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The January, 1913, meeting of the Executive Board of the Richmond branch of the Equal Suffrage League of Virginia was held Jan. 6, 1913, with Mrs. B. B. Valentine in the chair.
 
The January, 1913, meeting of the Executive Board of the Richmond branch of the Equal Suffrage League of Virginia was held Jan. 6, 1913, with Mrs. B. B. Valentine in the chair.
 
The Recording Secretary's report was read and approved. Yhe Corresponding reported a steady demand for literature, and read a letter from Hampden Sydney College, requesting literature for a debate on suffrage. The Treasurer's Report showed a balance from December of $217.07, with receipt from that date, from post-cards, calendars, Journals, and donations, totaling $300.22.
 
The Recording Secretary's report was read and approved. Yhe Corresponding reported a steady demand for literature, and read a letter from Hampden Sydney College, requesting literature for a debate on suffrage. The Treasurer's Report showed a balance from December of $217.07, with receipt from that date, from post-cards, calendars, Journals, and donations, totaling $300.22.
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Disbursements for literature, printing, postage, and hall rent, $85.31, leaving a balance in hand of $214.91.
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The President then received reports from chairmen of various committees, as follows:

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MEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD January 6, 1913 The January, 1913, meeting of the Executive Board of the Richmond branch of the Equal Suffrage League of Virginia was held Jan. 6, 1913, with Mrs. B. B. Valentine in the chair. The Recording Secretary's report was read and approved. Yhe Corresponding reported a steady demand for literature, and read a letter from Hampden Sydney College, requesting literature for a debate on suffrage. The Treasurer's Report showed a balance from December of $217.07, with receipt from that date, from post-cards, calendars, Journals, and donations, totaling $300.22. Disbursements for literature, printing, postage, and hall rent, $85.31, leaving a balance in hand of $214.91. The President then received reports from chairmen of various committees, as follows: