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Annual Report. [1917]
 
Annual Report. [1917]
 
Added to the regular work of the office which consists of letters and notices written and sent, the details of which are covered in the report of the Headquarters' secretary, there is the duty of making a resume of the year's activities. Briefly summed up these are:
 
Added to the regular work of the office which consists of letters and notices written and sent, the details of which are covered in the report of the Headquarters' secretary, there is the duty of making a resume of the year's activities. Briefly summed up these are:
In January, 1917, a National Suffrage School was conducted
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In January, 1917, a National Suffrage School was conducted at headquarters, by instructors from the National Association, with the following subjects as a curriculum: Suffrage History and Argument, instructor, Mrs. Halsey Wilson of White Plains, N. Y.: Public Speaking and Press Work, instructor, Mrs. T. T. Cotnam of Arkansas; Organization and Parliamentary Law, instructor, Miss Anne Doughty of New York City. This school was largely attended by members of the league and by many visitors.
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Madame President: Members of the E. S. L. of Richmond Annual Report. [1917] Added to the regular work of the office which consists of letters and notices written and sent, the details of which are covered in the report of the Headquarters' secretary, there is the duty of making a resume of the year's activities. Briefly summed up these are: In January, 1917, a National Suffrage School was conducted at headquarters, by instructors from the National Association, with the following subjects as a curriculum: Suffrage History and Argument, instructor, Mrs. Halsey Wilson of White Plains, N. Y.: Public Speaking and Press Work, instructor, Mrs. T. T. Cotnam of Arkansas; Organization and Parliamentary Law, instructor, Miss Anne Doughty of New York City. This school was largely attended by members of the league and by many visitors. When the National Executive Council