

Manassas Agricultural High School FOR EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT MANASSAS, VIRGINIA January 26, 1918. Mrs. B. B. Munford, chairman Co-ordinate College League Richmond, Virginia My dear Mrs. Munford: I received the letter you sent out relative to the work of the Co-ordinate College League, and have written to Governor Westmoreland Davis in reference to the matter; have asked others to write to him, and am also writing to our representatives in the Legislature. Miss Lulu Metz has seen to getting articles in reference to the work in our local papers and will send you copies. I am enclosing you also a copy of my letter to Governor Davis which you may find of a little use in helping on the cause since it is the outcome of much [illegible] feeling on the subject. You will permit me also, I hope, to say how deeply I admire the very splendid fight you have been making for this piece of work whose success would be of such invaluable benefit to the women of the State. If higher state education for women takes any form than work at the University of Virginia, it would