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Henry County [Report 1916-1917]
 
Henry County [Report 1916-1917]
Believing it is better to report the little [lone?] letter [lain?] [thing?], as County chair near of recent apponetment, I am submiting the following: No regular meetings have been held, but there has been some [agriteetoem?] for suffrage. In heared Mrs. Steven Putney gave a helpful addres at a public meeting. Mrs. Senefle, the president of the Martinsville league represented it at the women's con-ference for food conservation and helped gain signatures for the cards sent out by Mr. Hoover. Signatures are now being gotten by a committee of prominent names for the Congresoinal [poli-ticians?]. The usual prejudice exists
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Believing it is better to report the little done rather than nothing, as County chairman of recent appointment, I am submitting the following: No regular meetings have been held, but there has been some agitation for suffrage. In March Mrs. Steven Putney gave a helpful address at a public meeting. Mrs. Semple, the president of the Martinsville league represented it at the women's conference for food conservation and helped gain signatures for the cards sent out by Mr. Hoover. Signatures are now being gotten by a committee of prominent names for the Congressional petition. The usual prejudice exists

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Henry County [Report 1916-1917] Believing it is better to report the little done rather than nothing, as County chairman of recent appointment, I am submitting the following: No regular meetings have been held, but there has been some agitation for suffrage. In March Mrs. Steven Putney gave a helpful address at a public meeting. Mrs. Semple, the president of the Martinsville league represented it at the women's conference for food conservation and helped gain signatures for the cards sent out by Mr. Hoover. Signatures are now being gotten by a committee of prominent names for the Congressional petition. The usual prejudice exists