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Richmond, Va.,
 
Richmond, Va.,
 
Dear Mrs Tyler:
 
Dear Mrs Tyler:
Your favor received, and in reply will say that I believe the citizens of Charlottesville will be glad to hear Mrs. Valentine and Miss Johnshon. I have volunteered to advertise such a meeting as fully as possible, and will do all in my power to aid in the matter.
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Your favor received, and in reply will say that I believe the citizens of Charlottesville will be glad to hear Mrs. Valentine and Miss [Mary] Johnston. I have volunteered to advertise such a meeting as fully as possible, and will do all in my power to aid in the matter.
With assurances of my sympathy and interest in the movement, Law.
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With assurances of my sympathy and interest in the movement, I am,
 
Very respectfully,
 
Very respectfully,
 
J H Lindsay
 
J H Lindsay

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[letterhead] Founded in 1892 The Daily Progress Oldest Daily in Congressional District J.H. Lindsay, Owner & Editor Charlottesville, VA., Nov. 9 1912 Mrs Alice M. Tyler, Richmond, Va., Dear Mrs Tyler: Your favor received, and in reply will say that I believe the citizens of Charlottesville will be glad to hear Mrs. Valentine and Miss [Mary] Johnston. I have volunteered to advertise such a meeting as fully as possible, and will do all in my power to aid in the matter. With assurances of my sympathy and interest in the movement, I am, Very respectfully, J H Lindsay