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Convention, Jefferson Hotel, Richmond  Nov. 13, 1917 -  HEADQUARTERS REPORT.  Nov. 13, 1917-  Regular Work at Headquarter:  The regular work at State Headquarters includes correspondence with branch leagues, sending suffrage bulletins to branch leagues; doing pioneer and follow-up work in connection with the membership at large: sending out suffrage literature to the many individuals and associations that request it; and investigating information received from various source as to new sympathizers and possible opportunities for  establishing suffrage centers and organizations.
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During the year since the last state convention, 10,856 letters and 13,048 postals have been written and mailed from the office 1001 packages of literature, ranging in size from those recruiting .01 cent postage to those requiring requiring .17 cents postage, have been wrapped and mailed to individuals and leagues throughout the State.
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Monthly bulletins, giving detailed accounts of suffrage work in the State, have been sent to branch league from State Headquarters.
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125.677 pieces of literature and 10,000 letter heads and envelope have been purchased; also map-dyes, suffrage diaries, post cards, suffrage pins, pocket calendars, votes for women stamps, correspondence cars, poster, suffrage flowers, blue books, study outline, organization instructions, maps of the city, five suffrage books, two year books, suffrage pencils and buttons, and tax protest blanks.

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Convention, Jefferson Hotel, Richmond Nov. 13, 1917 - HEADQUARTERS REPORT. Nov. 13, 1917- Regular Work at Headquarter: The regular work at State Headquarters includes correspondence with branch leagues, sending suffrage bulletins to branch leagues; doing pioneer and follow-up work in connection with the membership at large: sending out suffrage literature to the many individuals and associations that request it; and investigating information received from various source as to new sympathizers and possible opportunities for establishing suffrage centers and organizations. During the year since the last state convention, 10,856 letters and 13,048 postals have been written and mailed from the office 1001 packages of literature, ranging in size from those recruiting .01 cent postage to those requiring requiring .17 cents postage, have been wrapped and mailed to individuals and leagues throughout the State. Monthly bulletins, giving detailed accounts of suffrage work in the State, have been sent to branch league from State Headquarters. 125.677 pieces of literature and 10,000 letter heads and envelope have been purchased; also map-dyes, suffrage diaries, post cards, suffrage pins, pocket calendars, votes for women stamps, correspondence cars, poster, suffrage flowers, blue books, study outline, organization instructions, maps of the city, five suffrage books, two year books, suffrage pencils and buttons, and tax protest blanks.