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July 21, 1915
 
July 21, 1915
 
Dear Mrs. Townsend,
 
Dear Mrs. Townsend,
Kindly see check for $5.00 from which you may pay
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Kindly see check for $5.00 from which you may pay 50 cts to Mrs. Plummer unless you have already given her a part of the dollar Mrs. Black gave you as residue from parade.
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Please keep a memorandum for me of the expenditures as I can satisfy Miss Goldsmith.
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I am enclosing clippings I have made from some of papers regarding municipal suffrage for women.  See what you can do.
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May I venture the suggestion that you make your letter very short?  Only short snappy things attract attention nowadays.
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Had a meeting last night on account of the heavy rain.  Go to Irvington today.
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Write me at Wharton's Grove, Weems, Va.,
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Helen H. Gunn

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July 21, 1915 Dear Mrs. Townsend, Kindly see check for $5.00 from which you may pay 50 cts to Mrs. Plummer unless you have already given her a part of the dollar Mrs. Black gave you as residue from parade. Please keep a memorandum for me of the expenditures as I can satisfy Miss Goldsmith. I am enclosing clippings I have made from some of papers regarding municipal suffrage for women. See what you can do. May I venture the suggestion that you make your letter very short? Only short snappy things attract attention nowadays. Had a meeting last night on account of the heavy rain. Go to Irvington today. Write me at Wharton's Grove, Weems, Va., Helen H. Gunn