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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 we called on Prof. T. W. Hendricks co. Supt. - Very friendly - possessor