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was a direct one "yes indeed!" Many men favorable - very little bitter opposition. Culpeper has the best sentiment for a small Southern Village I have ever found in my suffrage experiences. We called on Major E. H. Gibson, found him declaring his favor of suffrage but not the Amendment. As to his vote, he is undecided. His wife is a young woman from North and a very decided suffragist - attended both of my meetings and is a member of the small ratification committee I formed there. She will attend the Legislature with him and it is said will have more influence with him than anyone else. Next he called on Prof. T. W. Co. Supt. Hendricks very friendly [illegible]