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THOMAS S. MARTIN, CHAIRMAN. United States Senate, COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS, WASHINGTON, D.C. February 12, 1918. Mrs. Marion T. Read, Highland Springs, Virginia. My dear Mrs. Read: I am in receipt of your letter of the 11th instant and am glad to have you call to my attention your interest in measures coming before Congress. When the proposed woman suffrage amendment comes up in the Senate you may be assured it will have my most earnest consideration. Thanking you for letting me have the benefit of your views, I am, Very sincerely yours, Thomas S. Martin
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[letterhead:]THOMAS S. MARTIN, CHAIRMAN. United States Senate, COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS, WASHINGTON, D.C.  
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February 12, 1918.  
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Mrs. Marion T. Read, Highland Springs, Virginia.  
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My dear Mrs. Read: I am in receipt of your letter of the 11th instant and am glad to have you call to my attention your interest in measures coming before Congress. When the proposed woman suffrage amendment comes up in the Senate you may be assured it will have my most earnest consideration. Thanking you for letting me have the benefit of your views, I am, Very sincerely yours, Thomas S. Martin

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[letterhead:]THOMAS S. MARTIN, CHAIRMAN. United States Senate, COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS, WASHINGTON, D.C. February 12, 1918. Mrs. Marion T. Read, Highland Springs, Virginia. My dear Mrs. Read: I am in receipt of your letter of the 11th instant and am glad to have you call to my attention your interest in measures coming before Congress. When the proposed woman suffrage amendment comes up in the Senate you may be assured it will have my most earnest consideration. Thanking you for letting me have the benefit of your views, I am, Very sincerely yours, Thomas S. Martin