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Headquarters Report, --Page, 7.
 
Headquarters Report, --Page, 7.
 
Organization of Leagues:
 
Organization of Leagues:
During December, 1916 and April and May, 1917, Miss Eudora Ramsay of Greenville, S. C. [working?] in ["the State" crossed out] Virginia as an organizar ["a" crossed out] for the National Association under an arrangement whereby the National paid her salary for one month and the State League her expenses; and for two months the State League paid her salary of $100 a month and her expenses which amounted to ["$100 a month" crossed out] about the same per month.
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During December, 1916 and April and May, 1917, Miss Eudora Ramsay of Greenville, S. C. worked in Virginia as an organizar ["a" crossed out] for the National Association under an arrangement whereby the National paid her salary for one month and the State League her expenses; and for two months the State League paid her salary of $100 a month and her expenses which amounted to ["$100 a month" crossed out] about the same per month.
While working in Virginia Miss Ramsay established 17 new leagues, reorganized 7 previously established leagues,
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While working in Virginia Miss Ramsay established 17 new leagues, reorganized 7 previously established leagues, and opened 6 new suffrage centers.

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Headquarters Report, --Page, 7. Organization of Leagues: During December, 1916 and April and May, 1917, Miss Eudora Ramsay of Greenville, S. C. worked in Virginia as an organizar ["a" crossed out] for the National Association under an arrangement whereby the National paid her salary for one month and the State League her expenses; and for two months the State League paid her salary of $100 a month and her expenses which amounted to ["$100 a month" crossed out] about the same per month. While working in Virginia Miss Ramsay established 17 new leagues, reorganized 7 previously established leagues, and opened 6 new suffrage centers.