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Equal Suffrage League of Virginia

PRESIDENT Mrs. B. B. Valentine, Richmond, VA. Miss Roberta Wellford, Recording Secretary University of Virginia Mrs. Elizabeth Webb Blakey, Executive Secretary Richmond, VA. Mrs. E. G. Kidd, Treasurer Richmond, VA. Mrs. Henry Aylett Sampson, Auditor Richmond, VA. Mrs. G. Harvey Clarke, Chairman Political Study and Research Richmond, VA. Mrs. John H. Lewis, Chairman State Cong. Committee Lynchburg, VA.

[the following section involves captions written on a shaded map of the United States] 1913 Alaska White states, full suffrage; shaded states, partial suffrage; dotted state, presidential, partial county and state, municipal suffrage; dark states, no suffrage.

State Headquarters, Richmond, VA. Commercial Building, Second Street, between Broad and Grace

HONORARY VICE-PRESIDENTS Miss Mary Johnston Warm Springs, VA. Miss Ellen Glasgow Richmond, VA. Mrs. Stephen Putney Wytheville, VA. Mrs. Kate Langley Bosher Richmond, VA. Mrs. Kate Waller Barrett Alexandria, VA. Mrs. Charles V. Meredith Richmond, VA. Mrs. Louise Collier Willcox Norfolk, VA.

ACTIVE VICE-PRESIDENTS Mrs. John H. Lewis Lynchburg, VA. Mrs. W. T. Yancey Bedford, VA. Mrs. C. E. Townsend Norfolk, VA. Mrs. W. J. Adams Norfolk, VA. Mrs. W. W. King Staunton, VA.

Dec 6, 1916 Dear Mrs. Townsend. I am perfectly delighted that your success in [illegible] A Wheeling and speaking so effectively. It was certainly an unusual experience. I am [illegible] pleasure that you can keep Mrs Morgan an [illegible] New York [illegible] Fair. [J Lawe?] just sent [Mr?} Aveeing Lawe an outline of the program for the Convention. And suggesting that you try in [norfolk?] on plan of [qlling?] the merchant of contribute [illegible] of the Convention in between for publishing their [illegible] on a




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