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EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUE OF VIRGINIA PRESIDENT B B VALENTINE HON VICE-PRESIDENTS MRS. LOUISE COLLIER WILLCOX NORFOLK, VA MISS ELLEN GLASGOW RICHMOND, VA MRS. KATE LANGLEY BOSHER RICHMOND, VA MRS. KATE WALLER HARRET ALEXANDRIA, VA [oval seal with illegible writing] VICE PRESIDENTS MRS MARY JOHNSTON RICHMOND, VA MRS J H LEWIS LYNCHBURG, VA MRS. W J ADAMS NORFOLK, VA MRS. C V MEREDITH RICHMOND, VA MRS. STEPHEN PUTNEY WYTHEVILLE, VA MRS. G M SMITHDEAL, RECORDING SECRETARY MRS. ALICE O TAYLOR, HEADQUARTERS SECRETARY MRS. E G KIDD, TREASURER MRS. JOHN S MUNCE,, AUDITOR OF RICHMOND, VA STATE HEADQUARTERS, RICHMOND, VA COMMERCIAL BUILDING, SECOND STREET BETWEEN BROAD AND GRACE July 27th - 1914 Dear President: The National American Woman Suffrage Association has issued a call making August Fifteenth self-sacrifice day for the raising of money for the CAMPAIGN STATES.

There are now SEVEN of these States - Nevada, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota, Nebraska, Missouri and Ohio, in all of which the popular vote on equal suffrage will be taken in November. To add those States to the suffrage territory is of supreme importance, and money is urgently needed for the work in all of them.

Miss Alice Stone Blackwell, in the Woman's Journal of July 25th, says: "The biggest thing in the suffrage movement is and always has been, SACRAFICE