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February 6 - 1918. A meeting of the board was held at the home of Mrs. Meredith. The attendance was small but plans for a mass meeting were discussed Miss Greiner organizer for the Woman's Party was reported doing active work in Norfolk and Newport News with Mrs. Adams who is chairman for that district. Fifteen delegates to the Va. State Legislature are reported to have signed the petition in favor of the Federal Suffrage Amendment to be sent to Senators Marin + Swanson and to the President. Miss Grimer reports that she has secured ten new members for the state at Norfolk and Newport News A letter from Alice Paul to Mrs. Meredith stated that Dudley Field Malone could not yet say when he could come to Richmond. Marion T. Read Sec.
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February 6 - 1918.  
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A meeting of the board was held at the home of Mrs. [Sophie G.] Meredith. The attendance was small but plans for a mass meeting were discussed  
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Miss Greiner organizer for the Woman's Party was reported doing active work in Norfolk and Newport News with Mrs. [Pauline Forstall Colclough] Adams who is chairman for that district.  
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Fifteen delegates to the Va. State Legislature are reported to have signed the petition in favor of the Federal Suffrage Amendment to be sent to Senators Martin
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& Swanson and to the President.  
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Miss Greiner reports that she has secured ten new members for the state at Norfolk and Newport News  
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A letter from Alice Paul to Mrs. Meredith stated that Dudley Field Malone could not yet say when he could come to Richmond.  
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Marion T. Read Sec.

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107 February 6 - 1918. A meeting of the board was held at the home of Mrs. [Sophie G.] Meredith. The attendance was small but plans for a mass meeting were discussed Miss Greiner organizer for the Woman's Party was reported doing active work in Norfolk and Newport News with Mrs. [Pauline Forstall Colclough] Adams who is chairman for that district. Fifteen delegates to the Va. State Legislature are reported to have signed the petition in favor of the Federal Suffrage Amendment to be sent to Senators Martin & Swanson and to the President. Miss Greiner reports that she has secured ten new members for the state at Norfolk and Newport News A letter from Alice Paul to Mrs. Meredith stated that Dudley Field Malone could not yet say when he could come to Richmond. Marion T. Read Sec.