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[letterhead] [left side of paper] Sixty-Seventh Congress. Samuel E. Winslow, Mass., Chairman. James E. Parker, N. Y. Alben W. Barkley, KY. Burton E. Sweet, Iowa. Sam Rayburn, Tex. Walter R. Stiness, R. I. George Huddleston, Ala. John G. Cooper, Ohio. Clarence F. Lea, Calif. Edward E. Denison, Ill. Paul B. Johnson, Miss. Everett Sanders, Ind. Harry B. Hawes, Mo. Schuyler Merritt, Conn. J. Stanley Webster, Wash. Evan J. Jones, Pa. Carl E. Mapes, Mich. William J. Graham, Ill. Sherman E. Burroughs, N.H. Walter H. Newton, Minn. Elton J. Layton, Clerk. Homer Hoch, Kans. A. H. Clark, Ass't Clerk.

[center of page] House of Representatives Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Washington, D.C.

August 10, 1921 Mrs. Jessie E. Townsend, Director, Second Congressional District, Virginia League of Women Voters, Norfolk, Virginia My dear Mrs. Townsend: I have the letter of August 8, signed by yourself and a number of other members of your organization thanking the Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee of the House for the hearings it gave the so-called Sheppard-Towner bill and expressing the wish that the bill be favorably reported to the House of Representatives n the near future. I am glad to say that I expect to support the measure both in committee and on the floor of the House and you may be assured I will do what can to have a favorable report ordered in the near future. With kindest regards and best wishes, I beg to remain, sincerely yours, J. Stanley Webster