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:August 28, 1919. Mr. Charles Hart, Bristol, Va  My dear Mr. Hart:-  I was very sorry not to have had a talk with you when when last in Bristol, although Mrs. Parrish and I called at the garaffews did not have the good fortune to find you in.
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We regret also not having been able to send the resolution but hop it will be in time to be of service and will meet with your approval. Of course you are at liberty to change the wording if desired  as this is sent simply as a suggestion.
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We thoroughly appreciate your aid and enthusiasm in  pressing this matter for us and wish to tell you that sentiment for suffrage is rapidly growing in the Legislature here, and we feel a solid delegation vote of the Republicans when the Suffrage Amendment comes up for action, will greatly strengthen the Republican Part, and we hope you will use you influence to get each member of the Party in the Legislature to vote "ays" when it comes to the vote.
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With best wishes for your success, I am,  Sincerely, (signed) Mary Elizabeth Pidgeon
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RESOLVED, That we heartily endorse the stand of the National Republican Party on Equal Suffrage, and that we do all in our power to assist in the ratification of the Federal Suffrage Amendment in Virginia.

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August 28, 1919. Mr. Charles Hart, Bristol, Va My dear Mr. Hart:- I was very sorry not to have had a talk with you when when last in Bristol, although Mrs. Parrish and I called at the garaffews did not have the good fortune to find you in.

We regret also not having been able to send the resolution but hop it will be in time to be of service and will meet with your approval. Of course you are at liberty to change the wording if desired as this is sent simply as a suggestion. We thoroughly appreciate your aid and enthusiasm in pressing this matter for us and wish to tell you that sentiment for suffrage is rapidly growing in the Legislature here, and we feel a solid delegation vote of the Republicans when the Suffrage Amendment comes up for action, will greatly strengthen the Republican Part, and we hope you will use you influence to get each member of the Party in the Legislature to vote "ays" when it comes to the vote. With best wishes for your success, I am, Sincerely, (signed) Mary Elizabeth Pidgeon RESOLVED, That we heartily endorse the stand of the National Republican Party on Equal Suffrage, and that we do all in our power to assist in the ratification of the Federal Suffrage Amendment in Virginia.