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Mr. Geo. W. Watt
 
Mr. Geo. W. Watt
 
Mr. Clarence Cadot
 
Mr. Clarence Cadot
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July 2nd, 1921
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My dear Mrs. Townsend,
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I have not heard from you for so long that I am getting uneasy about Mr. Trinkle and his prospects in Norfolk.
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I hear so many different reports entirely different I determined to write you and get the true condition.
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I do so want Norfolk to go for him don't you think it possible to bring this about in the next thirty days.
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I have gotten into personal touch with every voting lady in my ward and now I am working on another

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[ous.] July 4 1921 [letterhead] [in center of page] Social Service Federation "In union there is strength" [symbol] Richmond, VA. [on left of page] President Mrs. Georgia May Jobson Phone Ran. 3390. 308 E. Grace St. Vice-Presidents Mrs. J. W. Durham 206 Lombardy Street Mrs. Warner Moore 813 West Franklin Miss Ruby Dart 909 Floyd Ave. Mrs. H. W. Rountree 907 Park Ave. Secretary Mrs. B. M. Dyson Phone Bou. 2029-J. 305-A N. Davis Aven. Treasurer Mrs. N. B. Miller Phone Bou. 1804-W. 2305 Park Ave. Treasurer Restover Funds Miss M. Jennie Jones Phone Mad. 6694-J. 617 N. 23rd Publicity Secretary Mrs. P.J. Kernodle Phone Mad. 2206. 318 W. Franklin Auditor Mr. Chas. P. Cook 716 North 34th St. [on right of page] Advisory board Mr. H. R. Pollard, Jr. Dr. J. McCaw Tompkins 116 East Franklin Street Mrs. George Ainslie Mr. Alvin Smith Smith-Courtney Co. Mr. Thomas B. McAdams 1726 Hanover Avenue Board of Trustees Mr. W. M. Cease Mrs. Georgia May Jobson Hon. John Garland Pollard Mr. J. T. Wilson Miss M. Jennie Jones Mrs. Wm. Gemmell Miss Earle Reck Mr. J. A. Glascock Mr. David Meade White Mr. Geo. W. Watt Mr. Clarence Cadot


July 2nd, 1921 My dear Mrs. Townsend, I have not heard from you for so long that I am getting uneasy about Mr. Trinkle and his prospects in Norfolk.

I hear so many different reports entirely different I determined to write you and get the true condition.

I do so want Norfolk to go for him don't you think it possible to bring this about in the next thirty days.

I have gotten into personal touch with every voting lady in my ward and now I am working on another