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1918. Favorable to Suffrage.
 
1918. Favorable to Suffrage.
 
Reported  to be labor candidate.
 
Reported  to be labor candidate.
Opposed to [Morig Pietune?] Bill.
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Opposed to [illegible] Bill.
 
Agreed to [write to?] Congressman.
 
Agreed to [write to?] Congressman.
[Our?] questionnaire. After long preamble says would not oppose amendment at either session. Interviewed. [illegible] should not be [brought?] up at special session. But [will?] vote in favor at anytime. 1919 special session. Said letter + resolutions from Confederate Veterans changed his mind on Federal Amendment. Voted Aye on
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[Our?] questionnaire. After long preamble says would not oppose amendment at either session. Interviewed. [illegible] should not be [brought?] up at special session. But [will?] vote in favor at anytime. 1919 special session. Said letter + resolutions from Confederate Veterans changed his mind on Federal Amendment. Voted Aye on [illegible].

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House. Norfolk City. 1918 [sp sads?] 1919 1920 Cherry John W. #47 [a picture of John W. Cherry, with "John W. Cherry" written underneath] 1918. Favorable to Suffrage. Reported to be labor candidate. Opposed to [illegible] Bill. Agreed to [write to?] Congressman. [Our?] questionnaire. After long preamble says would not oppose amendment at either session. Interviewed. [illegible] should not be [brought?] up at special session. But [will?] vote in favor at anytime. 1919 special session. Said letter + resolutions from Confederate Veterans changed his mind on Federal Amendment. Voted Aye on [illegible].