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June 19, 1915. Miss Agnes Ryan, 585 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. My dear Miss Ryan:- We are having so much trouble about the Woman's Journal. We did not receive the Journal of the 5th until the 10th of the month have not received the Journal of the 12th at all. Others in the city have received the Journal of the 19th today bu tours has not come to hand. I am trying hard to find out where the trouble lies and will ask that you investigate at your office and we will take up the matter with our post office. Of course you realize the importance of our receiving the copies ordered for Headquarters promptly in order that we may publish the news in our local papers while it is news. Hoping that you will help us to solve the problem, I beg to remain, Yours very truly, Executive Secretary. AOT/IMT.